THEMED ISSUE: The Tectonic Evolution of the Basin and Range Province: A Themed Issue in Honor of Ernie Anderson
Structure, chronology, kinematics, and geodynamics of tectonic extension in the greater Catalina metamorphic core complex, southeastern Arizona, USA
THEMED ISSUE: Different Personalities of Granites and Rhyolites: Silicic Magmas from the Lower Crust to the Surface
Rhyolitic melt production in the midst of a continental arc flare-up—The heterogeneous Caspana ignimbrite of the Altiplano-Puna volcanic complex of the Central Andes
THEMED ISSUE: Seismotectonics of the San Andreas Fault System in the San Gorgonio Pass Region
The effects of pre-stress assumptions on dynamic rupture with complex fault geometry in the San Gorgonio Pass, California, region
Current Issue Articles
Implications of glacial deposit ages for the timing and rate of active crustal faulting in the central Cascade arc, Oregon, USA
Spatiotemporally heterogeneous deformation, indirect tectonomagmatic links, and lithospheric evolution during orogenic activity coeval with an arc flare-up
Topographic development of a compressional mountain range, the western Transverse Ranges of California, USA, resulted from localized uplift along individual structures and regional uplift...
Late Paleozoic cratonal sink: Distally sourced sediment filled the Anadarko Basin (USA) from multiple source regions
Cretaceous sequence stratigraphy of the northern Baltimore Canyon Trough: Implications for basin evolution and carbon storage
Chronostratigraphic correlation of the Upper Silurian Salina Group for the Michigan and Appalachian Basins through coupled (δ13Ccarb) chemostratigraphy and subsurface geophysical analyses
Pyroclastic deposits of Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley, California, USA: Ballistics, pyroclastic surges, and dry granular flows
Strategies for effective unmanned aerial vehicle use in geological field studies based on cognitive science principles
ERRATUM: Spatiotemporally heterogeneous deformation, indirect tectonomagmatic links, and lithospheric evolution during orogenic activity coeval with an arc flare-up
CAPTION: White roofs of several geothermal power plants dot northern California's (USA) Coast Range in an area called The Geysers, ~8 miles northeast of Geyserville, in this image acquired 10 January 2022 by NASA's Operational Land Imager.
CREDIT: NASA Earth Observatory image by Joshua Stevens, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey.
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