Geochronology and geochemistry of the Tabaquito batholith (Frontal Cordillera, Argentina): geodynamic implications and temporal correlations in the SW Gondwana margin
Basement–cover relationships and deformation in the Northern Paraguai Belt, central Brazil: implications for the Neoproterozoic–early Paleozoic history of western Gondwana
Layering and structural inheritance controls on fault zone structure in three dimensions: a case study from the northern Molasse Basin, Switzerland
Paleomagnetic and magnetic fabric data from Lower Triassic redbeds of the Central Western Carpathians: new constraints on the paleogeographic and tectonic evolution of the Carpathian regi...
High-resolution carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Lower and Middle Ordovician succession of the Yangtze Platform, China: implications for global correlation
Thematic collection: Polygenetic mélanges
Polygenetic mélanges: a glimpse on tectonic, sedimentary and diapiric recycling in convergent margins
Redefinition of the Ligurian Units at the Alps–Apennines junction (NW Italy) and their role in the evolution of the Ligurian accretionary wedge: constraints from mélanges and broken forma...
Mid-Eocene giant slope failure (sedimentary mélanges) in the Ligurian accretionary wedge (NW Italy) and relationships with tectonics, global climate change and the dissociation of gas hyd...
Recycling of heterogeneous material in the subduction factory: evidence from the sedimentary mélange of the Internal Ligurian Units, Italy
Sedimentary and diapiric mélanges in the Skrzydlna area (Outer Carpathians of Poland) as indicators of basinal and structural evolution
The progressive development of microfabrics from initial deposition to slump deformation: an example from a modern sedimenary mélange on the Nankai Prism
Discussion on ‘Breaking up continents at magma-poor rifted margins: a seismic v. outcrop perspective’ Journal of the Geological Society, London, 175, 875–882
Reply to Discussion on ‘Breakup continents at magma poor rifted margins: a seismic v. outcrop perspective’. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 175, 875-882
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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