THEMED ISSUE: The Growth and Evolution of North America: Insights from the EarthScope Project
THEMED ISSUE: Subduction Top to Bottom 2
Is the local seismicity in western Hispaniola (Haiti) capable of imaging northern Caribbean subduction?
Geologic controls on up-dip and along-strike propagation of slip during subduction zone earthquakes from a high-resolution seismic reflection survey across the northern limit of slip duri...
THEMED ISSUE: Geologic Evolution of the Alaska Range and Environs
Detrital zircon geochronology along a structural transect across the Kahiltna assemblage in the western Alaska Range: Implications for emplacement of the Alexander-Wrangellia-Peninsular t...
THEMED ISSUE: Human Dimensions in Geoscience
THEMED ISSUE: CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II
Insights into post-Miocene uplift of the western margin of the Colorado Plateau from the stratigraphic record of the lower Colorado River
Current Issue Articles
Spatial patterns of erosion and landscape evolution in a bivergent metamorphic core complex revealed by cosmogenic 10Be: The central Menderes Massif (western Turkey)
Magmato-tectonic links: Ignimbrite calderas, regional dike swarms, and the transition from arc to rift in the Southern Rocky Mountains
Thermal history of the western Central Taurides fold-thrust belt: Implications for Cenozoic vertical motions of southern Central Anatolia
Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology of modern Andean rivers in Ecuador: Fingerprinting tectonic provinces and assessing downstream propagation of provenance signals
Vein fluorite U-Pb dating demonstrates post–6.2 Ma rare-earth element mobilization associated with Rio Grande rifting
Geotechnical data synthesis for GIS-based analysis of fault zone geometry and hazard in an urban environment
A multicomponent Isabella anomaly: Resolving the physical state of the Sierra Nevada upper mantle from Vp/Vs anisotropy tomography
Smartphone: An alternative to ground control points for orienting virtual outcrop models and assessing their quality
COMMENT AND REPLY
CAPTION: During the darkness of Antarctica’s winter, an iceberg originating from the Pine Island Glacier and headed toward the currents of the Southern Ocean can be seen in this April 2014 thermal infrared image. Brighter colors represent colder ice.
CREDIT: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen, using data from the Level-1 and Atmosphere Archive & Distribution System.
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