Tubey or not tubey: Death beds of Ediacaran macrofossils or microbially induced sedimentary structures?: REPLY
Tubey or not tubey: Death beds of Ediacaran macrofossils or microbially induced sedimentary structures?: COMMENT
Calcium isotope evidence for environmental variability before and across the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction
Reef-flat and back-reef development in the Great Barrier Reef caused by rapid sea-level fall during the Last Glacial Maximum (30–17 ka)
A 1.25 Ga depositional age for the “Paleoproterozoic” Mapedi red beds, Kalahari manganese field, South Africa: New constraints on the timing of oxidative weathering and hematite mineraliz...
Focused fluid seepage related to variations in accretionary wedge structure, Hikurangi margin, New Zealand
Mechanism for enhanced eolian dust flux recorded in North Pacific Ocean sediments since 4.0 Ma: Aridity or humidity at dust source areas in the Asian interior?
Evolution of the melt source during protracted crustal anatexis: An example from the Bhutan Himalaya
COVER: An apatite grain from the Paasselkä impact structure, Finland, developed striking recrystallization textures in response to hypervelocity impact; shown to be associated with changes in the mineral’s chemical composition. The grain is ~0.1 mm long. See “Recrystallization and chemical changes in apatite in response to hypervelocity impact” by Kenny et al., p. 19–23.
Photo by: Gavin Kenny
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