(The TQCC of Sedimentology is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
An integrated process‐based model of flutes and tool marks in deep‐water environments: Implications for palaeohydraulics, the Bouma sequence and hybrid event beds44
Mixed siliciclastic–carbonate sedimentation in an evolving epicontinental sea: Aptian record of marginal marine settings in the interior basins of north‐eastern Brazil43
Tempestite facies variability and storm‐depositional processes across a wide ramp: Towards a polygenetic model for hummocky cross‐stratification41
Marine carbonate factories: Review and update39
Quartz types in the Upper Pennsylvanian organic‐rich Cline Shale (Wolfcamp D), Midland Basin, Texas: Implications for silica diagenesis, porosity evolution and rock mechanical properties39
Evaluating new fault‐controlled hydrothermal dolomitization models: Insights from the Cambrian Dolomite, Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin36
Tsunami deposits: Present knowledge and future challenges35
Contourite characterization and its discrimination from other deep‐water deposits in the Gulf of Cadiz contourite depositional system34
Formation, diagenesis and palaeoenvironmental significance of upper Ediacaran fibrous dolomite cements32
Response of large benthic foraminifera to climate and local changes: Implications for future carbonate production31
Geochemical fingerprints of dolomitization in Bahamian carbonates: Evidence from sulphur, calcium, magnesium and clumped isotopes31
The mantle, CO2 and the giant Aptian chemogenic lacustrine carbonate factory of the South Atlantic: Some carbonates are made, not born30
Diagnostic criteria using microfacies for calcareous contourites, turbidites and pelagites in the Eocene–Miocene slope succession, southern Cyprus30
Bedforms and sedimentary structures related to supercritical flows in glacigenic settings29
Mixed sand–mud bedforms produced by transient turbulent flows in the fringe of submarine fans: Indicators of flow transformation29
Characterization of the Rapanui mass‐transport deposit and the basal shear zone: Mount Messenger Formation, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand28
Ocean acidification and photic‐zone anoxia at the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event: Insights from the Adriatic Carbonate Platform28
High‐resolution X‐ray fluorescence profiling of hybrid event beds: Implications for sediment gravity flow behaviour and deposit structure27
True substrates: The exceptional resolution and unexceptional preservation of deep time snapshots on bedding surfaces26
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 Australia25
The sedimentology of an ephemeral fluvial–aeolian succession24
Reservoir architecture and heterogeneity distribution in floodplain sandstones: Key features in outcrop, core and wireline logs24
The role of hydrothermal fluids in sedimentation in saline alkaline lakes: Evidence from Nasikie Engida, Kenya Rift Valley24
Controls on Early Cretaceous desert sediment provenance in south‐west Gondwana, Botucatu Formation (Brazil and Uruguay)23
Froude supercritical flow processes and sedimentary structures: New insights from experiments with a wide range of grain sizes22
The anatomy of exhumed river‐channel belts: Bedform to belt‐scale river kinematics of the Ruby Ranch Member, Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah, USA22
Reconstruction of bedform dynamics controlled by supercritical flow in the channel–lobe transition zone of a deep‐water delta (Sant Llorenç del Munt, north‐east Spain, Eocene)22
Facies and depositional model of alluvial fan dominated by episodic flood events in arid conditions: An example from the Quaternary Poplar Fan, north‐western China22
Sedimentology of the Upper Pennsylvanian organic‐rich Cline Shale, Midland Basin: From gravity flows to pelagic suspension fallout21
Distribution of contourite drifts on convergent margins: Examples from the Hikurangi subduction margin of New Zealand21
Late Holocene to Recent aragonite‐cemented transgressive lag deposits in the Abu Dhabi lagoon and intertidal sabkha21
Late Palaeozoic red beds elucidate fluvial architectures preserving large woody debris in the seasonal tropics of central Pangaea20
Microplastics as a sedimentary component in reef systems: A case study from the Java Sea20
Intensifying aeolian activity following the end‐Permian mass extinction: Evidence from the Late Permian–Early Triassic terrestrial sedimentary record of the Ordos Basin, North China20
Early and pervasive dolomitization by near‐normal marine fluids: New lessons from an Eocene evaporative setting in Qatar20
Contourite depositional system after the exit of a strait: Case study from the late Miocene South Rifian Corridor, Morocco19
Reduce or recycle? Revealing source to sink links through integrated zircon–feldspar provenance fingerprinting19
Stratigraphic record in the transition from basin floor to continental slope sedimentation in the ancient passive‐margin Windermere turbidite system19
Bedforms on the submarine flanks of insular volcanoes: New insights gained from high resolution seafloor surveys19
Climatic signals in lacustrine deposits of the Upper Yacoraite Formation, Western Argentina: Evidence from clay minerals, analcime, dolomite and fibrous calcite18
Sedimentological and petrographic evolution of a fluvio‐lacustrine environment during the onset of volcanism: Volcanically‐induced forcing of sedimentation and environmental responses18
Syn‐rift mass flow generated ‘tectonofacies’ and ‘tectonosequences’ of the Kingston Peak Formation, Death Valley, California, and their bearing on supposed Neoproterozoic panglacial climates18
Turbidite stratigraphy in proglacial lakes: Deciphering trigger mechanisms using a statistical approach17
The influence of basin setting and turbidity current properties on the dimensions of submarine lobe elements17
Anatomy and facies distribution of terminal lobes in ephemeral fluvial successions: Jurassic Tordillo Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina16
Quantifying the three‐dimensional stratigraphic expression of cyclic steps by integrating seafloor and deep‐water outcrop observations15
Accommodation and sediment‐supply controls on clastic parasequences: A meta‐analysis15
Signature of modern glacial lake outburst floods in fjord sediments (Baker River, southern Chile)14
Origin of mud in turbidites and hybrid event beds: Insight from ponded mudstone caps of the Castagnola turbidite system (north‐west Italy)14
Properties of dust source material and volcanic ash in Iceland14
Biogeochemical reappraisal of the freshwater–seawater mixing‐zone diagenetic model14
Inferring time averaging and hiatus durations in the stratigraphic record of high‐frequency depositional sequences14
Calcite uranium–lead geochronology applied to hardground lithification and sequence boundary dating14
Hybrid event bed character and distribution in the context of ancient deep‐lacustrine fan models14
Carbonate slope re‐sedimentation in a tectonically‐active setting (Western Sicily Cretaceous Escarpment, Italy)14
Towards a new understanding of the genesis of chalk: Diagenetic origin of micarbs confirmed by clumped isotope analysis13
Quantitative evaluation of the roles of ocean chemistry and climate on ooid size across the Phanerozoic: Global versus local controls13
What controls the remobilization and deformation of surficial sediment by seismic shaking? Linking lacustrine slope stratigraphy to great earthquakes in South–Central Chile13
Anatomy of a mixed bioclastic–siliciclastic regressive tidal sand ridge: Facies‐based case study from the lower Pleistocene Siderno Strait, southern Italy13
Storm‐flood‐dominated delta: A new type of delta in stormy oceans13
Relative influence of antecedent topography and sea‐level rise on barrier‐island migration13
Recognizing the product of concave‐bank sedimentary processes in fluvial meander‐belt strata13
Palaeoecological, sedimentological and stratigraphical insights into microbially induced sedimentary structures of the lower Cambrian successions of Iran13
Sedimentology and stratigraphy of a modern halite sequence formed under Dead Sea level fall13
Multiple organic–inorganic interactions and influences on heterogeneous carbonate‐cementation patterns: Example from Silurian deeply buried sandstones, central Tarim Basin, north‐western China12
A giant lacustrine flood‐related turbidite system in the Triassic Ordos Basin, China: Sedimentary processes and depositional architecture12
Depositional age models in lacustrine systems from zircon and carbonate U‐Pb geochronology12
Evolution from syn‐rift carbonates to early post‐rift deep‐marine intraslope lobes: The role of rift basin physiography on sedimentation patterns12
Repetitive Late Pleistocene soft‐sediment deformation by seismicity‐induced liquefaction in north‐western Lithuania12
Extensive recrystallization of Cenozoic dolomite during shallow burial: A case study from the Palaeocene–Eocene Umm er Radhuma formation and a global meta‐analysis12
Mixed carbonate–siliciclastic tidal sedimentation in the Miocene to Pliocene Bouse Formation, palaeo‐Gulf of California12
The depositional signature of cyclic steps: A late Quaternary analogue compared to modern active delta slopes12
Relating seafloor geomorphology to subsurface architecture: How mass‐transport deposits and knickpoint‐zones build the stratigraphy of the deep‐water Hikurangi Channel12
The role of shelf morphology on storm‐bed variability and stratigraphic architecture, Lower Cretaceous, Svalbard12
Sedimentary facies, fossil distribution and depositional setting of the late Ediacaran Tamengo Formation (Brazil)12
Hybrid event beds generated by erosional bulking of modern hyperpycnal flows on the Choshui River delta front, Taiwan Strait11
Cenozoic coastal carbonate deposits of Qatar: Evidence for dolomite preservation bias in highly‐arid systems11
Sedimentological and palaeoenvironmental study from Waregi Hill in the Hiwegi Formation (early Miocene) on Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya11
Nucleation and stabilization of Eocene dolomite in evaporative lacustrine deposits from central Tibetan plateau11
The turnaround from transgression to regression of Holocene barrier systems in south‐eastern Australia: Geomorphology, geological framework and geochronology11
Reading tidal processes where their signature is cryptic: The Maastrichtian meandering channel deposits of the Tremp Formation (Southern Pyrenees, Spain)11
Exploring a new breadth of cyclic steps on distal submarine fans10
Reconstructing the morphologies and hydrodynamics of ancient rivers from source to sink: Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, Utah, USA10
Instant sedimentation in a deep Alpine lake (Iseo, Italy) controlled by climate, human and geodynamic forcing10
Controls on carbonate platform architecture and reef recovery across the Palaeozoic to Mesozoic transition: A high‐resolution analysis of the Great Bank of Guizhou10
Variable‐discharge‐river macroforms in the Sunnyside Delta Interval of the Eocene Green River Formation, Uinta Basin, USA10
Settling velocity and drag coefficient of platy shell fragments10
From Patagonia to Río de la Plata: Multistep long‐distance littoral transport of Andean volcaniclastic sand along the Argentine passive margin10
Knickpoints and crescentic bedform interactions in submarine channels10
The role of sediment gravity flows on the morphological development of a large submarine canyon (Taiwan Canyon), north‐east South China Sea10
Upper Cretaceous bottom current deposits, north‐east Greenland10
Micro‐scale chemical and physical patterns in an interface of hydrothermal dolomitization reveals the governing transport mechanisms in nature: Case of the Layens anticline, Pyrenees, France10
Biomineralization processes in modern calcareous tufa: Possible roles of viruses, vesicles and extracellular polymeric substances (Corvino Valley – Southern Italy)9
Geobiological model of ripple genesis and preservation in a heterolithic sedimentary sequence for a supratidal area9
Tidal dynamics in palaeo‐seas in response to changes in physiography, tidal forcing and bed shear stress9
Sedimentary anatomy and hydrological record of relic fluvial deposits in a karst cave conduit9
Fault‐controlled dolostone geometries in a transgressive–regressive sequence stratigraphic framework9
Monitoring the sedimentary budget and dislocated boulders in western Greece – results since 20089
The onset of the Messinian Salinity Crisis in the central Mediterranean recorded by pre‐salt carbonate/evaporite deposition9
A mixed turbidite – contourite system related to a major submarine canyon: The Marquês de Pombal Drift (south‐west Iberian margin)9
Sedimentary processes at the mouth of a tidally‐influenced delta: New insights from submarine observatory measurements, Fraser Delta, Canada9
Crystallization pathways in the Great Artesian Basin (Australia) spring mound carbonates: Implications for life signatures on Earth and beyond9
Porosity in chalk – roles of elastic strain and plastic strain9
Geomorphology of a modern carbonate slope system and associated sedimentary processes: Example of the giant Great Abaco Canyon, Bahamas9
Neogene marine sediments and biota encapsulated between lava flows on Santa Maria Island (Azores, north‐east Atlantic): An interplay between sedimentary, erosional and volcanic processes9
An integrative physical, mineralogical and ichnological approach to characterize underfilled lake‐basins9
Application of end‐member modelling to grain‐size data: Constraints and limitations9
On the origin and significance of composite particles in mudstones: Examples from the Cenomanian Dunvegan Formation9
Why did some larger benthic foraminifera become so large and flat?9
Three‐dimensional submerged wall jets and their transition to density flows: Morphodynamics and implications for the depositional record9
Stratigraphic hierarchy and three‐dimensional evolution of an exhumed submarine slope channel system9
Unusual intraclast conglomerates in a stormy, hot‐house lake: The Early Triassic North China Basin8
Mixed carbonate–siliciclastic sedimentation at the margin of a late Miocene tidal strait, lower Colorado River Valley, south‐western USA8
Abiotic and biotic processes controlling travertine deposition: Insights from eight hot springs in Japan8
Particle‐scale characterization of volcaniclastic dust sources within Iceland8
Lake level controls the recurrence of giant stromatolite facies8
Coeval deposition of transgressive and normal regressive stratal packages in a structurally controlled area of the Viking Formation, central Alberta, Canada8
Recognizing key sedimentary facies and their distribution in mixed turbidite–contourite depositional systems: The case of the Pacific margin of the Antarctic Peninsula8
Detrital zircon in an active sedimentary recycling system: Challenging the ‘source‐to‐sink’ approach to zircon‐based provenance analysis8
The Vaca Muerta transgression (Upper Jurassic), Neuquén Basin, Argentina: Insights into the evolution and timing of aeolian–marine transitions8
A coarse‐grained basin floor turbidite system – the Jurassic Los Molles Formation, Neuquen Basin, Argentina8
Formation, dispersion and accumulation of terra rossa on the Cayman Islands8
Sand and mud generation from continental flood basalts in contrasting landscapes and climatic conditions (Paraná–Etendeka conjugate igneous provinces, Uruguay and Namibia)8
Aragonite depositional facies in a Late Ordovician calcite sea, Eastern Laurentia8
Changes in hydrodynamic process dominance (wave, tide or river) in foreland sequences: The subalpine Miocene Molasse revisited (France)8
Giant sector‐collapse structures (scalloped margins) of the Yangtze Platform and Great Bank of Guizhou, China: Implications for genesis of collapsed carbonate platform margin systems8
Carbonate cementation in the Tithonian Jeanne d’Arc sandstone, Terra Nova Field, Newfoundland: Implications for reservoir quality evolution8
Timescale dependent sedimentary record during the past 130 kyr from a tropical mixed siliciclastic–carbonate shelf edge and slope: Ashmore Trough (southern Gulf of Papua)8
A discriminatory diagram of massive versus stratified deposits based on the sedimentation and bedload transportation rates. Experimental investigation and application to pyroclastic density currents8
River‐dominated and tide‐influenced shelf‐edge delta systems: Coarse‐grained deltas straddling the Early–Middle Jurassic shelf–slope break and transforming downslope, Lajas–Los Molles formations, Neuq8
Advective sorting of silt by currents: A laboratory study8
Controls on fluvial meander‐belt thickness and sand distribution: Insights from forward stratigraphic modelling8
Early Miocene carbonate ramp development in a warm ocean, North West Shelf, Australia8