John J.G. Reijmer
John J.G. Reijmer
Saudi Aramco Chair Professor of Geology, College of Petroleum Engineering & Geosciences, KFUPM
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Highstand shedding of carbonate platforms
W Schlager, JJG Reijmer, A Droxler
Journal of Sedimentary Research 64 (3b), 270-281, 1994
4111994
Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving
JCA Joordens, F d’Errico, FP Wesselingh, S Munro, J de Vos, J Wallinga, ...
Nature 518 (7538), 228-231, 2015
2352015
Microspar development during early marine burial diagenesis: a comparison of Pliocene carbonates from the Bahamas with Silurian limestones from Gotland (Sweden)
A Munnecke, H Westphal, JJG Reijmer, C Samtleben
Sedimentology 44 (6), 977-990, 1997
1341997
Sedimentary patterns and geometries of the Bahamian outer carbonate ramp (Miocene–Lower Pliocene, Great Bahama Bank)
C Betzler, JJG Reijmer, K Bernet, GP Eberli, FS Anselmetti
Sedimentology 46 (6), 1127-1143, 1999
1151999
Postglacial flooding history of Mayotte lagoon (Comoro archipelago, southwest Indian Ocean)
J Zinke, JJG Reijmer, BA Thomassin, WC Dullo, PM Grootes, ...
Marine Geology 194 (3-4), 181-196, 2003
862003
Drowning of a Lower Jurassic carbonate platform: Jbel Bou Dahar, High Atlas, Morocco
DPG Blomeier, JJG Reijmer
Facies 41 (1), 81, 1999
861999
Monsoon-induced partial carbonate platform drowning (Maldives, Indian Ocean)
C Betzler, C Hübscher, S Lindhorst, JJG Reijmer, M Römer, AW Droxler, ...
Geology 37 (10), 867-870, 2009
832009
15. Site 632: Pliocene-Pleistocene sedimentation cycles in a Bahamian basin
JJG Reymer, W Schlager, AW Droxler
Proceedings of the ocean drilling program: Bahamas: Covering Leg 101, 626-636, 1988
811988
A re-evaluation of facies on Great Bahama Bank I: new facies maps of western Great Bahama Bank
JJG Reijmer, PK Swart, T Bauch, R Otto, L Reuning, S Roth, S Zechel
Perspectives in Carbonate Geology: A Tribute to the Career of Robert Nathan …, 2009
782009
Sea‐level and ocean‐current control on carbonate‐platform growth, Maldives, Indian Ocean
C Betzler, J Fürstenau, T Lüdmann, C Hübscher, S Lindhorst, A Paul, ...
Basin Research 25 (2), 172-196, 2013
732013
A reevaluation of facies on Great Bahama Bank II: Variations in the δ13C, δ18O and mineralogy of surface sediments
PK Swart, JJG Reijmer, R Otto
Int. Assoc. Sedimentol. Spec. Publ 41, 47-59, 2009
722009
Calciturbidite composition related to exposure and flooding of a carbonate platform (Triassic, Eastern Alps)
JJG Reijmer, W Ten Kate, A Sprenger, W Schlager
Sedimentology 38 (6), 1059-1074, 1991
711991
The abrupt onset of the modern South Asian Monsoon winds
C Betzler, GP Eberli, D Kroon, JD Wright, PK Swart, BN Nath, ...
Scientific reports 6, 29838, 2016
702016
Mapping bathymetry and depositional facies on Great Bahama Bank
PM Harris, SJ Purkis, J Ellis, PK Swart, JJG Reijmer
Sedimentology 62 (2), 566-589, 2015
672015
Lowstand carbonates, highstand sandstones?
TC Brachert, MH Forst, JJ Pais, P Legoinha, JJG Reijmer
Sedimentary Geology 155 (1-2), 1-12, 2003
672003
Holocene millennial to centennial carbonate cyclicity recorded in slope sediments of the Great Bahama Bank and its climatic implications
S Roth, JJG Reijmer
Sedimentology 52 (1), 161-181, 2005
652005
Carbonate platform facies reflected in carbonate basin facies (Triassic, Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria)
JJG Reijmer, JSL Everaars
Facies 25 (1), 253-277, 1991
631991
New insights into the morphology and sedimentary processes along the western slope of Great Bahama Bank
T Mulder, E Ducassou, GP Eberli, V Hanquiez, E Gonthier, P Kindler, ...
Geology 40 (7), 603-606, 2012
602012
Acoustic properties in travertines and their relation to porosity and pore types
J Soete, LM Kleipool, H Claes, S Claes, H Hamaekers, S Kele, M Özkul, ...
Marine and Petroleum Geology 59, 320-335, 2015
582015
Factors controlling Holocene reef growth: an interdisciplinary approach
WC Dullo, M Gektidis, S Golubic, GA Heiss, H Kampmann, W Kiene, ...
Facies 32 (1), 145-188, 1995
561995
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