Barren Meandering Streams in the Modern Toiyabe Basin of Nevada, U.S.A., and Their Relevance To the Study of the Pre-vegetation Rock Record
Biotic Influence in the Genesis of Laminar Calcretes in Vertisols of the MarÍlia Formation (upper Cretaceous, Brazil)
Pore Fluid and Diagenetic Evolution of Carbonate Cements in Lacustrine Carbonate–siliciclastic Rocks: A Case from the Lower Cretaceous of the Erennaoer Sag, Erlian Basin, NE China
COVER EXPLANATION.—The McLeod Springs Wash drains towards the central Toiyabe Basin of northern Nevada, as seen from the eye of a drone. This small and peculiar fluvial fan may hold meaningful analogies to Earth’s early rivers. The mid-fan is roughly half a km wide. Photo courtesy of Alessandro Ielpi. See Ielpi et al., this issue.