Paleozoic crustal evolution and tectonic switching in the Northeastern Tianshan: insights from zircon Hf isotopes of granitoids
Footprints of the Alice Springs Orogeny preserved in far northern Australia: an application of multi-kinetic thermochronology in the Pine Creek Orogen and Arnhem Province
Post-orogenic exhumation in the western Pyrenees: evidence for extension driven by pre-orogenic inheritance
Cooling and exhumation of the Late Paleozoic Tulasu epithermal gold system, Western Tianshan, NW China: implications for preservation of Pre-Mesozoic epithermal deposits
Thematic collection: The Geology of Fractured Reservoirs
Sandstone cast of a chambered Vertebraria root of the Glossopteridales, the characteristic group of gymnosperm trees that dominated Gondwanan polar forests during the middle to late Permian. This specimen was photographed at an outcrop of the Lopingian Takrouna Formation (Victoria Group, Beacon Supergroup) at an unnamed nunatak in the central Helliwell Hills, lower Rennick Glacier, East Antarctica.
Photo: Benjamin Bomfleur