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Geology August 17, 2017, Vol.45, 963-966. doi:10.1130/G39189.1
Geology October 02, 2017, Vol.45, 967-970. doi:10.1130/G39367.1
Geology August 17, 2017, Vol.45, 971-974. doi:10.1130/G39344.1
Geology October 02, 2017, Vol.45, 975-978. doi:10.1130/G39402.1
Geology August 17, 2017, Vol.45, 979-982. doi:10.1130/G39295.1
Geology August 23, 2017, Vol.45, 983-986. doi:10.1130/G38645.1
Geology August 23, 2017, Vol.45, 987-990. doi:10.1130/G39281.1
Geology August 23, 2017, Vol.45, 991-994. doi:10.1130/G39370.1
Geology August 23, 2017, Vol.45, 995-998. doi:10.1130/G39291.1
Geology October 02, 2017, Vol.45, 999-1002. doi:10.1130/G39048.1
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Geology November 01, 2017, Vol.45, e431. doi:10.1130/G39575C.1
Geology November 01, 2017, Vol.45, e432. doi:10.1130/G39684Y.1
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    COVER: Glacial polish reflects sunlight at Pothole Dome, Yosemite National Park, California, USA. The granitic bedrock here was polished by glacier sliding during the Last Glacial Maximum. In “The coating layer of glacial polish” (p. 991–994), Siman-Tov et al. propose that rather than simply the result of material removal, glacial polish forms by the accretion of a thin coating layer on top of glacially abraded surfaces.

    Photo by: Shalev Siman-Tov

    Cover design by: Heather L. Sutphin

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