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Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e488. doi:10.1130/G46475C.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e486. doi:10.1130/G46838Y.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e484. doi:10.1130/G46788Y.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e487. doi:10.1130/G46452C.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e489-e490. doi:10.1130/G46732Y.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e485. doi:10.1130/G46761C.1
Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, e483. doi:10.1130/G46629C.1

Articles

Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 899-903. doi:10.1130/G46469.1
Geology August 12, 2019, Vol.47, 904-908. doi:10.1130/G46578.1
Geology August 12, 2019, Vol.47, 909-913. doi:10.1130/G46473.1
Geology August 12, 2019, Vol.47, 914-918. doi:10.1130/G46274.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 919-922. doi:10.1130/G46460.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 923-927. doi:10.1130/G46239.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 928-932. doi:10.1130/G46353.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 933-937. doi:10.1130/G46491.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 938-942. doi:10.1130/G46254.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 943-947. doi:10.1130/G46420.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 948-952. doi:10.1130/G46660.1
Geology August 20, 2019, Vol.47, 953-957. doi:10.1130/G46778.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 958-962. doi:10.1130/G46442.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 963-967. doi:10.1130/G46507.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 968-972. doi:10.1130/G46571.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 973-976. doi:10.1130/G46517.1
Geology September 06, 2019, Vol.47, 977-981. doi:10.1130/G46152.1
Geology September 06, 2019, Vol.47, 982-986. doi:10.1130/G46282.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 987-991. doi:10.1130/G46412.1
Geology September 06, 2019, Vol.47, 992-996. doi:10.1130/G46422.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 997-1000. doi:10.1130/G46702.1
Geology August 30, 2019, Vol.47, 1001-1005. doi:10.1130/G46855.1

RESEARCH FOCUS

Geology October 01, 2019, Vol.47, 1006-1007. doi:10.1130/focus102019.1
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    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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