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Geology June 2017, Vol.45, 771-774. doi:10.1130/G39159.1
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    COVER: In 2003, a spring flood of the Þverá (Thvera) River in Iceland exposed hundreds of birch trees, whose presence had been known since the 1990s. The so-called Drumbabót forest, 35 km west of Katla, is Iceland’s best-preserved prehistoric forest. The subfossil forest had been buried during a jökulhlaup associated with an explosive eruption from Katla’s caldera that evidently occurred before the first permanent human settlements were established. See “Multi-proxy dating of Iceland’s major pre-settlement Katla eruption to 822–823 CE” by Büntgen et al., p. 783–786.

    Photo by: Hrafn Óskarsson

    Cover design by: Heather L. Sutphin

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