Steven Kuehl
Steven Kuehl
VIMS, William and Mary, University of South Carolina
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The significance of large sediment supply, active tectonism, and eustasy on margin sequence development: Late Quaternary stratigraphy and evolution of the Ganges–Brahmaputra delta
SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl
Sedimentary Geology 133 (3-4), 227-248, 2000
Enormous Ganges-Brahmaputra sediment discharge during strengthened early Holocene monsoon
SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl
Geology 28 (12), 1083-1086, 2000
Nature of sediment accumulation on the Amazon continental shelf
SA Kuehl, DJ DeMaster, CA Nittrouer
Continental Shelf Research 6 (1-2), 209-225, 1986
Stratigraphic evolution of the late Holocene Ganges–Brahmaputra lower delta plain
MA Allison, SR Khan, SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl
Sedimentary Geology 155 (3-4), 317-342, 2003
Holocene and modern sediment budgets for the Ganges-Brahmaputra river system: Evidence for highstand dispersal to flood-plain, shelf, and deep-sea depocenters
SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl
Geology 27 (6), 559-562, 1999
Floodplain processes in the Bengal Basin and the storage of Ganges–Brahmaputra river sediment: an accretion study using 137Cs and 210Pb geochronology
SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl
Sedimentary Geology 121 (3-4), 239-258, 1998
The deltaic nature of Amazon shelf sedimentation
CA Nittrouer, SA Kuehl, DJ DeMaster, RO Kowsmann
Geological Society of America Bulletin 97 (4), 444-458, 1986
Subaqueous delta of the Ganges-Brahmaputra river system
SA Kuehl, BM Levy, WS Moore, MA Allison
Marine Geology 144 (1-3), 81-96, 1997
Controls on facies distribution and stratigraphic preservation in the Ganges–Brahmaputra delta sequence
SL Goodbred Jr, SA Kuehl, MS Steckler, MH Sarker
Sedimentary Geology 155 (3-4), 301-316, 2003
Shelf sedimentation off the Ganges-Brahmaputra river system: Evidence for sediment bypassing to the Bengal fan
SA Kuehl, TM Hariu, WS Moore
Geology 17 (12), 1132-1135, 1989
The ganges-brahmaputra delta
SA Kuehl, MA Allison, SL Goodbred, H Kudrass
An introduction to the geological significance of sediment transport and accumulation on the Amazon continental shelf
CA Nittrouer, SA Kuehl, RW Sternberg, AG Figueiredo Jr, LEC Faria
Marine Geology 125 (3-4), 177-192, 1995
Sediment export from the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea: evidence for a divergent sediment plume
GC Kineke, KJ Woolfe, SA Kuehl, JD Milliman, TM Dellapenna, ...
Continental Shelf Research 20 (16), 2239-2266, 2000
Importance of flood-plain sedimentation for river sediment budgets and terrigenous input to the oceans: Insights from the Brahmaputra-Jamuna River
MA Allison, SA Kuehl, TC Martin, A Hassan
Geology 26 (2), 175-178, 1998
Sediment deposition and accretion in a mid-Atlantic (USA) tidal freshwater marsh
SC Neubauer, IC Anderson, JA Constantine, SA Kuehl
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 54 (4), 713-727, 2002
Mineralogy of the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers: implications for river switching and Late Quaternary climate change
DC Heroy, SA Kuehl, SL Goodbred Jr
Sedimentary Geology 155 (3-4), 343-359, 2003
Sediment deposition, accumulation, and seabed dynamics in an energetic fine-grained coastal environment
SA Kuehl, CA Nittrouer, MA Allison, LEC Faria, DA Dukat, JM Jaeger, ...
Continental Shelf Research 16 (5-6), 787-815, 1996
The geological record preserved by Amazon shelf sedimentation
CA Nittrouer, SA Kuehl, AG Figueiredo, MA Allison, CK Sommerfield, ...
Continental Shelf Research 16 (5-6), 817-841, 1996
Distribution of sedimentary structures in the Amazon subaqueous delta
SA Kuehl, CA Nittrouer, DJ DeMaster
Continental Shelf Research 6 (1-2), 311-336, 1986
Non-steady-state 210Pb flux and the use of 228Ra/226Ra as a geochronometer on the Amazon continental shelf
DA Dukat, SA Kuehl
Marine Geology 125 (3-4), 329-350, 1995
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