Tag Archives: sedimentology

SS21 #11 Hayes and Wallace (2019) Exploring records of Saharan dust transport and hurricanes in the western North Atlantic over the Holocene

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0277379118307339 Salutation: This helped me develop a conceptual dynamic setting for the impact that local/regional volcanic eruptions—particularly the ash plumes—may have on tropical cyclones (TC) and TC precipitation. What was awesome? It had excellent figures and documentation, it was helpful, … Continue reading

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SS #36 Ayoub et al. (2014) Threshold for sand mobility on Mars calibrated from seasonal variations of sand flux

https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms6096.pdf?origin=ppub Salutation: This is the first paper I read combining aeolian and planetary geology. What was awesome? It was helpful! From: Kashauna Mason, Texas A&M

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SS #24 Downstream changes in river avulsion style are related to channel morphology

Salutation: Great work giving me insight into spatial variations in channel avulsion style as related to morphology. Potentially helpful for better understanding avulsion record and future hazard. What was awesome? I was surprising! From: Anonymous

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