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January 2001, Volume 71, Number 1

Diagenesis of Upper Jurassic Concretions from the Antarctic Peninsula

     Roberto A. Scasso and Wolfgang Kiessling
     Table A1.doc
     Tables A2-3.xls
     Table A4.xls
     Table A5.xls

p. 88-100

Sandstone Petrology and Geochemistry of the Turpan Basin (NW China): Implications for the Tectonic Evolution of a Continental Basin
     Lei Shao, Karl Stattegger, and Carl-Dieter Garbe-Schoenberg

p. 37-49
May 2001, Volume 71, Number 3
Sedimentary Carbon, Sulfur, and Iron Relationships in Modern and Ancient Diagenetic Environments of the Eel River Basin (U.S.A.)
     C.K. Sommerfield, R.C. Aller, and C.A. Nittrouer

p. 335-345
September 2001, Volume 71, Number 5
Lithologic and Pedogenic Influences on Porosity Distribution and Groundwater Flow in Fractured Sedimentary Saprolite: A New Application of Environmental Sedimentology
     Steven G. Driese, Larry D. McKay, and Clint P. Penfield
     Appendix 1.xls

p. 843-857
The Origin of Clay Minerals in Soils of King George Island, South Shetland Islands, West Antarctica, and Its Implications for the Clay-Mineral Compositions of Marine Sediments

     G.Y. Jeong and H.I. Yoon
     Table 1.xls
     Table 2.xls
     Table 3.xls
     Table 4.xls
     Table 5.xls
p. 833-842


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