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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
     Index
     Table A1
     Tables A2-3
     Table A4
     Table A5

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
     Index.html
     Turpan Geochemical Data
     Turpan Pertrologic Data

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
     Summary of Geochemical Data
                  

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
                  

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
     Table 2
     Table 3
     Table 4
     Table 5
    
p. 833-842

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