Integrating zircon trace-element geochemistry and high-precision U-Pb zircon geochronology to resolve the timing and petrogenesis of the late Ediacaran–Cambrian Wichita igneous province, ...
Initiation and evolution of knickpoints and their role in cut-and-fill processes in active submarine channels
The nanogeochemistry of abiotic carbonaceous matter in serpentinites from the Yap Trench, western Pacific Ocean
Geochronology of volcanically associated hydrocarbon charge in the pre-salt carbonates of the Namibe Basin, Angola
Copper- and cobalt-rich, ultrapotassic bittern brines responsible for the formation of the Nkana-Mindola deposits, Zambian Copperbelt
Latitudinal variability in the Quaternary development of the Eurasian ice sheets—Evidence from the marine domain
COVER: The Bentiaba Basanite (Angola) formed during a Late Cretaceous (post-rift) regional igneous pulse. Lava flows at the top of the cliffs are fed by northwest-southeast–trending dikes (seen in foreground), which mirror earlier syn-rift fault trends. Post-rift igneous activity is thought to have heavily influenced petroleum prospectivity in the highly prolific central South Atlantic “pre-salt”. See Rochelle-Bates et al., “Geochronology of volcanically associated hydrocarbon charge in the pre-salt carbonates of the Namibe Basin, Angola”, p. 335–340.
Photo by: Ian Sharp
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