Two new papers

Two new papers out this month - results of our long-term collaboration with 1) TU Delft and colleagues at Imperial College and University of Kentucky; 2) the Trias North project group based at the Norwegian universities of Oslo, Bergen, Svalbard and partners.

 

The first, Sahoo et al., in Geology, documents sandbody stacking patterns using integrated outcrop data (including large helicopter lidar data from the Wasatch Plateau) in comparison with Quaternary and modern systems.

https://doi.org/10.1130/G47236.1

 

The second, Anell et al. is in Basin Research. The paper uses, amongst others, photogrammetric 3D models of a large outcrop section on Edgeøya, Svalbard to study processes in amixed‐energy paralic system prograding onto a low accommodation shelf.

https://doi.org/10.1111/bre.12482

 

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