Mercury isotopic composition of igneous rocks from an accretionary orogen: Implications for lithospheric recycling
Protogenetic clinopyroxene inclusions in diamond and Nd diffusion modeling—Implications for diamond dating
Evidence for a lithospheric step and pervasive lithospheric thinning beneath southern New England, northeastern USA
Eruptive tempo of Emeishan large igneous province, southwestern China and northern Vietnam: Relations to biotic crises and paleoclimate changes around the Guadalupian-Lopingian boundary
COVER: Fossil surface with the earliest-known mayfly swarm from the Lower Jurassic of China (Shiti Formation in southern China). These mayflies were buried on the bottom of a calm lake after post-mating death. This represents the earliest-known resource pulse of insects, which can play a substantial role in nutrient transport from aquatic ecosystems to surrounding terrestrial ecosystems. See ‘Mayflies as resource pulses in Jurassic lacustrine ecosystems’ by Zhang et al., p. 1043–1047. The specimen is 12.96 × 7.01 cm.
Image by: Bo Wang
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