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Best Journal Paper Award (2004 - present)

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JP - Journal of Paleontology (JP was co-published with the Paleontological Society until 1984)
JSP - Journal of Sedimentary Petrology
JSR - Journal of Sedimentary Research (formerly JSP)
PAL - PALAIOS

  Iss Year Author(s) Title of Paper
JSR 75:3 2005 Noel P. James
Yvonne Bone
T. Kurtis Kyser
Where Has All the Aragonite Gone? Mineralogy of Holocene Neritic Cool-Water Carbonates, Southern Australia
PAL 20:1 2005 Jean Vannier
Junyuan Chen
Early Cambrian Food Chain: New Evidence from Fossil Aggregates in the Maotianshan Shale Biota, SW China
JSR 74:6 2004 Anita É. Csoma
Robert H. Goldstein
Andrea Mindszenty
Lucia Simone
Diagenetic Salinity Cycles and Sea Level Along a Major Uncomformity, Monte Composauro, Italy
PAL 19:1 2004 Thomas D. Olszewski

Modeling the Influence of Taphonomic Destruction, Reworking, and Burial on Time-Averaging in Fossil Accumulations

JSR 75:3 2005

Noel P. James
Yvonne Bone
T. Kurtis Kyser

Where Has All the Aragonite Gone? Mineralogy of Holocene Neritic Cool-Water Carbonates, southern Australia
PAL 20:1 2005 Jean Vannier
Junyuan Chen
Early Cambrian Food Chain: New Evidence from Fossil Aggregates in the Maotianshan Shale Biota, SW China
JSR 76:2 2006 S. Tyrell
P.D.W. Haughton
J.S. Daly
T.S. Kokfelt
D. Gagnevin
The Use of Common Pb Isotope Composition of Detrital K-Feldspar Grains as a Provenance Tool and Its Application to Upper Carboniferous Paleodrainage, northern England
PAL 21:4 2006 Adam Tomasovych Brachiopod and bivalve ecology in the Late Triassic (Alps, Austria): Onshore-offshore replacements caused by variations in sediment and nutrient supply
JSR 77:5 2007

Kathleen C. Benison
Brenda B. Bowen
Francisca E. Oboh-Ikuenobe
Elliot A. Jagniecki
Deidre A. LaClair
Stacy L. Story
Melanie R. Mormile
Bo-Young Hong

Sedimentology of Acid Saline Lakes in Southern Western Australia: Newly Described Processes and Products on an Extreme Environment
PAL 22:1 2007 John-Paul Zonneveld
Tyler W. Beatty
S. George Pemberton
Lingulide brachiopods and the trace fossil Lingulichnus from the Triassic of western Canada: Implications for faunal recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction