The Weng'an Biota (Doushantuo Formation): an Ediacaran window on soft-bodied and multicellular microorganisms
Zircon O- and Hf-isotope constraints on the genesis and tectonic significance of Permian magmatism in Patagonia
LA-ICP-MS U-Pb dating of Carboniferous ash layers in the Cantabrian Zone (N Spain): stratigraphic implications
Early overpressuring in organic-rich shales during burial: evidence from fibrous calcite veins in the Lower Jurassic Shales-with-Beef Member in the Wessex Basin, UK
Late Cenozoic exhumation history of the Luoji Shan in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau: insights from apatite fission-track thermochronology
Geochemistry of Ediacaran cap dolostones across the Yangtze Platform, South China: implications for diagenetic modification and seawater chemistry in the aftermath of the Marinoan glaciat...
Unravelling an allochthonous, subaqueously deposited volcanic–epiclastic to subaerial andesitic lava assemblage in Hong Kong: age, stratigraphy and provenance studies of the Middle Jurass...
Discussion on ‘Tectonic and environmental controls on Palaeozoic fluvial environments: reassessing the impacts of early land plants on sedimentation’ Journal of the GeologicalSociety, Lon...
Reply to Discussion on ‘Tectonic and environmental controls on Palaeozoic fluvial environments: reassessing the impacts of early land plants on sedimentation’ Journal of the Geological So...
Cover image: The photo shows a clock-wise 90° rotation of a cross-stratified Navajo Sandstone at a location known as “The Wave”. The wave outcrops in Coyote Buttes North, part of the Paria Canyon/Vermillion Cliffs wilderness on the borders of Utah and Arizona in USA. The rocks are coloured red by iron oxide which picks out subtle changes in grainsize due to deposition on desert sand dunes that were active in the Jurassic. The large scale sets of cross-strata in the Navajo Sandstone have been sculpted by wind and water to create the flowing shapes of the wave.
Photo: Charlie Bristow
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