Two Neoarchean tectonothermal events on the western edge of the North Atlantic Craton, as revealed by SIMS dating of the Saglek Block, Nain Province, Labrador
Geochemical and petrographic variations in pseudotachylyte along the Outer Hebrides Fault Zone, Scotland
Geochronology of Caledonian metamorphic allochthons in the Otta–Heidal region, South Norway; tectonostratigraphic and palaeogeographical implications
Structurally controlled growth of fibrous amphibole in tectonized metagabbro: constraints on asbestos concentrations in non-serpentinized rocks
Trichonis basin, western central Greece: is it an immature basin in the Corinth Rift or a pull-apart in a sinistral rift–trench link?
Provenance of Ordovician–Silurian and Carboniferous–Permian glaciogenic successions in Ethiopia revealed by detrital zircon U–Pb geochronology
Continental rifting at magmatic centres: structural implications from the Late Quaternary Menengai Caldera, central Kenya Rift
Geochronological and geochemical constraints on the subduction-modified lithospheric origin of the early Cretaceous volcanic rocks, in the western North Huaiyang Belt of Dabie Orogen, China
Synrift magmatism in a Cenozoic rift basin, from 3D seismic data, Wichianburi Sub-basin, Phetchabun Basin, Thailand: part 1. Distribution and timing of intrusions and forced folds
Synrift magmatism in a Cenozoic rift basin from 3D seismic data, Wichianburi Sub-basin, Petchabun Basin, Thailand: part 2. How rift structure and stratigraphy modify intrusion morphology
Erratum for ‘Devonian (c. 388–375 Ma) Horn River Group of Mackenzie Platform (NW Canada) is an open-shelf succession recording oceanic anoxic events’, Journal of the Geological Society, London, 176, 29-45
Cover image: The intertidal zone at Fanore Beach is the perfect location for the combination of fossil hunting and sea creature viewing. The diversity of living and fossil organisms on display in the intertidal zone provides ample reward for an observer with a keen eye and a creative imagination. Visualizing marine life in the present allows for a clearer picture of life in the ancient oceans that existed throughout geological time.
Photo: Martin Sykes.
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