(The TQCC of Geology is 60. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Propagating extrusion tectonics in Asia: New insights from simple experiments with plasticine2040
Continuous deformation of the Tibetan Plateau from global positioning system data1145
Adakites from continental collision zones: Melting of thickened lower crust beneath southern Tibet857
Global patterns of loss of life from landslides815
Sediment flux from a mountain belt derived by landslide mapping578
Trace element chemistry of zircons from oceanic crust: A method for distinguishing detrital zircon provenance574
Fluids expelled tectonically from orogenic belts: Their role in hydrocarbon migration and other geologic phenomena540
Coesite-bearing eclogite from the Dabie Mountains in central China494
C/S method for distinguishing freshwater from marine sedimentary rocks476
Revised plate motions relative to the hotspots from combined Atlantic and Indian Ocean hotspot tracks471
Climate change and the collapse of the Akkadian empire: Evidence from the deep sea457
U-Pb zircon date from the Neoproterozoic Ghaub Formation, Namibia: Constraints on Marinoan glaciation429
Evidence from ophiolites, blueschists, and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic terranes that the modern episode of subduction tectonics began in Neoproterozoic time429
Marine pore-water sulfate profiles indicate in situ methane flux from underlying gas hydrate427
An early India-Asia contact: Paleomagnetic constraints from Ninetyeast Ridge, ODP Leg 121405
Earthquake-triggered increase in sediment delivery from an active mountain belt404
Lhasa terrane in southern Tibet came from Australia376
High-magnesian andesite from Mount Shasta: A product of magma mixing and contamination, not a primitive mantle melt353
Tectonic history of subduction zones inferred from retrograde blueschist P-T paths339
Authigenic carbonates from the Cascadia subduction zone and their relation to gas hydrate stability332
Relative precipitation rates of aragonite and Mg calcite from seawater: Temperature or carbonate ion control?327
A variably veined suboceanic upper mantle—Genetic significance for mid-ocean ridge basalts from geochemical evidence306
Paleoproductivity from benthic foraminifera abundance: Glacial to postglacial change in the west-equatorial Pacific296
Transition from cataclastic flow to dislocation creep of feldspar: Mechanisms and microstructures292
Cyanobacterial precipitation of gypsum, calcite, and magnesite from natural alkaline lake water286
Influences of temperature and Mg:Ca ratio on CaCO3 precipitates from seawater270
Extreme warming of mid-latitude coastal ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Inferences from TEX86 and isotope data269
Nappe stacking resulting from subduction of oceanic and continental lithosphere below Greece267
Two-sided orogen: Collision and erosion from the sandbox to the Southern Alps, New Zealand252
Contrasting basement isotopic signatures and the palinspastic restoration of peripheral orogens: Example from the Neoproterozoic Avalonian-Cadomian belt250
Tracking changes in crustal thickness during orogenic evolution with Sr/Y: An example from the North American Cordillera248
Development of the early Paleozoic Pacific margin of Gondwana from detrital-zircon ages across the Delamerian orogen245
Lake-sediment record of late Holocene hurricane activities from coastal Alabama244
Late Miocene onset of the Amazon River and the Amazon deep-sea fan: Evidence from the Foz do Amazonas Basin241
3.96 Ga gneisses from the Slave province, Northwest Territories, Canada241
Late Miocene adakites and Nb-enriched basalts from Vizcaino Peninsula, Mexico: Indicators of East Pacific Rise subduction below southern Baja California?238
Testing the Cretaceous greenhouse hypothesis using glassy foraminiferal calcite from the core of the Turonian tropics on Demerara Rise235
Sulfidity controls molybdenum isotope fractionation into euxinic sediments: Evidence from the modern Black Sea234
Magmatic vapor contraction and the transport of gold from the porphyry environment to epithermal ore deposits232
Timing and structure of the 8.2 kyr B.P. event inferred from δ18O records of stalagmites from China, Oman, and Brazil228
Long-lived glaciation in the Late Ordovician? Isotopic and sequence-stratigraphic evidence from western Laurentia221
Kinematics of the plate boundaries between Eurasia, Iberia, and Africa in the North Atlantic from the Late Cretaceous to the present220
Estimating the age of formation of lakes: An example from Lake Tanganyika, East African Rift system220
Pliocene closing of the Isthmus of Panama, based on biostratigraphic evidence from nearby Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea cores218
Cenozoic and Mesozoic structure of the eastern Basin and Range province, Utah, from COCORP seismic-reflection data218
Fluid- and melt-related enrichment in the subarc mantle: Evidence from Nb/Ta variations in island-arc basalts217
Space-time patterns of Cenozoic arc volcanism in central Mexico: From the Sierra Madre Occidental to the Mexican Volcanic Belt216
A penultimate glacial monsoon record from Hulu Cave and two-phase glacial terminations211
Bedform-velocity matrix: The estimation of bottom current velocity from bedform observations207
Long decollements and mud volcanoes: Evidence from the Barbados Ridge Complex for the role of high pore-fluid pressure in the development of an accretionary complex207
Reconstruction of postglacial to early Holocene vegetation history in terrestrial Central Europe via cuticular lipid biomarkers and pollen records from lake sediments206
Copper deposition by fluid cooling in intrusion-centered systems: New insights from the Bingham porphyry ore deposit, Utah205
Constraints on Pb closure temperature in titanite based on rocks from the Ungava orogen, Canada: Implications for U-Pb geochronology and P-T-t path determinations201
Geodynamics of the southeastern Tibetan Plateau from seismic anisotropy and geodesy201
Do U-Pb zircon ages from granulites reflect peak metamorphic conditions?200
End-Permian catastrophe by a bolide impact: Evidence of a gigantic release of sulfur from the mantle199
Regional ultrahigh-pressure coesite-bearing eclogitic terrane in central China: Evidence from country rocks, gneiss, marble, and metapelite198
Evolution of the mantle: Geochemical evidence from alkali basalt198
Tibetan uplift prior to the Eocene-Oligocene climate transition: Evidence from pollen analysis of the Xining Basin197
High-precision U-Pb zircon age from the Triassic of Italy: Implications for the Triassic time scale and the Carnian origin of calcareous nannoplankton and dinosaurs195
U-Pb sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe ages from the Doushantuo Formation in south China: Constraints on late Neoproterozoic glaciations193
New type of olivine fabric from deformation experiments at modest water content and low stress193
Diamond- and coesite-bearing chromitites from the Luobusa ophiolite, Tibet193
Permeability changes associated with large earthquakes: An example from Loma Prieta, California193
Continuous 150 k.y. monsoon record from Lake Eyre, Australia: Insolation-forcing implications and unexpected Holocene failure193
Redox state of the Archean atmosphere: Evidence from detrital heavy minerals in ca. 3250–2750 Ma sandstones from the Pilbara Craton, Australia191
Tracking the evolution of large-volume silicic magma reservoirs from assembly to supereruption190
Inferring paleostresses from natural fracture patterns: A new method188
Carbon isotope anomaly and other geochemical changes at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary from a marine section in Hungary188
Amount of extension on "small" faults: An example from the Viking graben185
Rapid decompression-driven crystallization recorded by melt inclusions from Mount St. Helens volcano182
A high-resolution late Holocene lake isotope record from Turkey and links to North Atlantic and monsoon climate182
A pollen record of Holocene climatic changes from the Dunde ice cap, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau180
Erosion rates and orogenic-wedge kinematics in Taiwan inferred from fission-track thermochronometry180
Boninitic volcanism in the Oman ophiolite: Implications for thermal condition during transition from spreading ridge to arc178
Depth extent of cratons as inferred from tomographic studies178
Mid-Cretaceous to Paleocene North American drainage reorganization from detrital zircons177
Timing of recovery from the end-Permian extinction: Geochronologic and biostratigraphic constraints from south China177
Speleothem evidence from Oman for continental pluvial events during interglacial periods176
Discrimination of ophiolitic from nonophiolitic ultramafic-mafic allochthons in orogenic belts by the Al/Ti ratio in clinopyroxene175
High eustatic sea level during the middle Pliocene:Evidence from the southeastern U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain175
Uranium-lead isotopic ages of plagiogranites from the Troodos ophiolite, Cyprus, and their tectonic significance174
Early Oligocene ice-sheet expansion on Antarctica: Stable isotope and sedimentological evidence from Kerguelen Plateau, southern Indian Ocean174
Generation of Eoarchean tonalite-trondhjemite-granodiorite series from thickened mafic arc crust174
Depositional and tectonic framework of the rift basins of Lake Baikal from multichannel seismic data173
Lower Triassic large sea-floor carbonate cements: Their origin and a mechanism for the prolonged biotic recovery from the end-Permian mass extinction171
Quantification of soil production and downslope creep rates from cosmogenic 10Be accumulations on a hillslope profile171
Archean and Proterozoic crustal evolution: Evidence from crustal seismology171
Mesozoic crustal thickening of the eastern North China craton: Evidence from eclogite xenoliths and petrologic implications170
Origin of bottom-simulating reflectors: Geophysical evidence from the Cascadia accretionary prism168
Onset of mid-crustal extensional flow in southern Tibet: Evidence from U/Pb zircon ages168
Critical tables for conversion of K-Ar ages from old to new constants168
A billion years of environmental stability and the emergence of eukaryotes: New data from northern Australia167
Current strain regime in the Western Alps from continuous Global Positioning System measurements, 1996–2001166
Microdiamond daughter crystals precipitated from supercritical COH + silicate fluids included in garnet, Erzgebirge, Germany165
Ediacarian sponge spicule clusters from southwestern Mongolia and the origins of the Cambrian fauna163
Speleothem-based paleoclimate record from northern Oman163
Radiation damage control on apatite (U-Th)/He dates from the Grand Canyon region, Colorado Plateau161
Changes in terrestrial ecosystem since 30 Ma in East Asia: Stable isotope evidence from black carbon in the South China Sea161
Resolving vertical tectonics in the San Francisco Bay Area from permanent scatterer InSAR and GPS analysis160
Thick turbidite successions from supply-dominated shelves during sea-level highstand160
Sampling Laurentia: Detrital zircon geochronology offers evidence for an extensive Neoproterozoic river system originating from the Grenville orogen159
Relation between soil age and silicate weathering rates determined from the chemical evolution of a glacial chronosequence159
Signatures of mountain building: Detrital zircon U/Pb ages from northeastern Tibet158
Dual role of seawater and hydrothermal fluids in Early Archean chert formation: Evidence from silicon isotopes157
Catastrophic debris avalanche from ancestral Mount Shasta volcano, California157
Abrupt glacial valley incision at 0.8 Ma dated from cave deposits in Switzerland156
4.2 Ga zircon xenocryst in an Acasta gneiss from northwestern Canada: Evidence for early continental crust156
Estimates of heat flow derived from gas hydrates155
Current Sierra Nevada-North America motion from very long baseline interferometry:Implications for the kinematics of the western United States154
Organic carbon fluxes to the ocean from high-standing islands154
Landscape response to climate change: Insights from experimental modeling and implications for tectonic versus climatic uplift of topography153
Sedimentary evidence of intense hurricane strikes from New Jersey152
Diverse basalt types from Loihi seamount, Hawaii152
Reconstructing the paleotopography of mountain belts from the isotopic composition of authigenic minerals151
Insight into the nature of the ocean-continent transition off West Iberia from a deep multichannel seismic reflection profile151
P-T paths from garnet zoning: A new technique for deciphering tectonic processes in crystalline terranes150
Interpreting Quaternary uplift rates at the Mendocino triple junction, northern California, from uplifted marine terraces150
Quaternary downcutting rate of the New River, Virginia, measured from differential decay of cosmogenic 26Al and 10Be in cave-deposited alluvium149
A 120-yr record of widespread contamination from mining of the Iberian pyrite belt149
Tethyan suturing in Southeast Asia: Zircon U-Pb and Hf-O isotopic constraints from Myanmar ophiolites148
Crustal structure and rheology of the Longmenshan and Wenchuan Mw 7.9 earthquake epicentral area from magnetotelluric data147
Heat Loss from the Earth: New Estimate147
Cyclical behavior of thrust wedges: Insights from high basal friction sandbox experiments146
Laurentia, Australia, and Antarctica as a Late Proterozoic supercontinent: Constraints from isotopic mapping146
Late Ordovician mass extinction: A new perspective from stratigraphic sections in central Nevada145
The blueschist-bearing Qiangtang metamorphic belt (northern Tibet, China) as an in situ suture zone: Evidence from geochemical comparison with the Jinsa suture145
Absolute fault and crustal strength from wedge tapers144
Microdiamonds in a megacrystic garnet websterite pod from Bardane on the island of Fjørtoft, western Norway: Evidence for diamond formation in mantle rocks during deep continental subduction143
Solar forcing of Holocene climate: New insights from a speleothem record, southwestern United States141
Estimation of fault-scarp ages from a scarp-height–slope-angle relationship140
Scanning electron microscope–cathodoluminescence analysis of quartz reveals complex growth histories in veins from the Butte porphyry copper deposit, Montana139
Detailed record of the Neogene Sr isotopic evolution of seawater from DSDP Site 590B139
Early signals of new volcanic unrest at Campi Flegrei caldera? Insights from geochemical data and physical simulations139
Plutonism, oblique subduction, and continental growth: An example from the Mesozoic of California138
Short time scales of magmatic assimilation from diffusion modeling of multiple elements in olivine137
Sediment yield following severe volcanic disturbance—A two-decade perspective from Mount St. Helens136
Life on land in the Proterozoic: Evidence from the Torridonian rocks of northwest Scotland136
Coseismic release of water from mountains: Evidence from the 1999 (Mw = 7.5) Chi-Chi, Taiwan, earthquake136
Recent rapid uplift in the Bolivian Andes: Evidence from fission-track dating135
U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope systematics of zircons from the Mississippi River sand: Implications for reworking and growth of continental crust135
New evidence for land plants from the lower Middle Ordovician of Saudi Arabia135
500 ka precipitation record from southeastern Australia: Evidence for interglacial relative aridity135
High-precision temporal calibration of Late Permian vertebrate biostratigraphy: U-Pb zircon constraints from the Karoo Supergroup, South Africa134
Role of H2O in subduction-zone magmatism: New insights from melt inclusions in high-Mg basalts from central Mexico134
Partial assimilative recycling of the mafic plutonic roots of arc volcanoes: An example from the Chilean Andes134
Episodic basin-wide fluid expulsion from geopressured shale sequences in the North Sea basin134
Evidence for focused magmatic accretion at segment centers from lateral dike injections captured beneath the Red Sea rift in Afar133
Acidic and sulfate-rich hydrothermal fluids from the Manus back-arc basin, Papua New Guinea133
Petrological and Nd-Sr-Os isotopic constraints on the origin of high-Mg adakitic rocks from the North China Craton: Tectonic implications132
Thermochronological evidence for the movement of the Ailao Shan–Red River shear zone: A perspective from Vietnam131
First evidence for locomotion in the Ediacara biota from the 565 Ma Mistaken Point Formation, Newfoundland131
Uplift of the western margin of the Andean plateau revealed from canyon incision history, southern Peru131
Rapid onset of late Paleozoic glaciation on Gondwana: Evidence from Upper Mississippian strata of the Midcontinent, United States131
Acid rain and ozone depletion from pulsed Siberian Traps magmatism131
Response of the high-latitude Northern Hemisphere to orbital climate forcing: Evidence from the Nordic Seas131
Chronology of late Wisconsin ice retreat from the western Ross Sea, Antarctica130
Jurassic accretionary complex and ophiolite from northeast Turkey: No evidence for the Cimmerian continental ribbon129
Cenozoic subsidence and uplift of continents from time-varying dynamic topography129
Episodic, mafic crust formation from 4.5 to 2.8 Ga: New evidence from detrital zircons, Slave craton, Canada128
Oxygen-minimum zone edge effects: Evidence from the central California coastal upwelling system127
Assembling West Gondwana in the Neoproterozoic: Clues from the São Francisco craton region, Brazil127
Mesoarchean subduction processes: 2.87 Ga eclogites from the Kola Peninsula, Russia127
Role of subducted sediment in the genesis of ocean-island basalts: Geochemical evidence from South Atlantic Ocean islands126
Remote sensing of CO2 and H2O emission rates from Masaya volcano, Nicaragua126
Combined single-grain (U-Th)/He and U/Pb dating of detrital zircons from the Navajo Sandstone, Utah126
Sea-level, humidity, and land-erosion records across the initial Eocene thermal maximum from a continental-marine transect in northern Spain125
Modeling long-term contamination in river systems from historical metal mining125
Palynomorphs from a sediment core reveal a sudden remarkably warm Antarctica during the middle Miocene125
Fossil isotope records of seasonal climate and ecology: Straight from the horse's mouth124
Precambrian dolomites: Petrographic and isotopic evidence that they differ from Phanerozoic dolomites124
Coupled response of the late glacial climatic shifts of northwest Europe reflected in Greenland ice cores: Evidence from the northern North Sea124
Evidence for a Neoproterozoic ocean in south-central Africa from mid-oceanic-ridge–type geochemical signatures and pressure-temperature estimates of Zambian eclogites123
How does the continental crust thin in a hyperextended rifted margin? Insights from the Iberia margin123
Evidence for end-Permian ocean acidification from calcium isotopes in biogenic apatite123
Mesoproterozoic contractional orogeny in western North America: Evidence from ca. 1.4 Ga plutons123
New insights into mid-ocean ridge volcanic processes from the 2005–2006 eruption of the East Pacific Rise, 9°46′N–9°56′N122
Long-term growth of the Himalaya inferred from interseismic InSAR measurement121
Mantle wedge serpentinization and exhumation of eclogites: Insights from eastern Ladakh, northwest Himalaya121
Mobility of large rock avalanches: Evidence from Valles Marineris, Mars121
Predicting the orientation of joints from fold shape: Results of pseudo–three-dimensional modeling and curvature analysis119
Seismically imaged relict slab from the 55 Ma Siletzia accretion to the northwest United States119
Lithospheric delamination in the core of Pangea: Sm-Nd insights from the Iberian mantle119
Permian-Triassic extinction: Organic δ13C evidence from British Columbia, Canada119
New evidence from seismic imaging for subduction during assembly of the North China craton118
High-resolution absolute-dated Indian Monsoon record between 53 and 36 ka from Xiaobailong Cave, southwestern China118
Asymmetric lithospheric extension: The role of frictional plastic strain softening inferred from numerical experiments118
A volcanic trigger for the Late Ordovician mass extinction? Mercury data from south China and Laurentia118
200 k.y. paleoclimate record from Death Valley salt core117
Building the Pamirs: The view from the underside116
Ultrafast oceanic spreading of the Marsili Basin, southern Tyrrhenian Sea: Evidence from magnetic anomaly analysis116
SHRIMP U-Pb dating of the preeruption growth history of zircons from the 340 ka Whakamaru Ignimbrite, New Zealand: Evidence for >250 k.y. magma residence times116
Sulfur evolution of oxidized arc magmas as recorded in apatite from a porphyry copper batholith116
Erosional equilibrium and disequilibrium in the Sierra Nevada, inferred from cosmogenic 26Al and 10Be in alluvial sediment116
Nutrient and temperature controls on modern carbonate production: An example from the Gulf of California, Mexico115
Garnet peridotite and eclogite Sm-Nd mineral ages from the Lepontine dome (Swiss Alps): New evidence for Eocene high-pressure metamorphism in the central Alps115
Are subduction zones invading the Atlantic? Evidence from the southwest Iberia margin115
Neoproterozoic snowball Earth under scrutiny: Evidence from the Fiq glaciation of Oman115
The thickness of subduction plate boundary faults from the seafloor into the seismogenic zone114
Mechanisms of continental growth in extensional arcs: An example from the Andean plate-boundary zone114
High-pressure fluid at hypocentral depths in the L'Aquila region inferred from earthquake focal mechanisms114
Codependent histories of the San Andreas and San Jacinto fault zones from inversion of fault displacement rates114
Highstand transport of coastal sand to the deep ocean: A case study from Fraser Island, southeast Australia114
Estimating maximum expectable magnitude of earthquakes from fault dimensions113
In situ methane concentrations at Hydrate Ridge, offshore Oregon: New constraints on the global gas hydrate inventory from an active margin112
Thrust geometry controlled by erosion and sedimentation: A view from analogue models112
Ediacaran remains from intertillite beds in northwestern Canada112
Neoproterozoic backarc basin: Sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe U-Pb and Sm-Nd isotopic evidence from the Eastern Pampean Ranges, Argentina112
Eight-armed Ediacara fossil preserved in contrasting taphonomic windows from China and Australia112
New weathering index improves paleorainfall estimates from Vertisols112
Crustal subsidence rate off Hawaii determined from 234U/238U ages of drowned coral reefs112
Metamorphic Alteration of Carbon Isotopic Composition in Ancient Sedimentary Organic Matter: New Evidence from Australia and South Africa112
Ocean circulation and iceberg discharge in the glacial North Atlantic: Inferences from unmixing of sediment size distributions111
Hyperpycnal sediment discharge from semiarid southern California rivers: Implications for coastal sediment budgets111
A record of rapid Holocene climate change preserved in hyrax middens from southwestern Africa111
Stream channel erosion and change resulting from riparian forests111
Large-scale pseudotachylytes and fluidized cataclasites from an ancient subduction thrust fault111
Evolution of the Nankai Trough décollement from the trench into the seismogenic zone: Inferences from three-dimensional seismic reflection imaging111
Anatomy of a diffuse cryptic suture zone: An example from the Bohemian Massif, European Variscides110
Diachronous decratonization of the Sino-Korean craton: Geochemistry of mantle xenoliths from North Korea110
Flux of volatiles and ore-forming metals from the magmatic-hydrothermal system of Satsuma Iwojima volcano110
A Paleocene lowland macroflora from Patagonia reveals significantly greater richness than North American analogs110
Development of active low-angle normal fault systems during orogenic collapse: Insight from Tibet110
Calibration between eustatic estimates from backstripping and oxygen isotopic records for the Oligocene109
Age and source constraints for the giant Muruntau gold deposit, Uzbekistan, from coupled Re-Os-He isotopes in arsenopyrite109
Crustal growth by magmatic underplating: Isotopic evidence from the northern Sherman batholith109
Giant debris avalanches from the Colima Volcanic Complex, Mexico: Implications for long-runout landslides (>100 km) and hazard assessment109
Mesoproterozoic carbon dioxide levels inferred from calcified cyanobacteria109
Contourite processes associated with the Mediterranean Outflow Water after its exit from the Strait of Gibraltar: Global and conceptual implications108
Use of a new 10Be and 26Al inventory method to date marine terraces, Santa Cruz, California, USA108
Guerrero terrane of Mexico: Its role in the Southern, Cordillera from new geochemical data108
Experimental generation of cordierite-or garnet-bearing granitic liquids from a pelitic composition108
New constraints on sediment-flux–dependent river incision: Implications for extracting tectonic signals from river profiles107
Contrasting high field strength element contents of continental flood basalts from plume versus reactivated-arc sources107
Pyroxenite-rich mantle formed by recycled oceanic lithosphere: Oxygen-osmium isotope evidence from Canary Island lavas107
Extreme sediment and ice discharge from marine-based ice streams: New evidence from the North Sea107
What drove continued continent-continent convergence after ocean closure? Insights from high-resolution seismic-reflection profiling across the Daba Shan in central China107
Rates, timing, and cyclicity of Holocene eolian activity in north-central United States: Evidence from varved lake sediments107
Nature of the Wind River thrust, Wyoming, from COCORP deep-reflection data and from gravity data107
Tectonic implications of graphitized diamonds from the Ronda, peridotite massif, southern Spain106
Basin and Range rifting in northern Nevada: Clues from a mid-Miocene rift and its subsequent offsets106
Metamorphic rates in collisional orogeny from in situ allanite and monazite dating106
Rock uplift rates in South Africa from isochron burial dating of fluvial and marine terraces105
Neogene kinematics of the central and western Alps: Evidence from fission-track dating105
Middle Holocene dry climate caused by change in atmospheric circulation patterns: Evidence from lake levels and stable isotopes105
Origin of chromitites in layered intrusions: Evidence from chromite-hosted melt inclusions from the Stillwater Complex105
Absolute timing of sulfide and gold mineralization: A comparison of Re-Os molybdenite and Ar-Ar mica methods from the Tintina Gold Belt, Alaska105
Predicting facies architecture through sequence stratigraphy—An example from the Kaiparowits Plateau, Utah105
New C isotope stratigraphy from southwest China: Implications for the placement of the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary on the Yangtze Platform and global correlations104
Magmatic gas source for the stratospheric SO2 cloud from the June 15,1991, eruption of Mount Pinatubo104
How rivers react to large earthquakes: Evidence from central Taiwan104
Bedform spacing from defect dynamics104
Complex trace fossils from the terminal Proterozoic of Namibia104
Coupled textural and compositional characterization of basaltic scoria: Insights into the transition from Strombolian to fire fountain activity at Mount Etna, Italy103
Abrupt variations in South American monsoon rainfall during the Holocene based on a speleothem record from central-eastern Brazil103
Where does sediment come from? Quantifying catchment erosion with detrital apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry103
Paleomagnetic constraints on the Mesozoic drift of the Lhasa terrane (Tibet) from Gondwana to Eurasia103
Precise temperature estimation in the Tibetan crust from seismic detection of the α-β quartz transition102
1400 yr multiproxy record of climate variability from the northern Gulf of Mexico102
Calibrating the terminations of Cryogenian global glaciations102
Ca/Sr and 87Sr/86Sr geochemistry of disseminated calcite in Himalayan silicate rocks from Nanga Parbat: Influence on river-water chemistry102
Holocene century-scale temperature variability from West Greenland lake records102
Late Tertiary history of the Antarctic ice sheet: Evidence from the Dry Valleys102
Ejection of rock fragments from planetary bodies102
Controls on fluvial evacuation of sediment from earthquake-triggered landslides101
Late Oligocene initiation of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current: Evidence from the South Pacific101
Eocene clocks agree: Coeval 40Ar/39Ar, U-Pb, and astronomical ages from the Green River Formation101
Laser 40Ar/39Ar dating of single detrital muscovite grains from early foreland-basin sedimentary deposits in India: Implications for early Himalayan evolution101
Lower crustal rejuvenation and growth during post-thickening collapse: Insights from a crustal cross section through a Variscan metamorphic core complex101
Life associated with a 2.76 Ga ephemeral pond?: Evidence from Mount Roe #2 paleosol100
Rift kinematics during the incipient stages of continental extension: Evidence from the nascent Okavango rift basin, northwest Botswana100
Forested Arctic: Evidence from North Greenland100
Aseismic sliding of active faults by pressure solution creep: Evidence from the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth100
In situ U-Pb ages of zircons from the Bishop Tuff: No evidence for long crystal residence times100
Importance of flood-plain sedimentation for river sediment budgets and terrigenous input to the oceans: Insights from the Brahmaputra-Jamuna River100
Evidence for a contribution from two mantle plumes to island-arc lavas from northern Tonga99
Reconstructing relative flooding intensities responsible for hurricane-induced deposits from Laguna Playa Grande, Vieques, Puerto Rico99
Constraints on early Cambrian carbon cycling from the duration of the Nemakit-Daldynian–Tommotian boundary δ13C shift, Morocco98
Brahmaputra sediment flux dominated by highly localized rapid erosion from the easternmost Himalaya98
Effects of temperature, sulfur, and oxygen fugacity on the composition of sphalerite from submarine hydrothermal vents98
Caradocian land plant microfossils from Libya98
Age of crustal melting and leucogranite formation from U-Pb zircon and monazite dating in the western Himalaya, Zanskar, India98
Uniquely fresh 2.7 Ga komatiites from the Belingwe greenstone belt, Zimbabwe97
Estimating Carboniferous sea-level fluctuations from Gondwanan ice extent97
40Ar/39Ar age gradients in micas from a high-temperature-low-pressure metamorphic terrain: Evidence for very slow cooling and implications for the interpretation of age spectra96
Atmospheric pCO2 since 60 Ma from records of seawater pH, calcium, and primary carbonate mineralogy96
Annually dated late Weichselian continental paleoclimate record from the Eifel, Germany96
A deep root for the Cambrian explosion: Implications of new bio- and chemostratigraphy from the Siberian Platform96
Fate of the subducted Farallon plate inferred from eclogite xenoliths in the Colorado Plateau96
Iron oxide coatings on sand grains from the Atlantic coastal plain: High-resolution transmission electron microscopy characterization96
Polycyclic motion history of some Gulf Coast growth faults from high-resolution displacement analysis96
Oxygenation of the Archean atmosphere: New paleosol constraints from eastern India95
Using the Landsat Thematic Mapper to detect and monitor active volcanoes: An example from Lascar volcano, northern Chile95
Gigantic SO2 emission from Miyakejima volcano, Japan, caused by caldera collapse95
Sedimentary response to mantle plumes: Implications from Paleocene onshore successions, West and East Greenland95
Giant sea-bed pockmarks: Evidence for gas escape from Belfast Bay, Maine95
High-sulfur magma, a product of fluid discharge from underlying mafic magma: Evidence from Mount Pinatubo, Philippines95
Valanginian isotope variation in glendonites and belemnites from Arctic Svalbard: Transient glacial temperatures during the Cretaceous greenhouse94
Climatic conditions during marine oxygen isotope stage 6 in the eastern Mediterranean region from the isotopic composition of speleothems of Soreq Cave, Israel94
Seismic reflections from the mantle represent relict subduction zones within the continental lithosphere94
Seven glacial cycles in the middle-late Pleistocene of northwest Europe: Geomorphic evidence from buried tunnel valleys94
Measured carbon dioxide emissions from Oldoinyo Lengai and the skewed distribution of passive volcanic fluxes94
Sheared Iherzolites: From the point of view of rock mechanics93
Hornblende peridotite xenoliths from central Mexico reveal the highly oxidized nature of subarc upper mantle93
High radiogenic heat–producing granites and metamorphism—An example from the western Mount Isa inlier, Australia93
Comparative radiocarbon dating of terrestrial plant macrofossils and aquatic moss from the “ice-free corridor” of western Canada93
Development of a continental forearc: A Cenozoic example from the Central Andes, northern Chile92
Using pluton ages to date regional deformations: Problems with commonly used criteria92
Coral islands defy sea-level rise over the past century: Records from a central Pacific atoll91
Isotopic fingerprints of microbial respiration in aragonite from Bahamian stromatolites91
Crustal structure of the Midcontinent rift system: Results from GLIMPCE deep seismic reflection profiles91
Interplate patchiness and subduction-erosion mechanisms: Evidence from depth-migrated seismic images at the central Ecuador convergent margin91
Cold glaciers erode and deposit: Evidence from Allan Hills, Antarctica91
Linking granulites, silicic magmatism, and crustal growth in arcs: Ion microprobe (zircon) U-Pb ages from the Hidaka metamorphic belt, Japan91
Microscale heterogeneity of Fe isotopes in >3.71 Ga banded iron formation from the Isua Greenstone Belt, southwest Greenland91
Giant iron-ore deposits of the Hamersley province related to the breakup of Paleoproterozoic Australia: New insights from in situ SHRIMP dating of baddeleyite from mafic intrusions91
New K-Ar ages of basalts from the Harrat Ash Shaam volcanic field in Jordan: Implications for the span and duration of the upper-mantle upwelling beneath the western Arabian plate90
Two isotopically distinct fluid components involved in the Mariana arc: Evidence from Nb/B ratios and B, Sr, Nd, and Pb isotope systematics90
Oceanic spreading center–hotspot interactions: Constraints from along-isochron bathymetric and gravity anomalies90
Untying the Kibaran knot: A reassessment of Mesoproterozoic correlations in southern Africa based on SHRIMP U-Pb data from the Irumide belt90
Physicochemical properties of alkali carbonatite lavas:Data from the 1988 eruption of Oldoinyo Lengai, Tanzania90
Seismic slip record in carbonate-bearing fault zones: An insight from high-velocity friction experiments on siderite gouge90
Episodic deposition and preservation of eolian sands: A late Paleozoic example from southeastern Utah90
Oxygenation and organic-matter preservation in marine sediments: Direct experimental evidence from ancient organic carbon–rich deposits89
Astronomical tuning of the Aptian Stage from Italian reference sections89
Biomarkers from Huronian oil-bearing fluid inclusions: An uncontaminated record of life before the Great Oxidation Event89
Use of selective degradation to separate preservation from productivity89
Formation of dolomite at 40–80 °C in the Latemar carbonate buildup, Dolomites, Italy, from clumped isotope thermometry89
Evolution of nonvolcanic rifted margins: New results from the conjugate margins of the Labrador Sea89
Thermal monitoring of North Pacific volcanoes from space89
Sea-level records at ∼ 80 ka from tectonically stable platforms: Florida and Bermuda88
Stratigraphic paleoecology: Bathymetric signatures and sequence overprint of mollusk associations from upper Quaternary sequences of the Po Plain, Italy88
Involvement of the Argentine Precordillera terrane in the Famatinian mobile belt: U-Pb SHRIMP and metamorphic evidence from the Sierra de Pie de Palo88
How wet was the Arctic Eocene rain forest? Estimates of precipitation from Paleogene Arctic macrofloras88
High-paleolatitude Late Cretaceous paleotemperatures: New data from James Ross Island, Antarctica88
Early hydrothermal carbon uptake by the upper oceanic crust: Insight from in situ U-Pb dating88
Reconstructing crustal thickness evolution from europium anomalies in detrital zircons88
Timing the breakup of a Proterozoic supercontinent: Evidence from Australian intracratonic basins87
Discovery of distal ejecta from the 1850 Ma Sudbury impact event87
Lithospheric wedging in the western Alps inferred from the ECORS-CROP traverse87
The role of SO4 in the switch from calcite to aragonite seas87
Determination of the dissolved anion composition of ancient lakes from fossil ostracodes87
Tertiary extensional faulting and evolving ductile-brittle transition zones in the northern Snake Range and vicinity: New insights from seismic data86
Neogene tectonics and plate convergence in the eastern Mediterranean: New data from southern Turkey86
Deep geometry of the Sudbury structure from seismic reflection profiling86
Overthrusting and sediment accretion along Kilauea's mobile south flank, Hawaii: Evidence for volcanic spreading from marine seismic reflection data86
An Early Carboniferous seep community and hydrocarbon-derived carbonates from the Harz Mountains, Germany86
Hydrothermal element fluxes from Copahue, Argentina: A “beehive” volcano in turmoil86
A late Quaternary record of vegetation from Lake Annie, south-central Florida86
Rapid ice sheet retreat triggered by ice stream debuttressing: Evidence from the North Sea85
Orogeny associated with anticlockwise P-T-t paths: Evidence from low-P, high-T metamorphic terranes in the Arunta inlier, central Australia85
Miocene to present kinematics of fault-bend folding across the Huerguosi anticline, northern Tianshan (China), derived from structural, seismic, and magnetostratigraphic data85
Southeast Asian sediments not from Asia: Provenance and geochronology of north Borneo sandstones85
Abnormal fluid pressures and fault-zone dilation in the Barbados accretionary prism: Evidence from logging while drilling85
40Ar/39Ar ages from the rhyolite of Alder Creek, California: Age of the Cobb Mountain Normal-Polarity Subchron revisited85
Regional Middle Proterozoic enrichment of the subcontinental mantle source of igneous rocks from central Montana85
Exposure ages from mountain dipsticks in Mac. Robertson Land, East Antarctica, indicate little change in ice-sheet thickness since the Last Glacial Maximum85
Terrestrial source to deep-sea sink sediment budgets at high and low sea levels: Insights from tectonically active Southern California84
Extension of Delamerian (Ross) orogen into western New Zealand: Evidence from zircon ages and implications for crustal growth along the Pacific margin of Gondwana84
Colloidal transport of gold and silica in epithermal precious-metal systems: Evidence from the Sleeper deposit, Nevada84
740 Ma vase-shaped microfossils from Yukon, Canada: Implications for Neoproterozoic chronology and biostratigraphy84
Demersal habitat of Late Cretaceous ammonoids: Evidence from oxygen isotopes for the Campanian (Late Cretaceous) northwestern Pacific thermal structure84
Testing for ice sheets during the mid-Cretaceous greenhouse using glassy foraminiferal calcite from the mid-Cenomanian tropics on Demerara Rise84
Intraplate shortening in the central Indian Ocean determined from a 2100-km-long north-south deep seismic reflection profile84
From passive margins to orogens: The link between ocean-continent transition zones and (ultra)high-pressure metamorphism83
Upper mantle beneath a young oceanic rift: Peridotites from the island of Zabargad (Red Sea)83
Diagenetic formation of bedded chert: Evidence from chemistry of the chert-shale couplet83
Estimation of fault propagation distance from fold shape: Implications for earthquake hazard assessment83
Metamorphic replacement of mineral inclusions in detrital zircon from Jack Hills, Australia: Implications for the Hadean Earth83
Yardea Dacite—Large-volume, high-temperature felsic volcanism from the Middle Proterozoic of South Australia83
Crustal-scale structure of the southern Rhinegraben from ECORS-DEKORP seismic reflection data83
A new constraint on the antiquity of anaerobic oxidation of methane: Late Pennsylvanian seep limestones from southern Namibia82
Multiple phases of carbon cycle disturbance from large igneous province formation at the Triassic-Jurassic transition82
Fluid flow during active oblique convergence: A Southern Alps model from mechanical and geochemical observations82
Hadean greenstones from the Nuvvuagittuq fold belt and the origin of the Earth's early continental crust82
Magma reservoirs from the upper crust to the Moho inferred from high-resolution Vp and Vs models beneath Mount St. Helens, Washington State, USA82
Raman and ion microscopic imagery of graphitic inclusions in apatite from older than 3830 Ma Akilia supracrustal rocks, west Greenland82
Development of coarse-grained facies in lacustrine rift basins: Examples from East Africa82
Origin and evolution of interdistributary delta plains; insights from Mekong River delta81
Tsunami geomorphology: Erosion and deposition from the 15 November 2006 Kuril Island tsunami81
Evidence for Late Jurassic release of methane from gas hydrate81
Lipid and carbon isotopic evidence of methane-oxidizing and sulfate-reducing bacteria in association with gas hydrates from the Gulf of Mexico81
Strontium and carbon isotopic evidence for decoupling of pCO2 from continental weathering at the apex of the late Paleozoic glaciation81
Rates of sediment delivery from the Fennoscandian Ice Sheet through an ice age81
Evidence for localized active extension in the central Apennines (Italy) from global positioning system observations81
Detecting earliest shortening and deformation advance in thrust belt hinterlands: Example from the Colombian Andes81
Magmatism and rift margin evolution: Evidence from northwest Australia81
Nd isotope disequilibrium during crustal anatexis: A record from the Goat Ranch migmatite complex, southern Sierra Nevada batholith, California80
Sedimentation of 13C-rich organic matter from Antarctic sea-ice algae: A potential indicator of past sea-ice extent80
Silica gel formation during fault slip: Evidence from the rock record80
Three-dimensional seismic data from the Barents Sea margin reveal evidence of past ice streams and their dynamics80
Dynamics of magma withdrawal from stratified magma chambers80
Mild Little Ice Age and unprecedented recent warmth in an 1800 year lake sediment record from Svalbard79
Evidence of early Holocene glacial advances in southern South America from cosmogenic surface-exposure dating79
Observations from the floor of a granitoid pluton: Inferences on the driving force of final emplacement79
Arid Central Asia saw mid-Holocene drought79
What allows seismic events to grow big?: Insights from b-value and fault roughness analysis in laboratory stick-slip experiments79
Frictional properties and sliding stability of the San Andreas fault from deep drill core79
Diverse organic-walled fossils, including “possible dinoflagellates,” from the early Neoproterozoic of arctic Canada79
Transition from arc to oceanic magmatism at the Kamchatka-Aleutian junction79
Constraints from fault roughness on the scale-dependent strength of rocks79
Rifting during separation of Eastern Avalonia from Gondwana: Evidence from subsidence analysis79
Ultrapotassic rocks and xenoliths from South Tibet: Contrasting styles of interaction between lithospheric mantle and asthenosphere during continental collision78
Submarine fissure eruptions and hydrothermal vents on the southern Juan de Fuca Ridge: Preliminary observations from the submersible Alvin78
Active circulation of saline ground waters in carbonate platforms: Evidence from the Great Bahama Bank78
Does the topographic distribution of the central Andean Puna Plateau result from climatic or geodynamic processes?78
Timing of recent out-of-sequence active deformation in the frontal Himalayan wedge: Insights from the Darjiling sub-Himalaya, India78
Diachronous dawn of Africa's Middle Stone Age: New 40Ar/39Ar ages from the Ethiopian Rift78
Origin of the island arc Moho transition zone via melt-rock reaction and its implications for intracrustal differentiation of island arcs: Evidence from the Jijal complex (Kohistan complex, northern P78
Pore-fluid Fe isotopes reflect the extent of benthic Fe redox recycling: Evidence from continental shelf and deep-sea sediments78
Detrital zircon U-Pb ages provide provenance and chronostratigraphic information from Eocene synorogenic deposits in northwestern Argentina78
Early Mesozoic subduction in the Eastern Mediterranean: Evidence from Triassic eclogite in northwest Turkey78
Constraints on age, erosion, and uplift of Neogene glacial deposits in the Transantarctic Mountains determined from in situ cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al77
Earth's copper resources estimated from tectonic diffusion of porphyry copper deposits77
Prehistorical record of cultural eutrophication from Crawford Lake, Canada77
Late Oligocene–early Miocene transformation of postcollisional magmatism in Tibet77
Pulsed oil discharge from a mud volcano77
Combined plate motion and density-driven flow in the asthenosphere beneath Saudi Arabia: Evidence from shear-wave splitting and seismic anisotropy76
New perspective on Aptian carbon isotope stratigraphy: Data from δ13C records of terrestrial organic matter76
Miocene crustal extension and uplift in southeastern Nevada: Constraints from fission track analysis76
Speleothem climate records from deep time? Exploring the potential with an example from the Permian76
U-Pb zircon ages from the southwestern Karoo Basin, South Africa--Implications for the Permian-Triassic boundary76
Past ice-sheet flow east of Svalbard inferred from streamlined subglacial landforms76
Present-day ultrahigh-pressure conditions of coesite inclusions in zircon and garnet: Evidence from laser Raman microspectroscopy76
Interrelations between intermediate-depth earthquakes and fluid flow within subducting oceanic plates: Constraints from eclogite facies pseudotachylytes76
Paleogene global cooling–induced temperature feedback on chemical weathering, as recorded in the northern Tibetan Plateau76
Evidence from Lake Lisan of solar influence on decadal- to centennial-scale climate variability during marine oxygen isotope stage 276
Neogene extension and basin deepening in the West Antarctic rift inferred from comparisons with the East African rift and other analogs76
Shifts in late Paleozoic atmospheric circulation over western equatorial Pangea: Insights from pedogenic mineral δ18O compositions76
Timing of Colorado Plateau uplift: Initial constraints from vesicular basalt-derived paleoelevations76
Cosmogenic dating ranging from 20 to 700 ka of a series of alluvial fan surfaces affected by the El Tigre fault, Argentina75
Formation of “Southern Component Water” in the Late Cretaceous: Evidence from Nd-isotopes75
Unusually Cu-rich magmas associated with giant porphyry copper deposits: Evidence from Bingham, Utah75
Species longevity as a function of niche breadth: Evidence from fossil crinoids75
Megatsunami deposits on Kohala volcano, Hawaii, from flank collapse of Mauna Loa75
Mafic magma recharge supplies high CO2 and SO2 gas fluxes from Popocatépetl volcano, Mexico75
Major Neogene fluctuations of the East Antarctic ice sheet: Stratigraphic evidence from the Lambert Glacier region75
Shoshonitic magmas in nascent arcs: New evidence from submarine volcanoes in the northern Marianas75
Early Triassic productivity crises delayed recovery from world’s worst mass extinction75
Folding of mylonitic zones in Cordilleran metamorphic core complexes: Evidence from near the mylonitic front75
Large and rapid climate variability during the Messinian salinity crisis: Evidence from deuterium concentrations of individual biomarkers74
Start of the last interglacial period at 135 ka: Evidence from a high Alpine speleothem74
Intrapermafrost gas hydrates from a deep core hole in the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada74
Asynchronous neoglaciation and Holocene climatic change reconstructed from Norwegian glaciolacustrine sedimentary sequences74
New insights into the genesis of Indian kimberlites from the Dharwar Craton via in situ Sr isotope analysis of groundmass perovskite74
Crustal structure and tectonics from the Los Angeles basin to the Mojave Desert, southern California74
K-T boundary extinction: Geologically instantaneous or gradual event? Evidence from deep-sea benthic foraminifera74
Paleosubduction geometries Inferred from Cretaceous and Tertiary magmatic patterns in southwestern North America74
40Ar/39Ar laser-probe dating by step heating and spot fusion of phengites from the Dora Maira nappe of the western Alps, Italy74
Discordant paleomagnetic poles from the Canadian Coast Plutonic Complex: Regional tilt rather than large-scale displacement?74
Three-dimensional seismic imaging of Paleogene dike-fed submarine volcanoes from the northeast Atlantic margin74
Stranded on a Late Cambrian shoreline: Medusae from central Wisconsin74
Displacive calcite: Evidence from recent and ancient calcretes74
Influence of exhumation on the structural evolution of transpressional plate boundaries: An example from the Southern Alps, New Zealand73
SPECIAL REPORT: Oxygen isotope composition of human tooth enamel from medieval Greenland: Linking climate and society73
Diamonds from the Popigai impact structure, Russia73
Aggregation-dominated ash settling from the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic cloud illuminated by field and laboratory high-speed imaging73
Marine osmium isotope record across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary from a Pacific pelagic site73
Sequence of sedimentation processes caused by the 1992 Flores tsunami: Evidence from Babi Island73
Mercury evidence of intense volcanic effects on land during the Permian-Triassic transition73
The scleritome of Eccentrotheca from the Lower Cambrian of South Australia: Lophophorate affinities and implications for tommotiid phylogeny73
Tectonic control on coarse-grained foreland-basin sequences: An example from the Cordilleran foreland basin, Utah73
Lithospheric thinning during the evolution of continental large igneous provinces: A case study from the North Atlantic Tertiary province73
Beyond EM-1: Lavas from Afanasy-Nikitin Rise and the Crozet Archipelago, Indian Ocean72
Does gold in orogenic deposits come from pyrite in deeply buried carbon-rich sediments?: Insight from volatiles in fluid inclusions72
Stress release in exhumed intermediate and deep earthquakes determined from ultramafic pseudotachylyte72
Pseudotachylyte from an ancient accretionary complex: Evidence for melt generation during seismic slip along a master décollement?72
Mantle metasomatism above subduction zones: Trace-element and radiogenic isotope characteristics of peridotite xenoliths from Batan Island (Philippines)71
Geologic consequences of plate reorganization: An example from the Eocene southern Alaska fore arc71
Direct dating of stromatolitic carbonates from the Schmidtsdrif Formation (Transvaal Dolomite), South Africa, with implications on the age of the Ventersdorp Supergroup71
Possible thermal buffering by crustal anatexis in collisional orogens: Thermobarometric evidence from the Nepalese Himalaya71
A terrestrial perspective on usingex situshocked zircons to date lunar impacts71
Characteristics of a sandy depositional lobe on the outer Mississippi fan from SeaMARC IA sidescan sonar images71
Magnetostratigraphic dating of shallow-water carbonates from San Salvador, Bahamas71
Strain transfer at continental scale from a transcurrent shear zone to a transpressional fold belt: The Patos-Seridó system, northeastern Brazil70
Late Quaternary extent of the West Antarctic ice sheet: New evidence from Ross Sea cores70
New Early Cambrian bilaterian embryos and larvae from China70
Evidence for Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary bolide “impact winter” conditions from New Jersey, USA70
Quantitative assessment of carbonate dissolution in marine sediments from foraminifer linings vs. shell ratios: Davis Strait, northwest North Atlantic70
Recovering tectonic events from the sedimentary record: Detrital monazite plays in high fidelity70
Remnants of Gondwanan continental lithosphere in oceanic upper mantle: Evidence from the South Atlantic Ridge70
Recycling detrital zircons: A case study from the Cretaceous Bisbee Group of southern Arizona70
Carbon dioxide in the Paleozoic atmosphere: Evidence from carbon-isotope compositions of pedogenic carbonate70
On the retrieval of lava-flow surface temperatures from infrared satellite data69
Paleoposition of the Intertropical Convergence Zone in the eastern Pacific inferred from glacial-interglacial changes in terrigenous and biogenic magnetic mineral fractions69
Permanent Quaternary hyperaridity in the Negev, Israel, resulting from regional tectonics blocking Mediterranean frontal systems69
Profile of a paleo-orogen: High topography across the present-day Basin and Range from 40 to 23 Ma68
High-resolution seismic reflection profiles from Lake Titicaca, Peru-Bolivia: Evidence for Holocene aridity in the tropical Andes68
Precambrian zircons from the Florida basement: A Gondwanan connection68
Positively correlated Nd and Sr isotope ratios of lavas from the Central American volcanic front68
Silurian δ13C stratigraphy: A view from North America68
Fireball passes and nothing burns—The role of thermal radiation in the Cretaceous-Tertiary event: Evidence from the charcoal record of North America68
Evidence for rhenium enrichment in the mantle wedge from submarine arc–like volcanic glasses (Papua New Guinea)68
How collision triggers backarc extension: Insight into Mediterranean style of extension from 3-D numerical models68
Altered former alkalic carbonatite lava from Oldoinyo Lengai, Tanzania: Inferences for calcite carbonatite lavas68
Genesis of Archean komatiites from Munro Township, Ontario: Trace-element evidence68
Evidence for melting mud in Earth’s mantle from extreme oxygen isotope signatures in zircon68
Isotope data from Cretaceous chalks and foraminifera: Environmental or diagenetic signals?68
Oceanic crust generated by elusive parents: Sr and Nd isotopes in basalt-peridotite pairs from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge68
Evidence of high water content in the deep upper mantle inferred from deformation microstructures68
How big was the Chesapeake Bay impact? Insight from numerical modeling68
Three-dimensional crustal structure of the southern Sierra Nevada from seismic fan profiles and gravity modeling68
New constraints on the origin of the Australian Great Barrier Reef: Results from an international project of deep coring67
A paleomagnetic pole position from the folded Upper Devonian Catskill red beds, and its tectonic implications67
Equivalent radiolarian ages from ophiolitic terranes of Cyprus and Oman67
Uplift and magma intrusion at Long Valley caldera from InSAR and gravity measurements67
Fluid mixing from below in unconformity-related hydrothermal ore deposits67
Arsenic evolution as a tool for understanding formation of pyritic gold ores67
Gas-driven filter pressing in magmas: Insights into in-situ melt segregation from crystal mushes67
Layered mafic sill complex beneath the eastern Snake River Plain: Evidence from cyclic geochemical variations in basalt67
Dating of shallow faults: New constraints from the AlpTransit tunnel site (Switzerland)67
Grounding-line retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet from inner Pine Island Bay66
Synchroneity of meltwater pulse 1a and the Bølling warming: New evidence from the South China Sea66
Fluid-controlled faulting process in the Asal Rift, Djibouti, from 8 yr of radar interferometry observations66
Syncollisional rapid granitic magma formation in an arc-arc collision zone: Evidence from the Tanzawa plutonic complex, Japan66
Multidirected ripple marks rising from biological and sedimentological processes in modern lower supratidal deposits (Mellum Island, southern North Sea)66
Cluster of water molecules in garnet from ultrahigh-pressure eclogite66
Millennial pulsing of environmental change in southern California from the past 24 k.y.: A record of Indo-Pacific ENSO events?66
Autogenic response of fluvial deltas to steady sea-level fall: Implications from flume-tank experiments66
How to recognize crescentic bedforms formed by supercritical turbidity currents in the geologic record: Insights from active submarine channels65
Geochemistry of late Cenozoic lavas from eastern Indonesia: Role of subducted sediments in petrogenesis65
Abrupt transition from magma-starved to magma-rich rifting in the eastern Black Sea65
Did the character of subduction change at the end of the Archean? Constraints from convergent-margin granitoids65
A new Burgess Shale–type assemblage from the “thin” Stephen Formation of the southern Canadian Rockies65
Fine-resolution pollen record of late-glacial climate reversal from New Zealand65
Conjugate margins of Canada and Europe: Results from deep reflection profiling64
How travertine veins grow from top to bottom and lift the rocks above them: The effect of crystallization force64
From continent to intra-oceanic arc: Zircon xenocrysts record the crustal evolution of the Solomon island arc64
A decadal record of underflows from a coastal river into the deep sea64
Deposition of highly crystalline graphite from moderate-temperature fluids64
Duration of large-magnitude explosive eruptions deduced from graded bedding in deep-sea ash layers64
Methane emission from mud volcanoes in eastern Azerbaijan64
Metasomatized lithospheric mantle for Mesozoic giant gold deposits in the North China craton64
Seafloor imagery from the BIG'95 debris flow, western Mediterranean64
Intermediate water formation in the Bering Sea during glacial periods: Evidence from neodymium isotope ratios64
Rare helical spheroidal fossils from the Doushantuo Lagerstätte: Ediacaran animal embryos come of age?64
Measuring flood output from 110 coastal watersheds in California with field measurements and SeaWiFS64
Chicxulub crater source for shocked zircon crystals from the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary layer, Saskatchewan: Evidence from new U-Pb data64
Shrinking of the Colorado Plateau via lithospheric mantle erosion: Evidence from Nd and Sr isotopes and geochronology of Neogene basalts64
Growth and retrograde zoning in garnets from high-grade, metapelites: Implications for pressure-temperature paths64
Interaction of a spreading ridge and an accretionary prism: Implications from MORB magmatism in the Hidaka magmatic zone, Hokkaido, Japan64
Collapse basin: A new type of extensional sedimentary basin from the Devonian of Norway64
Formation of accretionary prisms influenced by sediment subduction and supplied by sediments from adjacent continents64
Melting of a subduction-modified continental lithospheric, mantle: Evidence from Late Proterozoic mafic dike swarms, in central Australia63
High-δ13C Paleoproterozoic carbonates from the Transvaal Supergroup, South Africa63
Evolution of seaward-dipping reflectors at the onset of oceanic crust formation at volcanic passive margins: Insights from the South Atlantic63
Insights into surface runoff on early Mars from paleolake basin morphology and stratigraphy63
Ages of deformation from K/Ar and 40Ar/39Ar dating of white micas63
3.96 Ga zircons from an Archean quartzite, Beartooth Mountains, Montana63
Dating of zircon from Ti-clinohumite–bearing garnet peridotite: Implication for timing of mantle metasomatism63
From sediments to their source rocks: Hf and Nd isotopes in recent river sediments63
Holocene record of precipitation seasonality from lake calcite δ18O in the central Rocky Mountains, United States63
Uniquely extensive seismite from the latest Triassic of the United Kingdom: Evidence for bolide impact?63
Global CO2 emission from volcanic lakes63
Fluid mixing forms basement-hosted Pb-Zn deposits: Insight from metal and halogen geochemistry of individual fluid inclusions63
87Sr/86Sr stratigraphy from the Early Triassic of Zal, Iran: Linking temperature to weathering rates and the tempo of ecosystem recovery62
Late Pleistocene record of cyclic eolian activity from tropical Australia suggesting the Younger Dryas is not an unusual climatic event62
Model for K-bentonite formation: Evidence from zoned K-bentonites in the disturbed belt, Montana62
Small-scale convection during continental rifting: Evidence from the Rio Grande rift62
Apparent episodic crustal growth arising from a smoothly evolving mantle62
Detrital zircon provenance from the Neuquén Basin (south-central Andes): Cretaceous geodynamic evolution and sedimentary response in a retroarc-foreland basin62
Fast slip with inhibited temperature rise due to mineral dehydration: Evidence from experiments on gypsum62
New experiment to model self-organized critical transport and accumulation of melt and hydrocarbons from their source rocks62
Early Holocene sea-level record from submerged fossil reefs on the southeast Florida margin62
High curvatures drive river meandering62
Climatic variability in the eastern United States over the past millennium from Chesapeake Bay sediments62
Paleomagnetic determinations of vertical-axis tectonic rotations from Late Cretaceous and Paleocene strata of Bolivia62
Plume-modified orogeny: An example from the western United States62
Paleozoic and Mesozoic silica-rich seawater: Evidence from hematitic chert (jasper) deposits62
Subduction-stage pressure-temperature path of eclogite from the Sambagawa belt: Prophetic record for oceanic-ridge subduction61
Differential incision of the Grand Canyon related to Quaternary faulting—Constraints from U-series and Ar/Ar dating61
Multistage evolution of Australian subcontinental mantle: Re-Os isotopic constraints from Victorian mantle xenoliths61
Middle Oligocene cooling from equatorial Pacific DSDP Site 77B61
Lowstand rivers need not incise the shelf: An example from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, with implications for sequence stratigraphic models61
Origin of the copper-cobalt deposits of the Zambian Copperbelt: An epigenetic view from Nchanga61
Laser-probe 40Ar/39Ar investigation of a pseudotachylyte and its host rock from the Outer Isles thrust, Scotland61
Origin of calcite in syntectonic veins as determined from carbon-isotope ratios61
Sediment yield from disturbed earth systems61
Unusual upper mantle beneath Guaniamo, Guyana shield, Venezuela: Evidence from diamond inclusions61
Dynamic deformation of volcanic ejecta from the Toba caldera: Possible relevance to Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary phenomena61
Characterization of magma from inclusions in zircon: Apatite and biotite work well, feldspar less so61
Voluminous submarine lava flows from Hawaiian volcanoes61
Gold, arsenic, and copper zoning in pyrite: A record of fluid chemistry and growth kinetics61
Depth of oceanic-crust underplating in a subduction zone: Inferences from fluid-inclusion analyses of crack-seal veins60
New evidence for 250 Ma age of halotolerant bacterium from a Permian salt crystal60
Inferences on sediment strength and fault friction from structures at the Aleutian Trench60
Deep-ocean field test of methane hydrate formation from a remotely operated vehicle60
A rich Ediacaran assemblage from eastern Avalonia: Evidence of early widespread diversity in the deep ocean60
Phanerozoic sanukitoids from Caledonian Scotland: Implications for Archean subduction60
Constancy in the vegetation of the Amazon Basin during the late Pleistocene: Evidence from the organic matter composition of Amazon deep sea fan sediments60
Late glacial to middle Holocene climatic record of lacustrine biogenic silica oxygen isotopes from a Southern Ocean island60
Comparison of zircon and glass fission-track ages from tephra horizons60