Multichronometer thermochronologic modeling of migrating spreading ridge subduction in southern Patagonia: REPLY
Millennial-scale climate changes manifest Milankovitch combination tones and Hallstatt solar cycles in the Devonian greenhouse world: REPLY
Multichronometer thermochronologic modeling of migrating spreading ridge subduction in southern Patagonia: COMMENT
Modeling petroleum expulsion in sedimentary basins: The importance of igneous intrusion timing and basement composition
Tubey or not tubey: Death beds of Ediacaran macrofossils or microbially induced sedimentary structures?
Izanagi-Pacific ridge subduction revealed by a 56 to 46 Ma magmatic gap along the northeast Asian margin
Linking the progressive expansion of reducing conditions to a stepwise mass extinction event in the late Silurian oceans
Multiple sulfur isotopes reveal a possible non-crustal source of sulfur for the Bushveld Province, southern Africa
Rapid response of New England (USA) rivers to shifting boundary conditions: Processes, time frames, and pathways to post-flood channel equilibrium
COVER: A series of sill intrusions in Mussentuchit Canyon, Utah (USA). The sills were emplaced at ca. 5 Ma within Middle Jurassic rocks aged ca. 165 Ma, providing a good example of the “overthickening” of overburden above petroleum source rocks by igneous intrusions, as described by Gardiner et al. in “Modeling petroleum expulsion in sedimentary basins: The importance of igneous intrusion timing and basement composition”, p. 904–908.
Photo by: Nick Schofield
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