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K. M. Costa, McManus, J. F., Boulahanis, B., Carbotte, S. M., Winckler, G., Huybers, P. J., and Langmuir, C. H., Sedimentation, stratigraphy and physical properties of sediment on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, Marine Geology, vol. 380, pp. 163 - 173, 2016.
C. S. Li, Jiang, B., Li, A., Li, T., and Jiang, F. Q., Sedimentation rates and provenance analysis in the Southwestern Okinawa Trough since the mid-Holocene, Chinese Science Bulletin, vol. 54, no. 7, pp. 1234-1242, 2009.
G. R. Brooks, Larson, R. A., Schwing, P. T., Romero, I., Moore, C., Reichart, G. - J., Jilbert, T., Chanton, J. P., Hastings, D. W., Overholt, W. A., Marks, K. P., Kostka, J. E., Holmes, C. W., and Hollander, D., Sedimentation Pulse in the NE Gulf of Mexico following the 2010 DWH Blowout, PLOS ONE, vol. 10, no. 7, p. e0132341, 2015.
M. Eisele, Frank, N., Wienberg, C., Titschack, J., Mienis, F., Beuck, L., Tisnerat-Laborde, N., and Hebbeln, D., Sedimentation patterns on a cold-water coral mound off Mauritania, Biology and Geology of Deep-Sea Coral Ecosystems: Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Deep Sea Corals, vol. 99, pp. 307-315, 2014.
M. Kim, Hwang, J., Lee, S. H., Kim, H. J., Kim, D., Yang, E. J., and Lee, S. H., Sedimentation of particulate organic carbon on the Amundsen Shelf, Antarctica, Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 123, pp. 135 - 144, 2016.
E. L. Leithold, Perkey, D. W., Blair, N. E., and Creamer, T. N., Sedimentation and carbon burial on the northern California continental shelf: the signatures of land-use change, Continental Shelf Research, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 349-371, 2005.
T. Allen McCloskey and Liu, K. -biu, A sedimentary-based history of hurricane strikes on the southern Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, Quaternary Research, vol. 78, no. 3, pp. 454-464, 2012.
J. Kuhlmann, Asioli, A., Trincardi, F., Klügel, A., and Huhn, K., Sedimentary response to Milankovitch-type climatic oscillations and formation of sediment undulations: evidence from a shallow-shelf setting at Gela Basin on the Sicilian continental margin, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 108, pp. 76-94, 2015.
B. L. Boyd, Anderson, J. B., Wellner, J. S., and ández, R. A., The sedimentary record of glacial retreat, Marinelli Fjord, Patagonia: Regional correlations and climate ties, Marine Geology, vol. 255, no. 3-4, pp. 165 - 178, 2008.
J. I. Hedges, Hu, F. S., Devol, A. H., Hartnett, H. E., Tsamakis, E., and Keil, R. G., Sedimentary organic matter preservation: A test for selective degradation under oxic conditions, American Journal of Science, vol. 299, no. 7-9, pp. 529-555, 1999.
A. C. Maloof, Kopp, R. E., Grotzinger, J. P., Fike, D. A., Bosak, T., Vali, H., Poussart, P. M., Weiss, B. P., and Kirschvink, J. L., Sedimentary iron cycling and the origin and preservation of magnetization in platform carbonate muds, Andros Island, Bahamas, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 259, no. 3-4, pp. 581-598, 2007.
J. P. Liu, Li, A. C., Xu, K. H., Veiozzi, D. M., Yang, Z. S., Milliman, J. D., and DeMaster, D., Sedimentary features of the Yangtze River-derived along-shelf clinoform deposit in the East China Sea, Continental Shelf Research, vol. 26, no. 17-18, pp. 2141-2156, 2006.
T. Sapota, Aldahan, A., and Al-Aasm, I. S., Sedimentary facies and climate control on formation of vivianite and siderite microconcretions in sediments of Lake Baikal, Siberia, Journal of Paleolimnology, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 245-257, 2006.
B. L. Valero-Garces, Sedimentary facies analyses as paleohydrological proxies for saline alkes, Central Ebro Basin, Spain. Fourth workshop of the European Lake Drilling Programme, Terra Nostra, vol. 99/10, pp. 101-106, 1999.
J. P. Donnelly, Roll, S., Wengren, M., Butler, J., Lederer, R., and Webb, T., Sedimentary evidence of intense hurricane strikes from New Jersey, Geology, vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 615-618, 2001.
E. Scileppi and Donnelly, J. P., Sedimentary evidence of hurricane strikes in western Long Island, New York, Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, vol. 8, 2007.
L. A. Derry, Kaufman, A. J., and Jacobsen, S. B., Sedimentary Cycling and Environmental-Change in the Late Proterozoic - Evidence from Stable and Radiogenic Isotopes, Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 56, no. 3, pp. 1317-1329, 1992.
C. K. Sommerfield, Nittrouer, C. A., and DeMaster, D. J., Sedimentary carbon-isotope systematics on the Amazon shelf, Geo-Marine Letters, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 17-23, 1996.
M. Taviani, Angeletti, L., Cagatay, M. N., Gasperini, L., Polonia, A., and Wesselingh, F. P., Sedimentary and faunal signatures of the post-glacial marine drowning of the Pontocaspian Gemlik “lake” (Sea of Marmara), Quaternary International, vol. 345, pp. 11-17, 2014.
L. D. Keigwin and Pilskaln, C. H., Sediment flux and recent paleoclimate in JordanBasin, Gulf of Maine, Continental Shelf Research, vol. 96, pp. 45-55, 2015.
C. V. Maio, Donnelly, J. P., Sullivan, R., Madsen, S. M., Weidman, C. R., Gontz, A. M., and Sheremet, V. A., Sediment dynamics and hydrographic conditions during storm passage, Waquoit Bay, Massachusetts, Marine Geology, vol. 381, pp. 67 - 86, 2016.
D. J. Stanley and Galili, E., Sediment dispersal along northern Israel coast during the early Holocene: Geological and archaeological evidence, Marine Geology, vol. 130, no. 1-2, pp. 11-17, 1996.
C. Subt, Fangman, K. A., Wellner, J. S., and Rosenheim, B. E., Sediment chronology in Antarctic deglacial sediments: Reconciling organic carbon 14 C ages to carbonate 14 C ages using Ramped PyrOx, The Holocene, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 265 - 273, 2016.
M. Frignani, Giglio, F., Accornero, A., Langone, L., and Ravaioli, M., Sediment characteristics at selected sites of the Ross Sea continental shelf: does the sedimentary record reflect water column fluxes?, Antarctic Science, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 133-139, 2003.
W. E. Dean, Zheng, Y., Ortiz, J. D., and van Geen, A., Sediment Cd and Mo accumulation in the oxygen-minimum zone off western Baja California linked to global climate over the past 52 kyr, Paleoceanography, vol. 21, no. 4, 2006.