Climate amelioration during the Last Glacial Maximum recorded by a sensitive mountain glacier in New Zealand
Strontium isotope systematics for plagioclase of the Skaergaard intrusion (East Greenland): A window to crustal assimilation, differentiation, and magma dynamics
Textural and compositional evidence for the formation of pentlandite via peritectic reaction: Implications for the distribution of highly siderophile elements
A benthic flux from calcareous sediments results in non-conservative neodymium behavior during lateral transport: A study from the Tasman Sea
Seismic imaging of mid-crustal structure beneath central and eastern North America: Possibly the elusive Grenville deformation?
Evaporite deposition in the mid-Neoproterozoic as a driver for changes in seawater chemistry and the biogeochemical cycle of sulfur
COVER: Pleistocene glaciers sculpted the granite of Yosemite National Park (California, USA), leaving behind huge swaths of glacial polish like the one shown here in the upper Merced River watershed. See “Composition and formation age of amorphous silica coating glacially polished surfaces” by Blackburn et al., p. 347–350.
Photo by: Greg M. Stock
Cover design by: Eric Christensen
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