THEMED ISSUE: The Tectonic Evolution of the Basin and Range Province: A Themed Issue in Honor of Ernie Anderson
Evolution of Miocene normal and dextral faulting in the lower Colorado River region near Blythe, California, USA
THEMED ISSUE: PLUTONS: Investigating the Relationship between Pluton Growth and Volcanism in the Central Andes
Crustal structure of the Lazufre volcanic complex and the Southern Puna from 3-D inversion of magnetotelluric data: Implications for surface uplift and evidence for melt storage and hydro...
Current Issue Articles
Andean-type, bivergent crustal shortening in the Rinkian orogen: New constraints on the tectonic evolution of Laurentia–West Greenland in the Paleoproterozoic
Rate of E–W extension in the Volcanic Tableland, California (USA): A comparison of strain rates on two different timescales
Grooving in the midcontinent: A tectonic origin for the mysterious striations of L’Anse Bay, Michigan, USA
Decoupled Oligocene mylonitic shearing and Miocene detachment faulting in the East Humboldt Range metamorphic core complex, northeast Nevada, USA
Coupling rare earth element analyses and high-resolution topography along fault scarps to investigate past earthquakes: A case study from the Southern Apennines (Italy)
Early Triassic roll-back of subducted Paleo-Tethys oceanic lithosphere: Insights from A2-type silicic igneous rocks in the Pingxiang area, southwest China
Early Paleozoic crustal anatexis during Wuyi-Yunkai orogenesis: Insights from zircon of Fuhuling migmatites in the Yunkai region, South China
Detrital zircon and apatite U-Pb provenance and drainage evolution of the Newark Basin during progressive rifting and continental breakup along the Eastern North American Margin, USA
Ibex Hollow Tuff from ca. 12 Ma supereruption, southern Idaho, identified across North America, eastern Pacific Ocean, and Gulf of Mexico
CAPTION: Hook-shaped Notsuke Peninsula juts into the Nemuro Strait (Hokkaido, Japan) in this image captured 27 December 2022. At this time of year, Natsuke Bay is a vast expanse of ice.
CREDIT: NASA Earth Observatory image by Wanmei Liang, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey.
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