2020 - GSA Distinguished Service Award, The Geological Society of America
Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Linguistics and Tone (literature) are commonly linked in her work. As part of her studies on Tone (literature), she often connects relevant areas like Linguistics. Much of her study explores Speech recognition relationship to Syllable. Syllable connects with themes related to Speech recognition in her study. Her study ties her expertise on Sentence together with the subject of Natural language processing. Her research on Sentence often connects related topics like Natural language processing. Her study in Annotation extends to Artificial intelligence with its themes. Her Annotation study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Artificial intelligence. She integrates Stress (linguistics) with Phonology in her research.
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Diagenetic Hematite and Manganese Oxides and Fault-Related Fluid Flow in Jurassic Sandstones, Southeastern Utah
Marjorie A. Chan;W. T. Parry;J. R. Bowman.
AAPG Bulletin (2000)
Fluvial-aeolian interactions: Part II, ancient systems
R. P. Langford;M. A. Chan.
A possible terrestrial analogue for haematite concretions on Mars
Marjorie A. Chan;Brenda Beitler;W. T. Parry;Jens Ormö.
Bleaching of Jurassic Navajo Sandstone on Colorado Plateau Laramide highs: Evidence of exhumed hydrocarbon supergiants?
Brenda Beitler;Marjorie A. Chan;William T. Parry.
Fingerprints of Fluid Flow: Chemical Diagenetic History of the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, Southern Utah, U.S.A.
Brenda Beitler;W.T. Parry;Marjorie A. Chan.
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2005)
Facies Architecture and Sequence Stratigraphy of Fine-Grained Lacustrine Deltas Along the Eastern Margin of Late Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, Northern Utah and Southern Idaho
David R. Lemons;Marjorie A. Chan.
AAPG Bulletin (1999)
New evidence for an extended occupation of the Provo shoreline and implications for regional climate change, Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, Utah, USA
Holly S. Godsey;Donald R. Currey;Marjorie A. Chan.
Quaternary Research (2005)
Late Proterozoic and Paleozoic Tides, Retreat of the Moon, and Rotation of the Earth
C. P. Sonett;E. P. Kvale;A. Zakharian;Marjorie A. Chan.
Shelf and Deep-Sea Sedimentation in Eocene Forearc Basin, Western Oregon--Fan or Non-Fan?
M. A. Chan;R. H. Dott.
AAPG Bulletin (1983)
Chemical bleaching indicates episodes of fluid flow in deformation bands in sandstone
William T. Parry;Marjorie A. Chan;Brenda Beitler.
AAPG Bulletin (2004)
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