Slow exhumation of the Greater Himalaya in the Yadong region, the transition between the Central and Eastern Himalaya, during the Late Neogene
Mid- to late Permian microfloristic evidence in the metamorphic successions of the Northern Apennines: insights for age-constraining and palaeogeographical correlations
Comparative multi-scale analysis of filamentous microfossils from the c. 850 Ma Bitter Springs Group and filaments from the c. 3460 Ma Apex chert
Deep structure of the Southern Apennines as imaged by active and passive seismic data along the CROP-04 (crustal) reflection seismic profile
Recurrent biotic rebounds during the Early Triassic: biostratigraphy and temporal size variation of conodonts from the Nanpanjiang Basin, South China
Thickening and partial melting of the Northern Qinling Orogen, China: insights from zircon U–Pb geochronology and Hf isotopic composition of migmatites
The source of topography across the Cumberland Peninsula, Baffin Island, Arctic Canada: differential exhumation of a North Atlantic rift flank
Where does the time go? Assessing the chronostratigraphic fidelity of sedimentary geological outcrops in the Pliocene–Pleistocene Red Crag Formation, eastern England
Transport of Late Pleistocene loess particles by katabatic winds during the lowstands of the English Channel
West Gondwana orogenies and Pangaea break-up: thermotectonic effects on the southernmost Mantiqueira Province, Brazil
Stable isotopes of nonsulphide Zn–Pb ores in Britain and Ireland: fluid characteristics and palaeoclimatic variability
Cover image: A micro landscape photographed on an exposed quarry face of Ballachulish Slate Formation. The dark coloured mudstones contain Iron Pyrites (Iron Sulphide). This reacts with oxygen and water to form iron oxide (rust) and sulphuric acid. The acid reacts with any calcareous cement in the mudstone to form gypsum (hydrous calcium sulphate). This reaction is very important to engineering geologists as the acid attacks concrete and the gypsum causes heave.
Photo: Ursula Lawrence.
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