Sedimentology

Papers
(The H4-Index of Sedimentology is 24. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
An integrated process‐based model of flutes and tool marks in deep‐water environments: Implications for palaeohydraulics, the Bouma sequence and hybrid event beds46
Mixed siliciclastic–carbonate sedimentation in an evolving epicontinental sea: Aptian record of marginal marine settings in the interior basins of north‐eastern Brazil46
Evaluating new fault‐controlled hydrothermal dolomitization models: Insights from the Cambrian Dolomite, Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin43
Quartz types in the Upper Pennsylvanian organic‐rich Cline Shale (Wolfcamp D), Midland Basin, Texas: Implications for silica diagenesis, porosity evolution and rock mechanical properties40
Marine carbonate factories: Review and update40
Tsunami deposits: Present knowledge and future challenges36
Contourite characterization and its discrimination from other deep‐water deposits in the Gulf of Cadiz contourite depositional system34
Geochemical fingerprints of dolomitization in Bahamian carbonates: Evidence from sulphur, calcium, magnesium and clumped isotopes33
Response of large benthic foraminifera to climate and local changes: Implications for future carbonate production31
Diagnostic criteria using microfacies for calcareous contourites, turbidites and pelagites in the Eocene–Miocene slope succession, southern Cyprus31
Mixed sand–mud bedforms produced by transient turbulent flows in the fringe of submarine fans: Indicators of flow transformation30
Bedforms and sedimentary structures related to supercritical flows in glacigenic settings30
The mantle, CO2 and the giant Aptian chemogenic lacustrine carbonate factory of the South Atlantic: Some carbonates are made, not born30
Ocean acidification and photic‐zone anoxia at the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event: Insights from the Adriatic Carbonate Platform29
Characterization of the Rapanui mass‐transport deposit and the basal shear zone: Mount Messenger Formation, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand29
High‐resolution X‐ray fluorescence profiling of hybrid event beds: Implications for sediment gravity flow behaviour and deposit structure28
True substrates: The exceptional resolution and unexceptional preservation of deep time snapshots on bedding surfaces27
Sedimentology, stratigraphy and architecture of the Nicobar Fan (Bengal–Nicobar Fan System), Indian Ocean: Results from International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 36226
Sedimentology of the continental end‐Permian extinction event in the Sydney Basin, eastern Australia26
The role of hydrothermal fluids in sedimentation in saline alkaline lakes: Evidence from Nasikie Engida, Kenya Rift Valley25
Froude supercritical flow processes and sedimentary structures: New insights from experiments with a wide range of grain sizes24
The sedimentology of an ephemeral fluvial–aeolian succession24
Controls on Early Cretaceous desert sediment provenance in south‐west Gondwana, Botucatu Formation (Brazil and Uruguay)24
Reservoir architecture and heterogeneity distribution in floodplain sandstones: Key features in outcrop, core and wireline logs24
Early and pervasive dolomitization by near‐normal marine fluids: New lessons from an Eocene evaporative setting in Qatar24
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