Leaves in marine turbidites illuminate the depositional setting of the Pliocene Bowden shell beds, Jamaica
An ancient estuarine-circulation nutrient trap: The Late Pennsylvanian Midcontinent Sea of North America
A new high-resolution chronology for the late Maastrichtian warming event: Establishing robust temporal links with the onset of Deccan volcanism
Generation of amorphous carbon and crystallographic texture during low-temperature subseismic slip in calcite fault gouge
Discovery of a meteoritic ejecta layer containing unmelted impactor fragments at the base of Paleocene lavas, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Forces within continental and oceanic rifts: Numerical modeling elucidates the impact of asthenospheric flow on surface stress
Evidence from Paleosols for low to moderate elevation of the India-Asia suture zone during mid-Cenozoic time: COMMENT
Evidence from Paleosols for low to moderate elevation of the India-Asia suture zone during mid-Cenozoic time: REPLY
COVER: A hydrothermal vent boils at 325 °C in the Niua South volcano, in the Tonga volcanic arc, South Pacific Ocean. In addition to the metal sulfides typically comprising the “black smoke,” this system also contains gold colloids that form upon boiling. See “Boiling-induced formation of colloidal gold in black smoker hydrothermal fluids” by Gartman et al., p. 39–42 in the January 2018 issue of Geology.
Photo by: Virtual Vents science party using ROV ROPOS, operated by Canadian Scientific Submersible Facility on board the R/V Falkor (Schmidt Ocean Institute).
Cover design by: Heather L. Sutphin
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