Shale mobility: From salt-like shale flow to fluid mobilization in gravity-driven deformation, the late Albian–Turonian White Pointer Delta (Ceduna Subbasin, Great Bight, Australia)
Quantitative record of the Neoarchean water cycle from a 2.67 Ga magmatic-hydrothermal system, Fennoscandian Shield
Fibrous calcite veins record stepwise, asymmetric opening and episodic hydrocarbon expulsion from organic-rich shales
Paleozoic vegetation increased fine sediment in fluvial and tidal channels: Evidence from secular changes to the mudrock content of ancient point bars
COVER: Living amphilepidid brittle stars, the ancestors of which roamed the deep sea during the Carboniferous, in a rock pool basin in Concarneau, Finistère, France. See ‘Ancient deep ocean as a harbor of biotic innovation revealed by Carboniferous ophiuroid microfossils’, by Thuy et al., p. 157–161.
Photograph by: Lea D. Numberger-Thuy
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