Pleistocene Colorado River terraces in the canyonlands region (Utah, USA) record unsteady, transient incision and growth of the Cataract Canyon knickzone by salt tectonics
Massive rare earth element storage in sub-continental lithospheric mantle initiated by diapirism, not by melting
Metasomatized mantle sources for orogenic gold deposits hosted in high-grade metamorphic rocks: Evidence from Hg isotopes
Magma-carbonate interactions drive CO2 production and metal enrichment in shallow dikes and sills at volcanic arcs
Geochemical mapping of lithospheric architecture disproves Archean terrane accretion in the Yilgarn craton
COVER: This artwork portrays a general marine ecosystem from the early Cambrian period (Stage 3). It emphasizes the morphology and ecological role of the puzzling microorganism Cambroclavus. See “Early Cambrian Cambroclavus is a scleritomous eumetazoan unrelated to bryozoan or dasyclad algae” by Kai Xiang et al., p. 130–134.
Illustration by: Chao Tan, Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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