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Lithosphere October 17, 2018, Vol.10, 687-707. doi:10.1130/L732.1
Lithosphere October 11, 2018, Vol.10, 708-722. doi:10.1130/L1001.1
Lithosphere October 18, 2018, Vol.10, 723-742. doi:10.1130/L742.1
Lithosphere October 18, 2018, Vol.10, 743-759. doi:10.1130/L1002.1
Lithosphere October 11, 2018, Vol.10, 760-782. doi:10.1130/L724.1
Lithosphere October 11, 2018, Vol.10, 783-791. doi:10.1130/L713.1
Lithosphere October 17, 2018, Vol.10, 792-805. doi:10.1130/L731.1
Lithosphere October 22, 2018, Vol.10, 806-828. doi:10.1130/L727.1
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    COVER: Interleaved carbonate and quartzo-feldspathic metamorphic rocks in the immediate footwall of the Plomosa detachment fault. Note that the carbonate is plastically deformed whereas the quartzo-feldspathic rocks are much more strongly affected by brittle deformation. This would be expected for slow rock deformation at 200–300 °C. See “Geodynamics of Cenozoic extension along a transect across the Colorado River extensional corridor, southwestern USA” by Jon E. Spencer, John S. Singleton, Evan Strickland, Stephen J. Reynolds, Diane Love, David A. Foster, and Roy Johnson, https://doi.org/10.1130/L1002.1.

    PHOTO BY: Jon E. Spencer

    COVER DESIGN BY: Heather L. Sutphin

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