Janok P. Bhattacharya
Janok P. Bhattacharya
School of Geography and Earth Sciences, McMaster University
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Towards the standardization of sequence stratigraphy
O Catuneanu, V Abreu, JP Bhattacharya, MD Blum, RW Dalrymple, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 92 (1-2), 1-33, 2009
JP Bhattacharya
Geotext 6, 233-264, 2010
Wave‐influenced deltas: Geomorphological implications for facies reconstruction
JP Bhattacharya, L Giosan
Sedimentology 50 (1), 187-210, 2003
Terminal distributary channels and delta front architecture of river-dominated delta systems
C Olariu, JP Bhattacharya
Journal of sedimentary research 76 (2), 212-233, 2006
Hyperpycnal rivers and prodeltaic shelves in the Cretaceous seaway of North America
JP Bhattacharya, JA MacEachern
Journal of Sedimentary Research 79 (4), 184-209, 2009
Ichnology of deltas: organism responses to the dynamic interplay of rivers, waves, storms, and tides
JA Maceachern, KL Bann, JP Bhattacharya, CD Howell Jr
Special Publications of SEPM, 2005
Lowstand deltas in the Frontier Formation, Powder River Basin, Wyoming: implications for sequence stratigraphic models
JP Bhattacharya, BJ Willis
AAPG bulletin 85 (2), 261-294, 2001
River-and wave-dominated depositional systems of the Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation, northwestern Alberta
J Bhattacharya, RG Walker
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 39 (2), 165-191, 1991
Architecture of a tide-influenced river delta in the Frontier Formation of central Wyoming, USA
BJ Willis, JP Bhattacharya, SL Gabel, CD White
Sedimentology 46 (4), 667-688, 1999
Allostratigraphic subdivision of the Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan, Shaftesbury, and Kaskapau formations in the northwestern Alberta subsurface
J Bhattacharya, RG Walker
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology 39 (2), 145-164, 1991
Basic building blocks and process variability of a Cretaceous delta: internal facies architecture reveals a more dynamic interaction of river, wave, and tidal processes than is …
MR Gani, JP Bhattacharya
Journal of Sedimentary Research 77 (4), 284-302, 2007
River delta morphodynamics: examples from the Danube delta
L Giosan, JP Donnelly, E Vespremeanu, JP Bhattacharya, C Olariu, ...
Special Publications of SEPM, 2005
Searching for modern Ferron analogs and application to subsurface interpretation
JP Bhattacharya, RS Tye, TC Chidsey, RD Adams, TH Morris
Regional to wellbore analog for fluvial-deltaic reservoir modeling: The …, 2004
No change in fluvial style across a sequence boundary, Cretaceous Blackhawk and Castlegate Formations of central Utah, USA
MM Adams, JP Bhattacharya
Journal of Sedimentary Research 75 (6), 1038-1051, 2005
The expression and interpretation of marine flooding surfaces and erosional surfaces in core; examples from the Upper Cretaceous Dunvegan Formation, Alberta foreland basin, Canada
JP Bhattacharya
Sequence stratigraphy and facies associations, 125-160, 1993
Cretaceous Colorado/Alberta group of the Western Canada sedimentary basin
DA Leckie, JP Bhattacharya, J Bloch, CF Gilboy, B Norris, G Plint
Geological atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Edited by G …, 1994
Seismic geomorphology and high-resolution seismic stratigraphy of inner-shelf fluvial, estuarine, deltaic, and marine sequences, Gulf of ThailandSeismic Geomorphology and …
HM Reijenstein, HW Posamentier, JP Bhattacharya
AAPG bulletin 95 (11), 1959-1990, 2011
Creating virtual 3-D outcrop
X Xu, CLV Aiken, JP Bhattacharya, RM Corbeanu, KC Nielsen, ...
The Leading Edge 19 (2), 197-202, 2000
Reappraisal of the sequence boundary in time and space: case and considerations for an SU (subaerial unconformity) that is not a sediment bypass surface, a time barrier, or an …
JM Holbrook, JP Bhattacharya
Earth-Science Reviews 113 (3-4), 271-302, 2012
Estimation of source area, river paleo-discharge, paleoslope, and sediment budgets of linked deep-time depositional systems and implications for hydrocarbon potential
JP Bhattacharya, P Copeland, TF Lawton, J Holbrook
Earth-Science Reviews 153, 77-110, 2016
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