Journal of Sedimentary Research

(The TQCC of Journal of Sedimentary Research is 6. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The Phycosiphon Ichnofacies and the Rosselia Ichnofacies: Two new ichnofacies for marine deltaic environments46
Depositional and diagenetic processes in the pre-salt rift section of a Santos Basin area, SE Brazil27
TB or not TB: banding in turbidite sandstones25
A global study of dolomite stoichiometry and cation ordering through the Phanerozoic24
Ediacaran life close to land: Coastal and shoreface habitats of the Ediacaran macrobiota, the Central Flinders Ranges, South Australia24
The stratigraphic evolution of a submarine channel: linking seafloor dynamics to depositional products24
Sole marks reveal deep-marine depositional process and environment: Implications for flow transformation and hybrid-event-bed models22
Paleoenvironmental insights from the deposition and diagenesis of Aptian pre-salt magnesium silicates from the Lula Field, Santos Basin, Brazil19
Experimental study of chlorite authigenesis and influence on porosity maintenance in sandstones19
Fringe or background: Characterizing deep-water mudstones beyond the basin-floor fan sandstone pinchout17
Interactions between deep-water gravity flows and active salt tectonics17
Deformation–sedimentation feedback and the development of anomalously thick aggradational turbidite lobes: Outcrop and subsurface examples from the Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand16
Calcic Vertisols in the upper Daptocephalus Assemblage Zone, Balfour Formation, Karoo Basin, South Africa: Implications for Late Permian Climate14
Petrography and provenance of beach sands from volcanic oceanic islands: Cabo Verde, Atlantic Ocean14
Multi-episodic recrystallization and isotopic resetting of early-diagenetic dolomites in near-surface settings12
Provenance of Cenozoic Indus Fan Sediments (IODP Sites U1456 and U1457)12
A case for the growth of ancient ooids within the sediment pile12
How distinctive are flood-triggered turbidity currents?11
Syndepositional tectonics and mass-transport deposits control channelized, bathymetrically complex deep-water systems (Aínsa depocenter, Spain)11
The Congo deep-sea fan: Mineralogical, REE, and Nd-isotope variability in quartzose passive-margin sand11
Controls on dolomitization in extensional basins: An example from the Derbyshire Platform, U.K.11
Lateral variability of shelf-edge and basin-floor deposits, Santos Basin, offshore Brazil11
Depositional environments and salt-thickness variations in Urmia Lake (NW Iran): Insight from sediment-core studies11
The Stratigraphy Machine10
Role of microbial mats and high sedimentation rates in the early burial and preservation of footprints in a siliciclastic tidal flat10
Grain size and transport biases in an Ediacaran detrital zircon record10
Stacked megafans of the Kalahari Basin as archives of paleogeography, river capture, and Cenozoic paleoclimate of southwestern Africa9
Contrasting facies patterns between river-dominated and symmetrical wave-dominated delta deposits9
Lithology and reservoir properties of the Delaware Mountain Group of the Delaware Basin and implications for saltwater disposal and induced seismicity9
Late Paleozoic Ice-Age rhythmites in the southernmost Paraná Basin: A sedimentological and paleoenvironmental analysis9
Testing hypotheses on signatures of precipitation variability in the river and floodplain deposits of the Paleogene San Juan Basin, New Mexico, U.S.A.8
Barform deposits of the Carolyn Shoemaker formation, Gale crater, Mars8
Laterally accreting sinuous channels and their deposits: The Goldilocks of deep-water slope systems8
Microstructure and mineral composition of Holocene stromatolites from Lagoa Vermelha, a hypersaline lagoon in Brazil: Insights into laminae genesis8
Recurrence of turbidity currents on glaciated continental margins: A conceptual model from eastern Canada8
Interpreting the nature of the Aulet and Adons diapirs from sedimentologic and stratigraphic analysis of flanking minibasin strata, Spanish Pyrenees, Catalunya, Spain8
Stratal characteristic and depositional origin of two-part (Mud-poor overlain by mud-rich) and associated deep-water strata: Components in a lateral depositional continuum related to particle settling7
Unfathomable: The shifting sand of wave base7
Late Cretaceous sediment provenance in the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain (U.S.A.) based on detrital-zircon U-Pb ages and Th/U values7
Evolution of calcite microcrystal morphology during experimental dissolution7
Quantitative analysis of crevasse-splay systems from modern fluvial settings7
Fluvial architecture and paleoenvironmental evolution of the Los Colorados Formation (Norian): Postrift stage of the Ischigualasto–Villa Unión Basin, NW Argentina7
Tidal estuarine deposits of the transgressive Naturita Formation (Dakota Sandstone): San Rafael Swell, Utah, U.S.A.7
Fine-grained distal deposits of a mixed siliciclastic–carbonate marine system: Origin of mud and implications on mixing processes7
Lithological dependence of aragonite preservation in monospecific gastropod deposits of the Miocene Mainz Basin: Implications for the (dia-)genesis of limestone–marl alternations7
A tale of three fluids: Fluid-inclusion and carbonate clumped-isotope paleothermometry reveals complex dolomitization and dedolomitization history of the Latemar platform7
How submarine channels (re)shape continental margins7
Linking marine core lithofacies and mineral and grain-size compositions on the Baffin Island margin: changes in provenance and transport7
Architecture of a river-dominated, wave- and tide-influenced, pre-vegetation braid delta: Cambrian middle member of the Wood Canyon Formation, southern Marble Mountains, California, U.S.A.7
Repeated degradation and progradation of a submarine slope over geological timescales7
Using the modern Colorado delta to reconstruct the compound clinoforms of the Pliocene Colorado delta6
Flow substrate interactions in aggrading and degrading submarine channels6
Coastal switching of dominant depositional processes driven by decreasing rates of Holocene sea-level rise along the macrotidal coast of Gochang, SW Korea6
Systematic organization of thin-bedded turbidites in ancient deep-marine levees: Possible evidence of rhythmic pulsing in turbidity currents6
Submarine topographic control on distribution of supercritical-flow deposits in lobe and related environments, middle Eocene, Jaca Basin, Spanish Pyrenees6
Hydrodynamic influences on sedimentology and geomorphology of nearshore parts of carbonate ramps: Holocene, NE Yucatán Shelf, Mexico6
Warm acidified seawater: a dolomite solution6
A lithofacies analysis of a South Polar glaciation in the Early Permian: Pagoda Formation, Shackleton Glacier region, Antarctica6
Paleohydraulic analysis of an ancient distributive fluvial system6
Pore-water chemistry: A proxy for tracking the signature of ongoing silica diagenesis6
An eolian dust origin for clastic fines of Devono-Mississippian mudrocks of the greater North American midcontinent6
Refinement of the stratigraphic framework for the Regional C depositional unit of the McMurray Formation and implications for the early transgression of the Alberta Foreland Basin, Canada6
Paleocene (65–63 and 58.5 ma) marine flooding and 62–60 ma sediment bypass in southern Wyoming, U.S.A.: Implications for Laramide sediment flux to the Gulf of Mexico6
Petrology of Bengal Fan turbidites (IODP Expeditions 353 and 354): provenance versus diagenetic control6
Laterally accreted deposits in low efficiency turbidites associated with a structurally-induced topography (Oligocene Molare Group, Tertiary Piedmont Basin, NW Italy)6
A quantitative depositional model of a large distributive fluvial system (Megafan) with terminal aeolian interaction: The Upper Jurassic Guará DFS in southwestern Gondwana6
Paralic sedimentology of the Mussentuchit Member coastal plain, Cedar Mountain Formation, central Utah, U.S.A.6