A window into development of a complex ice-marginal lake prior to the Late Glacial Maximum (LGM) in Austria
Modern ocean island basalt–like 182W signature in Paleoarchean mafic rocks: Implications for the generation, preservation, and destruction of early mantle heterogeneities
Fluvial response to Late Pleistocene–Holocene climate change in the Colorado River drainage, central Texas, USA
Effects on global warming by microbial methanogenesis in alkaline lakes during the Late Paleozoic Ice Age (LPIA)
Magma mingling and ascent in the minutes to hours before an explosive eruption as recorded by banded pumice
COVER: Megabarchans with smaller superimposed crescentic dunes in the Rub ‘al Khali desert of Saudi Arabia. The megabarchans are >100 m tall and have an average spacing of ~2 kilometers. See “Dune interactions record changes in boundary conditions” by M. Colin Marvin et al., p. 952-956.
Photo by: ESRI.
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