Environmental signal propagation, preservation, and identification in sediment routing systems
Landscapes and sedimentary records host important information about the evolutionary history of the Earth and other planetary bodies. The successful extraction of such information from the preserved record requires a comprehensive understanding of the encoding, propagation, and preservation of the environmental signals. However, due to the lack of a coherent framework for understanding the operations of sediment routing systems, there is no consensus on what types of environmental perturbations may be preserved and reconstructed from the landscapes and sedimentary records. This study aims to ...
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