Berita Sedimentologi

BERITA SEDIMENTOLOGI is a scientific journal published by Indonesian Sedimentologists Forum (Forum Sedimentologiwan Indonesia or FOSI) in association with Indonesian Association of Geologists (Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia or IAGI). Berita Sedimentologi was first published in February 1996, initially in Indonesian language and then in English since 1997. The journal is peer-reviewed by internationally-recognized specialists, including those in the universities, research institutions and industry. Frequency of publication is 3 times a year, usually in April, August and December.

 

Focus & Scope

BERITA SEDIMENTOLOGI aims to disseminate knowledge on the field of sedimentary geology to its readers. The journal welcomes contributions in the form of original research articles, review articles, short communications and discussions and replies. Occasionally, Berita Sedimentologi also includes field trip reports and book reviews, which are published only after going through peer-review processes. The main geographical areas of interest are Indonesia and SE Asia, however contribution from the rest of the world is also welcome.

Berita Sedimentologi covers broad topics within sedimentary geology, particularly on depositional processes and their records in the rocks, petrology, sedimentology and stratigraphy of both siliciclastic and carbonate rocks; sequence stratigraphy, paleontology, biostratigraphy and sedimentary geochemistry. The journal also accepts articles on interdisciplinary research in sedimentary basin analysis, including large-scale basin geodynamics processes, mechanism of sedimentary basin formation, earth surface processes, sediment routing systems, petroleum geoscience and applied sedimentary geology analysis for mining and engineering geology.


Vol 47, No 2 (2021)


Berita Sedimentologi Vol. 47 No. 2 2021

Berita Sedimentologi Vol. 47 No. 2.

Cover image: Fine-coarse-grained turbidite sandstones, mixed with volcanoclastic fragments, Mid-Late Miocene Cinambo Fm. Location: Cilutung River, Buniasih, Majalengka (photo by courtesy of Erlangga Septama).