Evolution of the Yangtze River network, southeastern Tibet: Insights from thermochronology and sedimentology
Segmentation and termination of the surface rupture zone produced by the 1932 Ms 7.6 Changma earthquake: New insights into the slip partitioning of the eastern Altyn Tagh fault system
Nature of Cretaceous dolerite dikes with two distinct trends in the Damodar Valley, eastern India: Constraints on their linkage to mantle plumes and large igneous provinces from 40Ar/39Ar...
Petrogenesis of Early Paleozoic high Sr/Y intrusive rocks from the North Qilian orogen: Implication for diachronous continental collision
Mesozoic denudation history of the lower Orange River and eastward migration of erosion across the southern African Plateau
Provenance of Pennsylvanian–Permian sedimentary rocks associated with the Ancestral Rocky Mountains orogeny in southwestern Laurentia: Implications for continental-scale Laurentian sedime...
Cretaceous and late Cenozoic uplift of a Variscan Massif: The case of the French Massif Central studied through low-temperature thermochronometry
Petrogenesis and tectonic setting of the Early Cretaceous granitoids in the eastern Tengchong terrane, SW China: Constraint on the evolution of Meso-Tethys
Along-strike variations in sediment provenance within the Nanaimo basin reveal mechanisms of forearc basin sediment influx events
COVER: View to the southwest of the Isua supracrustal belt from the northeastern extremity of the belt. The edge of the Greenland ice sheet is shown on the left. In the foreground, chert and banded iron formation display pencil cleavage that is a significant element of the paper. In the distant center, the high hills behind the lakes comprise a ~3.7 Ga tonalite body. See “A non–plate tectonic model for the Eoarchean Isua supracrustal belt” by A. Alexander G. Webb, Thomas Müller, Jiawei Zuo, Peter J. Haproff, and Anthony Ramí rez-Salazar, https://doi.org/10.1130/L1130.1.
PHOTO BY: Peter J. Haproff
COVER DESIGN BY: Heather L. Sutphin
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