The role of calcite-rich metasedimentary mylonites in localizing detachment fault strain and influencing the structural evolution of the Buckskin-Rawhide metamorphic core complex, west-central Arizona
Exhuming a cold case: The early granodiorites of the northwest Iberian Variscan belt—A Visean magmatic flare-up?
Lithospheric structure and the isostatic state of Eastern Anatolia: Insight from gravity data modelling
Architecture of the hidden Penokean terrane suture and Midcontinent rift system overprint in eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin from magnetotelluric profiling
Subduction, accretion, and exhumation of coherent Franciscan blueschist-facies rocks, northern Coast Ranges, California
Temporal and geochemical signatures in granitoids of northwestern Nevada: Evidence for the continuity of the Mesozoic magmatic arc through the western Great Basin
Age, origin, and geodynamic significance of high-Al plagiogranites in the Labuco area of central Tibet
COVER: Symmetrical folds from hinge of large-scale E-vergent recumbent fold in thin-bedded metagreywacke from the Franciscan Complex, ~100 m below the Log Spring thrust beneath the South Fork Mountain Schist, Thomes Creek, northern California Coast Ranges. Folding was accommodated predominantly by pressure solution at ~280°C under lawsonite-albite facies conditions, during transition from underplating to exhumation in the Early Cretaceous subduction zone along the western margin of North America. See “Subduction, accretion, and exhumation of coherent Franciscan blueschist-facies rocks, northern Coast Ranges, California” by William L. Schmidt and John P. Platt, https://doi.org/10.1130/L697.1.
PHOTO BY: John P. Platt
COVER DESIGN BY: Heather L. Sutphin
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