Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems

(The TQCC of Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
A Global Data Set of Present‐Day Oceanic Crustal Age and Seafloor Spreading Parameters154
InterCarb: A Community Effort to Improve Interlaboratory Standardization of the Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometer Using Carbonate Standards120
Magmatic Response to Subduction Initiation, Part II: Boninites and Related Rocks of the Izu‐Bonin Arc From IODP Expedition 35258
Full Propagation of Analytical Uncertainties in Δ47 Measurements42
A Quantitative Tomotectonic Plate Reconstruction of Western North America and the Eastern Pacific Basin42
Slab Temperature Evolution Over the Lifetime of a Subduction Zone42
A Late Eocene‐Oligocene Through‐Flowing River Between the Upper Yangtze and South China Sea41
The Slab Puzzle of the Alpine‐Mediterranean Region: Insights From a New, High‐Resolution, Shear Wave Velocity Model of the Upper Mantle39
Formation of Continental Microplates Through Rift Linkage: Numerical Modeling and Its Application to the Flemish Cap and Sao Paulo Plateau37
The Evolving Paleobathymetry of the Circum‐Antarctic Southern Ocean Since 34 Ma: A Key to Understanding Past Cryosphere‐Ocean Developments37
The Deep Structure of the Alps Based on the CIFALPS Seismic Experiment: A Synthesis36
Reconstructing Magma Storage Depths for the 2018 Kı̄lauean Eruption From Melt Inclusion CO2 Contents: The Importance of Vapor Bubbles35
MARHYS (MARine HYdrothermal Solutions) Database: A Global Compilation of Marine Hydrothermal Vent Fluid, End Member, and Seawater Compositions35
A Lithosphere‐Asthenosphere Boundary and Partial Melt Estimated Using Marine Magnetotelluric Data at the Central Middle Atlantic Ridge33
Evaluating Zr/Rb Ratio From XRF Scanning as an Indicator of Grain‐Size Variations of Glaciomarine Sediments in the Southern Ocean31
AFRP20: New P‐Wavespeed Model for the African Mantle Reveals Two Whole‐Mantle Plumes Below East Africa and Neoproterozoic Modification of the Tanzania Craton30
Discovery of Active Hydrothermal Vent Fields Along the Central Indian Ridge, 8–12°S30
Native H2 Exploration in the Western Pyrenean Foothills29
Evolution of the Oceanic Lithosphere in the Equatorial Atlantic From Rayleigh Wave Tomography, Evidence for Small‐Scale Convection From the PI‐LAB Experiment28
High‐Sensitivity Moment Magnetometry With the Quantum Diamond Microscope28
The Seismicity of Indonesia and Tectonic Implications28
Spatial Characteristics of Recycled and Primordial Reservoirs in the Deep Mantle27
Magma Source Evolution Following Subduction Initiation: Evidence From the Element Concentrations, Stable Isotope Ratios, and Water Contents of Volcanic Glasses From the Bonin Forearc (IODP Expedition 27
Identification of Surface Deformation in InSAR Using Machine Learning27
Linking Intraplate Volcanism to Lithospheric Structure and Asthenospheric Flow26
Plume‐Induced Sinking of Intracontinental Lithospheric Mantle: An Overlooked Mechanism of Subduction Initiation?26
Accessory Mineral Eu Anomalies in Suprasolidus Rocks: Beyond Feldspar26
Do Olivine Crystallization Temperatures Faithfully Record Mantle Temperature Variability?25
Magmatic Processes in the East African Rift System: Insights From a 2015–2020 Sentinel‐1 InSAR Survey25
Hydrothermal Alteration on Composite Volcanoes: Mineralogy, Hyperspectral Imaging, and Aeromagnetic Study of Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand25
Implementation of an Alpha Damage Annealing Model for Zircon (U‐Th)/He Thermochronology With Comparison to a Zircon Fission Track Annealing Model25
The Most Parsimonious Ultralow‐Velocity Zone Distribution From Highly Anomalous SPdKS Waveforms24
Antarctic Geothermal Heat Flow Model: Aq124
Seismic Tomographic Imaging of the Eastern Mediterranean Mantle: Implications for Terminal‐Stage Subduction, the Uplift of Anatolia, and the Development of the North Anatolian Fault24
Two‐Dimensional Quantitative Comparison of Density Distributions in Detrital Geochronology and Geochemistry23
No Cretaceous‐Paleogene Boundary in Exposed Rajahmundry Traps: A Refined Chronology of the Longest Deccan Lava Flows From 40Ar/39Ar Dates, Magnetostratigraphy, and Biostratigraph23
Subduction‐Induced Back‐Arc Extension Versus Far‐Field Stretching: Contrasting Modes for Continental Marginal Break‐Up23
MATE: An Analysis Tool for the Interpretation of Magnetotelluric Models of the Mantle23
Evolution of the Southwest Australian Rifted Continental Margin During Breakup of East Gondwana: Results From International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 36923
Volcanic Unrest at Taupō Volcano in 2019: Causes, Mechanisms and Implications23
Global Patterns in Cratonic Mid‐Lithospheric Discontinuities From Sp Receiver Functions23
2D Hydro‐Mechanical‐Chemical Modeling of (De)hydration Reactions in Deforming Heterogeneous Rock: The Periclase‐Brucite Model Reaction22
Physical Sources of High‐Frequency Seismic Noise on Cascadia Initiative Ocean Bottom Seismometers22
South Atlantic Transect: Variations in Oceanic Crustal Structure at 31°S21
The Late Great Unconformity of the Central Canadian Shield21
Tracking Deep Sediment Underplating in a Fossil Subduction Margin: Implications for Interface Rheology and Mass and Volatile Recycling21
Tracking Dissolved Trace and Heavy Metals in the Ganga River From Source to Sink: A Baseline to Judge Future Changes21
Coseismic Surface Displacement in the 2019 Ridgecrest Earthquakes: Comparison of Field Measurements and Optical Image Correlation Results20
Tungsten Isotope Composition of Archean Crustal Reservoirs and Implications for Terrestrial μ182W Evolution20
Insights Into the Origins and Compositions of Mantle Plumes: A Comparison of Galápagos and Hawai'i20
Hydrogeologic and Geochemical Distinctions in Freshwater‐Brine Systems of an Andean Salar20
Hysteresis of Natural Magnetite Ensembles: Micromagnetics of Silicate‐Hosted Magnetite Inclusions Based on Focused‐Ion‐Beam Nanotomography20
The Christmas 2018 Eruption at Mount Etna: Enlightening How the Volcano Factory Works Through a Multiparametric Inspection19
Prototethyan Accretionary Orogenesis Along the East Gondwana Periphery: New Insights From the Early Paleozoic Igneous and Sedimentary Rocks in the Sibumasu19
Late Cretaceous Ridge Reorganization, Microplate Formation, and the Evolution of the Rio Grande Rise – Walvis Ridge Hot Spot Twins, South Atlantic Ocean19
Burying Earth's Primitive Mantle in the Slab Graveyard19
Combined Seismic and Geodetic Analysis Before, During, and After the 2018 Mount Etna Eruption19
Covariation of Slab Tracers, Volatiles, and Oxidation During Subduction Initiation19
Soil and Air Temperature Calibrations Using Branched GDGTs for the Tropical Andes of Colombia: Toward a Pan‐Tropical Calibration19
Discovery of Mega‐Sheath Folds Flooring the Liwan Subbasin (South China Sea): Implications for the Rheology of Hyperextended Crust18
The Medial Offshore Record of Explosive Volcanism Along the Central to Eastern Aegean Volcanic Arc: 2. Tephra Ages and Volumes, Eruption Magnitudes and Marine Sedimentation Rate Variations18
Structural Control, Evolution, and Accumulation Rates of Massive Sulfides in the TAG Hydrothermal Field18
Intercomparison of XRF Core Scanning Results From Seven Labs and Approaches to Practical Calibration18
Thermal Constraints on the Longevity, Depth, and Vertical Extent of Magmatic Systems18
Insight Into the Early Exhumation of the Cycladic Blueschist Unit, Syros, Greece: Combined Application of Zoned Garnet Geochronology, Thermodynamic Modeling, and Quartz Elastic Barometry18
Global Whole Lithosphere Isostasy: Implications for Surface Elevations, Structure, Strength, and Densities of the Continental Lithosphere18
The Malawi Active Fault Database: An Onshore‐Offshore Database for Regional Assessment of Seismic Hazard and Tectonic Evolution18
Cenozoic Dynamic Topography of Madagascar18
Locating Fully Locked Asperities Along the South America Subduction Megathrust: A New Physical Interseismic Inversion Approach in a Bayesian Framework18
Synchronizing Geomagnetic Field Intensity Records in the Levant Between the 23rd and 15th Centuries BCE: Chronological and Methodological Implications17
Displacement Accumulation and Sampling of Paleoearthquakes on Active Normal Faults of Crete in the Eastern Mediterranean17
Frictional and Lithological Controls on Shallow Slow Slip at the Northern Hikurangi Margin17
Lateral Variations in Lower Crustal Strength Control the Temporal Evolution of Mountain Ranges: Examples From South‐East Tibet17
Rheology of Metasedimentary Rocks at the Base of the Subduction Seismogenic Zone17
Event Trees and Epistemic Uncertainty in Long‐Term Volcanic Hazard Assessment of Rift Volcanoes: The Example of Aluto (Central Ethiopia)17
The Isotopic Composition of Silver in Ore Minerals17
Insights Into Magma Storage Beneath a Frequently Erupting Arc Volcano (Villarrica, Chile) From Unsupervised Machine Learning Analysis of Mineral Compositions17
Mantle Transition Zone Structure Beneath Myanmar and Its Geodynamic Implications17
Sulfur_X: A Model of Sulfur Degassing During Magma Ascent17
Discriminating Tectonic Setting of Igneous Rocks Using Biotite Major Element chemistry−A Machine Learning Approach17
Segment‐Scale Seismicity of the Ultraslow Spreading Knipovich Ridge17
MAGEMin, an Efficient Gibbs Energy Minimizer: Application to Igneous Systems16
Fine‐Scale Structure of Earth's Deep Mantle Resolved Through Statistical Analysis of Hawaiian Basalt Geochemistry16
Primordial Helium‐3 Exchange Between Earth's Core and Mantle16
Effects of Tibetan Plateau Growth, Paratethys Sea Retreat and Global Cooling on the East Asian Climate by the Early Miocene16
Crust and Upper Mantle Structure of the South China Sea and Adjacent Areas From the Joint Inversion of Ambient Noise and Earthquake Surface Wave Dispersions16
What Controls Maximum Magnitudes of Giant Subduction Earthquakes?16
Strong ULVZ and Slab Interaction at the Northeastern Edge of the Pacific LLSVP Favors Plume Generation16
Shallow Seismicity and the Classification of Structures in the Lau Back‐Arc Basin16
Upper Mantle Anisotropic Shear Velocity Structure at the Equatorial Mid‐Atlantic Ridge Constrained by Rayleigh Wave Group Velocity Analysis From the PI‐LAB Experiment16
Radiogenic Power and Geoneutrino Luminosity of the Earth and Other Terrestrial Bodies Through Time16
Multidisciplinary Constraints on the Thermal‐Chemical Boundary Between Earth's Core and Mantle16
The Systematics of Chlorine, Lithium, and Boron andδ37Cl,δ7Li, and δ11B in the Hydrothermal System of the Yellowstone Plateau Volcanic Field16
Biomarker Distributions in (Sub)‐Arctic Surface Sediments and Their Potential for Sea Ice Reconstructions16
Crustal Accretion in a Slow Spreading Back‐Arc Basin: Insights From the Mado Megamullion Oceanic Core Complex in the Shikoku Basin15
Thermal and Compositional Anomalies of the Australian Upper Mantle From Seismic and Gravity Data15
Synchronous Sedimentation in Gonjo Basin, Southeast Tibet in Response to India‐Asia Collision Constrained by Magnetostratigraphy15
Simulation of Natural Iron Oxide Alteration in Soil: Conversion of Synthetic Ferrihydrite to Hematite Without Artificial Dopants, Observed With Magnetic Methods15
Linking Subsurface to Surface Using Gas Emission and Melt Inclusion Data at Mount Cleveland Volcano, Alaska15
EdgePhase: A Deep Learning Model for Multi‐Station Seismic Phase Picking15
Internal Water Facilitates Thermal Resetting of Clumped Isotopes in Biogenic Aragonite15
Understanding Nonideal Paleointensity Recording in Igneous Rocks: Insights From Aging Experiments on Lava Samples and the Causes and Consequences of “Fragile” Curvature in Arai Plots15
Strain Localization in the Root of Detachment Faults at a Melt‐Starved Mid‐Ocean Ridge: A Microstructural Study of Abyssal Peridotites From the Southwest Indian Ridge15
Mechanism for Deep Crustal Seismicity: Insight From Modeling of Deformation Processes at the Main Ethiopian Rift15
The Alaska Convergent Margin Backstop Splay Fault Zone, a Potential Large Tsunami Generator Between the Frontal Prism and Continental Framework15
Combined Lithophile‐Siderophile Isotopic Constraints on Hadean Processes Preserved in Ocean Island Basalt Sources15
Covariant Giant Gaussian Process Models With Improved Reproduction of Palaeosecular Variation15
Glacial‐Isostatic Adjustment Models Using Geodynamically Constrained 3D Earth Structures15
Geodetic Monitoring at Axial Seamount Since Its 2015 Eruption Reveals a Waning Magma Supply and Tightly Linked Rates of Deformation and Seismicity15
High‐Resolution P‐T‐Time Paths Across Himalayan Faults Exposed Along the Bhagirathi Transect NW India: Implications for the Construction of the Himalayan Orogen and Ongoing Deformation15
Tectonic Controls on Block Rotation and Sheeted Sill Emplacement in the Xigaze Ophiolite (Tibet): The Construction Mode of Slow‐Spreading and Ultraslow‐Spreading Oceanic Crusts15
Quartz Vein Geochemistry Records Deformation Processes in Convergent Zones14
Modeling Lithospheric Deformation Using a Compressible Visco‐Elasto‐Viscoplastic Rheology and the Effective Viscosity Approach14
Earthquake Swarms, Slow Slip and Fault Interactions at the Western‐End of the Hellenic Subduction System Precede the Mw 6.9 Zakynthos Earthquake, Greece14
A Single Dras‐Kohistan‐Ladakh Arc Revealed by Volcaniclastic Records14
Body‐Wave Tomographic Imaging of the Turkana Depression: Implications for Rift Development and Plume‐Lithosphere Interactions14
Source Region Geochemistry From Unmixing Downstream Sedimentary Elemental Compositions14
Tectonics of the Papua‐Woodlark Region14
Influence of Data Filters on the Position and Precision of Paleomagnetic Poles: What Is the Optimal Sampling Strategy?14
Biomagnetic Characterization of Air Pollution Particulates in Lahore, Pakistan14
Bayesian Seismic Refraction Inversion for Critical Zone Science and Near‐Surface Applications13
Space‐Time Stress Variations on the Palu‐Koro Fault Impacting the 2018 Mw 7.5 Palu Earthquake and Its Seismic Hazards13
Cyclic Brittle‐Ductile Oscillations Recorded in Exhumed High‐Pressure Continental Units: A Record of Deep Episodic Tremor and Slow Slip Events in the Northern Apennines13
Cycling of CO2 and N2 Along the Hikurangi Subduction Margin, New Zealand: An Integrated Geological, Theoretical, and Isotopic Approach13
Size and Composition of the MORB+OIB Mantle Reservoir13
Timescales of Partial Melting and Melt Crystallization in the Eastern Himalayan Orogen: Insights From Zircon Petrochronology13
Effect of Lateral and Stress‐Dependent Viscosity Variations on GIA Induced Uplift Rates in the Amundsen Sea Embayment13
Pressure‐to‐Depth Conversion Models for Metamorphic Rocks: Derivation and Applications13
Seismic Evidence for a Hot Mantle Transition Zone Beneath the Indian Ocean Geoid Low13
Changing Mantle Sources and the Effects of Crustal Passage on the Steens Basalt, SE Oregon: Chemical and Isotopic Constraints13
Field‐Based Evidence for Intra‐Slab High‐Permeability Channel Formation at Eclogite‐Facies Conditions During Subduction13
A Combined Model for Kinetic Clumped Isotope Effects in the CaCO3‐DIC‐H2O System13
Explosive Activity on Kīlauea's Lower East Rift Zone Fueled by a Volatile‐Rich, Dacitic Melt13
Coupled Evolution of Plate Tectonics and Basal Mantle Structure13
Kinematics of Footwall Exhumation at Oceanic Detachment faults: Solid‐Block Rotation and Apparent Unbending12
Modeling of Seismic Anisotropy Observations Reveals Plausible Lowermost Mantle Flow Directions Beneath Siberia12
Equilibrated Gas and Carbonate Standard‐Derived Dual (Δ47 and Δ48) Clumped Isotope Values12
Isotopic Evidence for Multiple Recycled Sulfur Reservoirs in the Mangaia Mantle Plume12
Deposition History and Paleo‐Current Activity on the Southeastern Lomonosov Ridge and its Eurasian Flank Based on Seismic Data12
Applications and Limitations of Elastic Thermobarometry: Insights From Elastic Modeling of Inclusion‐Host Pairs and Example Case Studies12
The Medial Offshore Record of Explosive Volcanism Along the Central to Eastern Aegean Volcanic Arc: 1. Tephrostratigraphic Correlations12
Structural Controls on Crustal Fluid Circulation and Hot Spring Geochemistry Above a Flat‐Slab Subduction Zone, Peru12
Lithium Storage and Release From Lacustrine Sediments: Implications for Lithium Enrichment and Sustainability in Continental Brines12
Crustal SiO2 Content of the Emeishan Large Igneous Province and its Implications for Magma Volume and Plumbing System12
Insights Into Deep Mantle Thermochemical Contributions to African Magmatism From Converted Seismic Phases12
Combining Petrology and Seismology to Unravel the Plumbing System of a Typical Arc Volcano: An Example From Marapi, West Sumatra, Indonesia12
Cu‐Isotope Evidence for Subduction Modification of Lithospheric Mantle12
Geophysical and Geochemical Constraints on Neogene‐Recent Volcanism in the North American Cordillera12
Quaternary Volcanism in Myanmar: A Record of Indian Slab Tearing in a Transition Zone From Oceanic to Continental Subduction12
Extreme Heterogeneity in Mid‐Ocean Ridge Mantle Revealed in Lavas From the 8°20′N Near‐Axis Seamount Chain12
Chemical Geodynamics Insights From a Machine Learning Approach12
Thermal Structure of Eastern Australia's Upper Mantle and Its Relationship to Cenozoic Volcanic Activity and Dynamic Topography12
Mapping the Thermal Structure of Southern Africa From Curie Depth Estimates Based on Wavelet Analysis of Magnetic Data With Uncertainties11
Evidence of Rapid Phenocryst Growth of Olivine During Ascent in Basalts From the Big Pine Volcanic Field: Application of Olivine‐Melt Thermometry and Hygrometry at the Liquidus11
Active Degassing of Deeply Sourced Fluids in Central Europe: New Evidences From a Geochemical Study in Serbia11
Constraining Mantle Viscosity Structure From a Statistical Analysis of Slab Stagnation Events11
Filling the Gap in Cascadia: The Emergence of Low‐Amplitude Long‐Term Slow Slip11
Slow Geodynamics and Fast Morphotectonics in the Far East Tethys11
Backarc Lithospheric Thickness and Serpentine Stability Control Slab‐Mantle Coupling Depths in Subduction Zones11
Efficient Extraction of Past Seawater Pb and Nd Isotope Signatures From Southern Ocean Sediments11
Chemical Weathering of Loess and Its Contribution to Global Alkalinity Fluxes to the Coastal Zone During the Last Glacial Maximum, Mid‐Holocene, and Present11
Nanoscale Imaging of High‐Field Magnetic Hysteresis in Meteoritic Metal Using X‐Ray Holography11
Eocene (46–44 Ma) Onset of Australia‐Pacific Plate Motion in the Southwest Pacific Inferred From Stratigraphy in New Caledonia and New Zealand11
Neogene Development of the Terror Rift, Western Ross Sea, Antarctica11
Systematic Mapping of Upper Mantle Seismic Discontinuities Beneath Northeastern North America11
Evolution of (Bio‐)Geochemical Processes and Diagenetic Alteration of Sediments Along the Tectonic Migration of Ocean Floor in the Shikoku Basin off Japan11
Paleosecular Variation and the Time‐Averaged Geomagnetic Field Since 10 Ma11
Amphibious Shear Wave Structure Beneath the Alaska‐Aleutian Subduction Zone From Ambient Noise Tomography11
Subduction Dynamics and Mantle Pressure: 2. Towards a Global Understanding of Slab Dip and Upper Mantle Circulation11
Paleogene Sedimentary Records of the Paleo‐Jinshajiang (Upper Yangtze) in the Jianchuan Basin, Yunnan, SW China11
Magma Chamber Detected Beneath an Arc Volcano With Full‐Waveform Inversion of Active‐Source Seismic Data11
Imaging the Whole‐Lithosphere Architecture of a Mineral System—Geophysical Signatures of the Sources and Pathways of Ore‐Forming Fluids11
Reconciling Geophysical and Petrological Estimates of the Thermal Structure of Southern Tibet11
Laboratory Assessment of the Impact of Chemical Oxidation, Mineral Dissolution, and Heating on the Nitrogen Isotopic Composition of Fossil‐Bound Organic Matter11
Dating the Northwest Shelf of Australia Since the Pliocene11
The Probability of Mantle Plumes in Global Tomographic Models11
Interaction of the Indian and Asian Plates Under the Pamir and Hindu‐Kush Regions: Insights From 3‐D Shear Wave Velocity and Anisotropic Structures11
Embrittlement Within Viscous Shear Zones Across the Base of the Subduction Thrust Seismogenic Zone11
Rayleigh Wave Attenuation Tomography in the Crust of the Chinese Mainland10
Scratching the Surface: A Marine Sediment Provenance Record From the Continental Slope of Central Wilkes Land, East Antarctica10
Provenance Shifts During Neogene Brahmaputra Delta Progradation Tied to Coupled Climate and Tectonic Change in the Eastern Himalaya10
Upper Mantle Shear Wave Velocity Structure of Southeastern China: Seismic Evidence for Magma Activities in the Late Mesozoic to the Cenozoic10
Salt Diapir‐Driven Recycling of Gas Hydrate10
A Pulsed Oxygenation in Terminal Paleoproterozoic Ocean: Evidence From the Transition Between the Chuanlinggou and Tuanshanzi Formations, North China10
Machine Learning Reveals Source Compositions of Intraplate Basaltic Rocks10
Continental Magmatism: The Surface Manifestation of Dynamic Interactions Between Cratonic Lithosphere, Mantle Plumes and Edge‐Driven Convection10
New Crustal Vs Model Along an Array in South‐East China: Seismic Characters and Paleo‐Tethys Continental Amalgamation10
Landslides in the Upper Submarine Slopes of Volcanic Islands: The Central Azores10
Metamorphic Facies and Deformation Fabrics Diagnostic of Subduction: Insights From 2D Numerical Models10
On the Evolution and Fate of Sediment Diapirs in Subduction Zones10
Multidisciplinary Constraints on Magma Compressibility, the Pre‐Eruptive Exsolved Volatile Fraction, and the H2O/CO2 Molar Ratio for the 2006 Augustine Eruption, Alaska10
Thermolab: A Thermodynamics Laboratory for Nonlinear Transport Processes in Open Systems10
Long‐Term Lithospheric Strength and Upper‐Plate Seismicity in the Southern Central Andes, 29°–39°S10
Hydrogeochemical Evidence of Earthquake‐Induced Anomalies in Response to the 2017 MW 5.5 Pohang Earthquake in Korea10
Subduction and Slab Detachment Under Moving Trenches During Ongoing India‐Asia Convergence10
Crust and Upper Mantle Structure Beneath the Eastern United States10
Effects of the Laschamps Excursion on Geomagnetic Cutoff Rigidities10
Lithospheric Boundaries and Upper Mantle Structure Beneath Southern Africa Imaged by P and S Wave Velocity Models10
A Role for Subducted Oceanic Crust in Generating the Depleted Mid‐Ocean Ridge Basalt Mantle10
Using Volatile Element Concentration Profiles in Crystal‐Hosted Melt Embayments to Estimate Magma Decompression Rate: Assumptions and Inherited Errors10
Lowermost Mantle Structure Beneath the Central Pacific Ocean: Ultralow Velocity Zones and Seismic Anisotropy10
An Early Neogene—Early Quaternary Contourite Drift System on the SW Barents Sea Continental Margin, Norwegian Arctic10
Extent and Volume of Lava Flows Erupted at 9°50′N, East Pacific Rise in 2005–2006 From Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Surveys10
Relative Structural Complexity of Plate‐Boundary Fault Systems Controls Incremental Slip‐Rate Behavior of Major Strike‐Slip Faults10
Quantifying the Water‐to‐Melt Mass Ratio and Its Impact on Eruption Plumes During Explosive Hydromagmatic Eruptions10
The Influence of the North Anatolian Fault and a Fragmenting Slab Architecture on Upper Mantle Seismic Anisotropy in the Eastern Mediterranean10
Insights on Controlling Factors of Hydraulically Induced Seismicity in the Duvernay East Shale Basin10
The Impact of Life on Climate Stabilization Over Different Timescales10
A Complex Mantle Plume Head Below East Africa‐Arabia Shaped by the Lithosphere‐Asthenosphere Boundary Topography10
Global Constraints on Intermediate‐Depth Intraslab Stresses From Slab Geometries and Mechanisms of Double Seismic Zone Earthquakes9
HBIs and Sterols in Surface Sediments Across the East Siberian Sea: Implications for Palaeo Sea‐Ice Reconstructions9
Magnetic Surveys With Unmanned Aerial Systems: Software for Assessing and Comparing the Accuracy of Different Sensor Systems, Suspension Designs and Compensation Methods9
Evolution of a Shallow Volcanic Arc Pluton During Arc Migration: A Tectono‐Thermal Integrated Study of the St. Martin Granodiorites (Northern Lesser Antilles)9
Slow‐to‐Fast Deformation in Mafic Fault Rocks on an Active Low‐Angle Normal Fault, Woodlark Rift, SE Papua New Guinea9
Seismological and Geophysical Signatures of the Deep Crustal Magma Systems of the Cenozoic Volcanic Fields Beneath the Eifel, Germany9
Raman Spectral Shifts in Naturally Faulted Rocks9
Subduction Initiation by Plume‐Plateau Interaction: Insights From Numerical Models9
DFENS: Diffusion Chronometry Using Finite Elements and Nested Sampling9
Chemical Nature of Hydrothermal Fluids Generated by Serpentinization and Carbonation of Komatiite: Implications for H2‐Rich Hydrothermal System and Ocean Chemistry in the Early Earth9
Earth's Magnetic Field Strength and the Cretaceous Normal Superchron: New Data From Costa Rica9
Quantification of Eruption Dynamics on the North Rift at Axial Seamount, Juan de Fuca Ridge9
Heat Generation in Cratonic Mantle Roots—New Trace Element Constraints From Mantle Xenoliths and Implications for Cratonic Geotherms9
Fingerprinting Kinetic Isotope Effects and Diagenetic Exchange Reactions Using Fluid Inclusion and Dual‐Clumped Isotope Analysis9
Megathrust Shear Modulated by Albite Metasomatism in Subduction Mélanges9
Upper‐Mantle Anisotropy and Dynamics Beneath Northeast Asia: Insight From SKS and Local S Splitting Analysis9
Heralds of Future Volcanism: Swarms of Microseismicity Beneath the Submarine Kolumbo Volcano Indicate Opening of Near‐Vertical Fractures Exploited by Ascending Melts9
Review of Geochronologic and Geochemical Data of the Greater Antilles Volcanic Arc and Implications for the Evolution of Oceanic Arcs9
Iridium Communications Satellite Constellation Data for Study of Earth's Magnetic Field9
Modeling the Viscosity of Anhydrous and Hydrous Volcanic Melts9
Influence of Subduction Zone Dynamics on Interface Shear Stress and Potential Relationship With Seismogenic Behavior9
Constraints on Element Mobility During Deformation Within the Seismogenic Zone, Shimanto Belt, Japan9
Fluid‐Mediated Mass Transfer Between Mafic and Ultramafic Rocks in Subduction Zones9
Influence of Magnetofossils on Paleointensity Estimations Inferred From Principal Component Analyses of First‐Order Reversal Curve Diagrams for Sediments From the Western Equatorial Pacific9
Estimation of Physiological Factors Controlling Carbon Isotope Fractionation in Coccolithophores in Photic Zone and Core‐Top Samples9
Basalt Geochemistry and Mantle Flow During Early Backarc Basin Evolution: Havre Trough and Kermadec Arc, Southwest Pacific9
Heterogeneous Sediment Input at the Nankai Trough Subduction Zone: Implications for Shallow Slow Earthquake Localization9
Development of the Nyika Plateau, Malawi: A Long Lived Paleo‐Surface or a Contemporary Feature of the East African Rift?9
Melt Focusing Along Permeability Barriers at Subduction Zones and the Location of Volcanic Arcs9
Lateral Velocity Gradients in the African Lower Mantle Inferred From Slowness Space Observations of Multipathing9
SKS Splitting and Upper Mantle Anisotropy Beneath the Southern New England Appalachians: Constraints From the Dense SEISConn Array9
Anisotropy Variations in the Alaska Subduction Zone Based on Shear‐Wave Splitting From Intraslab Earthquakes9
PetroChron Antarctica: A Geological Database for Interdisciplinary Use9
Application of a Premelting Model to the Lithosphere‐Asthenosphere Boundary9
Advanced Newton Methods for Geodynamical Models of Stokes Flow With Viscoplastic Rheologies9
Thallium Isotope Fractionation During Magma Degassing: Evidence From Experiments and Kamchatka Arc Lavas9
Regional Geophysics of the Caribbean and Northern South America: Implications for Tectonics9
A Preliminary Framework for Magmatism in Modern Continental Back‐Arc Basins and Its Application to the Triassic‐Jurassic Tectonic Evolution of the Caucasus9
A Global Set of Subduction Zone Earthquake Scenarios and Recurrence Intervals Inferred From Geodetically Constrained Block Models of Interseismic Coupling Distributions9
Geomagnetic Paleointensity Around 30 Ma Estimated From Afro‐Arabian Large Igneous Province9
Comparison of Laser Ablation and Solution‐Based ICP‐MS Results for Individual Foraminifer Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca Analyses9