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Volume 84, no. 2, February 2014
 
Provenance of the Cretaceous Athabasca Oil Sands Canada: implications for continental-scale sediment transport
C. Benyon et al.
Volume 84, no. 4, April 2014
 
Rheological complexity in sediment gravity flows forced to decelerate against a confining slope
M. Patacci, P.D.W. Haughton, and W.D. McCaffrey
 
Volume 84, no. 5, May 2014
 
Late Cretaceous fluvial-megafan and axial-river systems in the southern Cordilleran foreland basin: Drip Tank Member of the Straight Cliffs Formation and adjacent strata, southern utah, U.S.A.
T.F. Lawton, W.L. Schellenbach, and A.E. Nugent
 
Multiple dolomitization episodes in deep-water limestones of the Triassic Lagonegro basin (southern Italy): from early reflux to tectonically drive fluid flow
T. Gabellone, A. Iannace, and M. Gasparini
 
Volume 84, no. 7, July 2014
 
Cenomanian to Campanian carbon isotope chemostratigraphy from the Western Interior Basin, U.S.A.
Young Ji Joo and Bradley B. Sageman
 
Volume 84, no. 8, August 2014
 
Grain-size components as markers of origin and depositional processes in the coastal zone of the Golfe du Lion (Mediterranean Sea, France)
J. Paul Barusseau and Raphael Braud
Appedix 1
Volume 84, no. 10, October 2014
 
Paleoslope reconstruction in sandy suspended-load-dominant rivers
Ranie M. Lynds, David Mohrig, Elizabeth A. Hajek, and Paul L. Heller
Supplement 1
Supplement 2