Sedimentologic and stratigraphic evolution of the Cacheuta basin: Constraints on the development of the Miocene retroarc foreland basin, south-central Andes
Provenance and metamorphism of the Swakane Gneiss: Implications for incorporation of sediment into the deep levels of the North Cascades continental magmatic arc, Washington
Pairwise sample comparisons and multidimensional scaling of detrital zircon ages with examples from the North American platform, basin, and passive margin settings
COVER: The exceptionally well-preserved sedimentary fill of Goatee Graben transitions from the initial tan and red fluvial deposits, with sparse basalt in the valley and lower slopes, to marine limestone on the mountainsides and tops. Goatee Graben is one of the multiple depocenters formed during the Carboniferous rifting event that gave birth to the Sverdrup Basin in the Canadian Arctic. Location: Northern Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. See “Late Paleozoic to Triassic arc magmatism north of the Sverdrup Basin in the Canadian Arctic: Evidence from detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology” by D. Alonso-Torres, B. Beauchamp, B. Guest, T. Hadlari, and W. Matthews, https://doi.org/10.1130/L683.1.
PHOTO BY: Daniel Alonso-Torres
COVER DESIGN BY: Heather L. Sutphin
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