Role of volatiles in intrusion emplacement and sulfide deposition in the supergiant Norilsk-Talnakh Ni-Cu-PGE ore deposits
Offshore-onshore record of Last Glacial Maximum–to–present grounding line retreat at Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica
Boiling-induced extreme Cu isotope fractionation in sulfide minerals forming by active hydrothermal diffusers at the Aegean Kolumbo volcano: Evidence from in situ isotope analysis
COVER: Field photography showing the Paleogene syntectonic strata in the Qaidam Basin, northern Tibetan Plateau. Viewing looking south from the canyon at Hongsanhan Structure, showing that the Paleogene strata consist of thick-bedded siltstone and claystone intercalated with sandstone and conglomerate. In response to the ca. 60 Ma India-Asia collision and post-collisional convergence, the Paleogene sequence that is >1000 km away from the collisional zone underwent substantial tilting, dipping to the south. Drone image. See “Linking source and sink: The timing of deposition of Paleogene syntectonic strata in Central Asia” by F. Cheng et al., p. 1083–1088.
Photo by: Feng Cheng.
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