THEMED ISSUE: Different Personalities of Granites and Rhyolites: Silicic Magmas from the Lower Crust to the Surface
Feldspar recycling across magma mush bodies during the voluminous Half Dome and Cathedral Peak stages of the Tuolumne intrusive complex, Yosemite National Park, California, USA
THEMED ISSUE: Tectonic, Sedimentary, Volcanic, and Fluid Flow Processes along the Queen Charlotte–Fairweather Fault System and Surrounding Continental Margin
THEMED ISSUE: Subduction Top to Bottom 2
Subducting oceanic basement roughness impacts on upper-plate tectonic structure and a backstop splay fault zone activated in the southern Kodiak aftershock region of the Mw 9.2, 1964 mega...
THEMED ISSUE: CRevolution 2: Origin and Evolution of the Colorado River System II
Detrital sanidine 40Ar/39Ar dating confirms <2 Ma age of Crooked Ridge paleoriver and subsequent deep denudation of the southwestern Colorado Plateau
Current Issue Articles
Influence of pre-existing structure on pluton emplacement and geomorphology: The Merrimac plutons, northern Sierra Nevada, California, USA
Carbon isotope and sequence stratigraphy of the upper Isachsen Formation on Axel Heiberg Island (Nunavut, Canada): High Arctic expression of oceanic anoxic event 1a in a deltaic environme...
The Permian Monos Formation: Stratigraphic and detrital zircon evidence for Permian Cordilleran arc development along the southwestern margin of Laurentia (northwestern Sonora, Mexico)
Detrital zircon petrochronology of central Australia, and implications for the secular record of zircon trace element composition
Suprasubduction zone ophiolite fragments in the central Appalachian orogen: Evidence for mantle and Moho in the Baltimore Mafic Complex (Maryland, USA)
Development of surface ruptures by hanging-wall extension over a thrust ramp along the Ragged Mountain fault, Katalla, Alaska, USA: Applications of high-resolution three-dimensional terra...
Development of an intra-carbonate detachment during thrusting: The variable influence of pressure solution on deformation style, Khao Khwang Fold and Thrust Belt, Thailand
From Ordovician nascent to early Permian mature arc in the southern Altaids: Insights from the Kalatage inlier in the Eastern Tianshan, NW China
CAPTION: The Roter Kamm crater in the Namib Desert (southern Africa) can be seen in this image acquired 20 March 2020. The crater is ∼130 m deep, 2.5 km in diameter, and was created by a meteorite ∼5 million years ago.
CREDIT: Astronaut photograph ISS062-E-103112 provided by ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center (https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/).
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