Sept/Oct Cover Photo: Entrenched Meander – Colorado River. Horseshoe Bend is located just outside Page, northern Arizona. Here a meander of the Colorado River has incised up to 300 m into the Early Jurassic Navajo Sandstone. Tectonic uplift began in this region during the Late Cretaceous. The Navajo Sandstone was deposited as giant, aeolian sand dunes. Photo: Jon Noad

Issue Highlights

     - A Sedimentological, Ichnological, and Architectural Comparison of Estuarine and Fluvial Outcrops Using Uav-Based Outcrop Modelling in the Lower Cretaceous Mcmurray Formation
     - Evaluation of Elk Point Basin Evaporites for Solution Mining and Basin Modelling
     - Imaging Technology Breakthroughs Make the Analysis of Fine-Grain Rocks More Routine; With Examples From the Oilsands
     - Uncertainty in Geomechanics and Induced Seismicity
     - Technical Evaluation of the Carbon/Oxygen logs Run in Blocks V and VI of the Lamar Field in the Maracaibo Lake Basin, Venezuela

     - CSPG Rock Analysis Workshop

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