Marijn van Cappelle & Onyenau God'Spower spent one week in Colorado & Utah doing fieldwork on the sedimentology and origin of some shallow marine sandstone bodies, which are seemingly isolated within offshore mudstones.
The BRG will send a fond farewell to Susie Maidment this September as she begins her lectureship at Brighton University!
Magee, C., O'Driscoll, B., Petronis, M.S., Stevenson, C.T.E. (2016). Three-dimensional magma flow dynamics within subvolcanic sheet intrusions. Geosphere, doi:10.1130/GES01270.1
Magee, C., Muirhead, J.D., Karvelas, A., Holford, S.P., Jackson, C.A-L., Bastow, I.D., Schofield, N., Stevenson, C.T.E., McLean, C., McCarthy, W., Shtukert, O. (2016) Lateral magma flow in mafic sill complexes Geosphere, doi:10.1130/GES01256.1 (OPEN ACCESS)
Van Cappelle, M., Stukins, S., Hampson, G.J. & Johnson, H.J. (2016). Fluvial to tidal transition in proximal, mixed tide-influenced and wave-influenced deltaic deposits: Cretaceous lower Sego Sandstone, Utah, USA. Sedimentology. doi: 10.1111/sed.12267
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