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  • Andrews, J.T., Jennings, A.E., Coleman, G.C., Eberl, D.D., 2010. Holocene variations in mineral and grain-size composition along the East Greenland glaciated margin (ca 67°–70°N): Local versus long-distance sediment transport, Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 29 (19–20): 2619-2632 Link
  • Boulilaa, S., Galbrun, B., Huret, L., Hinnovd, L.A., Rouget, I., Gardin, S., Bartolini, A., 2014. Astronomical calibration of the Toarcian Stage: Implications for sequence stratigraphy and duration of the early Toarcian OAE, Quaternary Science Reviews, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 386 (2014) 98–111 Link
  • Dessai, D.V.G, Nayak, G.N., Basavaiah, N., 2009. Grain size, geochemistry, magnetic susceptibility: Proxies in identifying sources and factors controlling distribution of metals in a tropical estuary, India, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Vol. 85 (2): 307-318 Link
  • Feseker, T., Brown, K.R., Blanchet, C., Scholz, F., Nuzzo, M., Reitz, A., Schmidt, M., Hensen, C., 2010. Active mud volcanoes on the upper slope of the western Nile deep-sea fan—first results from the P362/2 cruise of R/V Poseidon, Geo-Marine Letters, Vol. 30 (3-4): 169-186 Link
  • Forwick, M., Vorren, T.O., Hald, M., Korsun, S., Roh, Y., Vogt, C., Yoo, K.C., 2011. Spatial and temporal influence of glaciers and rivers on the sedimentary environment in Sassenfjorden and Tempelfjorden, Spitsbergen, in Fjord Systems and Archives, Eds Howe, J.A., Austin, W.E.N, Forwick, M., Paetzel, M., Special Publication 344 of Geological Society Special Publication pp163-193 Link
  • G. Suresh, G., Ramasamy, V., Meenakshisundaram, V., Venkatachalapathy, R., Ponnusamy, V., 2011. A relationship between the natural radioactivity and mineralogical composition of the Ponnaiyar river sediments, India, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Vol 102 (4): 370–377 Link
  • Guzmán, G., Barrón, V., Gómez, J.A., 2010. Evaluation of magnetic iron oxides as sediment tracers in water erosion experiments, CATENA, Vol. 82 (2): 126-133 Link
  • Hatfield, R. G., Maher, B. A., 2009. Fingerprinting upland sediment sources: particle size-specific magnetic linkages between soils, lake sediments and suspended sediments, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Vol. 34: 1359–1373 Link
  • Hatfield, R.G., Cioppa, M.T., Trenhaile, A.S., 2010. Sediment sorting and beach erosion along a coastal foreland: Magnetic measurements in Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, Canada, Sedimentary Geology, Vol. 231 (3–4): 63-73 Link
  • Heitmuller, F.T., Hudson, P.F., 2009. Downstream trends in sediment size and composition of channel-bed, bar, and bank deposits related to hydrologic and lithologic controls in the Llano River watershed, central Texas, USA, Geomorphology, Vol. 112 (3–4): 246-260 Link
  • Holmkvist, L., Ferdelman, T.G., Jørgensen, B.B., 2011. A cryptic sulfur cycle driven by iron in the methane zone of marine sediment (Aarhus Bay, Denmark), Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Vol. 75 (12): 3581-3599 Link
  • Holmkvist, L., Kamyshny Jr., A., Vogt, C., Vamvakopoulos, K., Ferdelman, T.G., Jørgensen, B.B., 2011. Sulfate reduction below the sulfate–methane transition in Black Sea sediments, Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, Vol. 58 (5): 493-504 Link
  • Horng, C.-S., Huh, C.-A., 2011. Magnetic properties as tracers for source-to-sink dispersal of sediments: A case study in the Taiwan Strait, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 309 (1–2): 141–152 Link
  • Jessen, S.J., Rasmussen, T.L., Nielsen, T., Solheim, A., 2010. A new Late Weichselian and Holocene marine chronology for the western Svalbard slope 30,000–0 cal years BP, Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 29 (9–10):1301–1312 Link
  • Kanamatsu, T., Ohno, M., Acton, G., Evans, H., Guyodo, Y., 2009. Rock magnetic properties of the Gardar Drift sedimentary sequence, Site IODP U1314, North Atlantic: Implications for bottom current change through the mid-Pleistocene, Marine Geology, Vol. 265 (1–2): 31–39 Link
  • Magiera, T., Jankowski, M., Świtoniak, M., Rachwał, M., 2011. Study of forest soils on an area of magnetic and geochemical anomaly in north-eastern Poland, Geoderma, Vol. 160 (3–4): 559-568 Link
  • Maher, B. A., Watkins, S. J., Brunskill, G., Alexander, J., Fielding, C. R., 2009. Sediment provenance in a tropical fluvial and marine context by magnetic ‘fingerprinting’ of transportable sand fractions, Sedimentology, Vol. 56: 841–861 Link
  • Masson, D. G., Arzola, R. G., Wynn, R. B., Hunt, J. E., Weaver, P. P. E., 2011. Seismic triggering of landslides and turbidity currents offshore Portugal, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Vol. 12: Q12011 Link
  • Mohamed, K.J., Rey, D., Rubio, B., Dekkers, M.J., Roberts, A.P., Vilas, F., 2011. Onshore–offshore gradient in reductive early diagenesis in coastal marine sediments of the Ria de Vigo, Northwest Iberian Peninsula, Continental Shelf Research, Vol. 31 (5): 433-44 Link
  • Mohamed, K.J., Rey, D., Rubio, B., Dekkers, M.J., Roberts, A.P., Vilas, F., 2011. Onshore–offshore gradient in reductive early diagenesis in coastal marine sediments of the Ria de Vigo, Northwest Iberian Peninsula, Continental Shelf Research, Vol. 31 (5): 433-447 Link
  • Parsons, A. J., Wainwright, J., Fukuwara, T. and Onda, Y., 2010. Using sediment travel distance to estimate medium-term erosion rates: a 16-year record. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35: 1694–1700 Link
  • Pérez-Cruz, L., Urrutia-Fucugauchi, J., 2010. Holocene laminated sediments from the southern Gulf of California: geochemical, mineral magnetic and microfossil study. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 25: 989–1000 Link
  • Saarse, L., Heinsalu, A., Veski, S., 2009. Litorina Sea sediments of ancient Vääna Lagoon, northwestern Estonia, Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 58 (1): 85.93 Link
  • Saarse, L., Vassiljev, J., Rosentau, A., 2009. Ancylus Lake and Litorina Sea transition on the Island of Saaremaa, Estonia: a pilot study. Baltica, Vol. 22 (1), 51-62
  • Schwab, M.J., Werner, P., Dulski, P., McGee, E., Nowaczyk, N.R., Bertrand, S., Leroy, S.A.G., 2009. Palaeolimnology of Lake Sapanca and identification of historic earthquake signals, Northern Anatolian Fault Zone (Turkey), Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 28 (11–12): 991-1005 Link
  • Stanford, J.D., Rohling, E.J., Bacon, S., Roberts, A.P., Grousset, F.E., Bolshaw, M., 2011. A new concept for the paleoceanographic evolution of Heinrich event 1 in the North Atlantic, Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 30 (9–10): 1047-1066 Link
  • Tankersley, K.B., Balantyne, M.R., 2010. X-ray powder diffraction analysis of Late Holocene reservoir sediments, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 37 (1): 133-138 Link
  • van der Land, C., Mienis, F., de Haas, H., Frank, N., Swennen, R., van Weering, T.C.E. , 2010. Diagenetic processes in carbonate mound sediments at the south-west Rockall Trough margin. Sedimentology, 57: 912–931 Link
  • Wang, H., Xu, L., Sun, X., Lu, M., Du, X., Huo, Y., Snowball, I., 2011. Comparing mineral magnetic properties of sediments in two reservoirs in “strongly” and “mildly” eroded regions on the Guizhou Plateau, southwest China: A tool for inferring differences in sediment sources and soil erosion, Geomorphology, Vol. 130 (3–4): 255-271 Link
  • Wang, Y., Dong, H., Li, G., Zhang, W., Oguchi, T., Bao, M., Jiang, H., Bishop, M.E., 2010. Magnetic properties of muddy sediments on the northeastern continental shelves of China: Implication for provenance and transportation, Marine Geology, Vol. 274 (1–4): 107-119 Link