Shock-produced high-pressure (La, Ce, Th)PO4 polymorph revealed by microstructural phase heritage of monazite
A limited role for metasomatized subarc mantle in the generation of boron isotope signatures of arc volcanic rocks
Stratigraphic aliasing and the transient nature of deep-water depositional sequences: Revisiting the Mississippi Fan
Multichronometer thermochronologic modeling of migrating spreading ridge subduction in southern Patagonia
Global importance of oxic molybdenum sinks prior to 2.6 Ga revealed by the Mo isotope composition of Precambrian carbonates
Widespread tephra dispersal and ignimbrite emplacement from a subglacial volcano (Torfajökull, Iceland)
COVER: Scanning electron photomicrograph of dolomite matrix between two moldic pores. Sample collected from the Upper Glen Rose Formation, central Texas, USA. See “Evaluating reflux dolomitization using a novel high-resolution record of dolomite stoichiometry: A case study from the Cretaceous of central Texas, USA” by Manche and Kaczmarek, p. 586–590.
Photo by: Cameron J. Manche, Carbonate Petrology Characterization Laboratory, Geological and Environmental Sciences Department, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.
Cover design by: Eric Christensen
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