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2005001: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 5. Viscous fingering during replenishment of felsic magma chambers by continuous inputs of mafic magmas: Field evidence and fluid-mechanics experiments; senior author: Perugini. File size: 7 p., about 818 KB.


2005002: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 17. Tempo of burial and exhumation within the deep roots of a magmatic arc, Fiordland, New Zealand; senior author: Flowers. File size: 7 p., about 680 KB.


2005003: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 21. Permeability of fine-grained rocks: New evidence from chalks; senior author: Mallon. File size: 1 p., about 56 KB.


2005004: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 25. Transition from arc to oceanic magmatism at the Kamchatka-Aleutian junction; senior author: Portnyagin. File size: 16 p., about 741 KB.


2005005: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 41. Neoproterozoic S isotopes, the evolution of microbial S species, and the burial efficiency of sulfide as sedimentary pyrite; senior author: Hurtgen. File size: 1 p., about 86 KB.


2005006: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 45. Hf isotopes of MARID (mica-amphibole-rutile-ilmenite-diopside) rutile trace metasomatic processes in the lithospheric mantle; senior author: Choukroun. File size: 2 p., about 80 KB.


2005007: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 49. Patchy deposits of Cenozoic pelagic sediments in the central Pacific; senior author: Mitchell. File size: 2 p., about 1260 KB.


2005008: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 53. Nd isotope disequilibrium during crustal anatexis: A record from the Goat Range migmatite complex, southern Sierra Nevada batholith, California; senior author: Zeng. File size: 3 p., about 1031 KB.


2005009: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 65. Evolution of fluid compartmentalization in a detachment fold complex; senior author: Lefticariu. File size: 6 p., about 127 KB.


2005010: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 73. Evidence for solar forcing of sea-surface temperature on the North Icelandic Shelf during the late Holocene; senior author: Jiang. File size: 7 p., about 207 KB.


2005011: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 97. Mutlifractal and white noise evolutionary dynamics in Jurassic-Cretaceous Ammonoidea; senior author: Yacobucci. File size: 18 p., about 111 KB.


2005012: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 101. Evidence for temporally changing mechanical stratigraphy and effects on joint-network architecture; senior author: Shackleton. File size: 3 p., about 156 KB.


2005013: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 105. First evidence for ultrahigh-pressure garnet periodite in the North American Cordillera; senior author: MacKenzie. File size: 10 p., about 218 KB.


2005014: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 109. Long-lived glaciation in the Late Ordovician?: Isotopic and sequence-stratigraphic evidence from western Laurentia; senior author: Saltzman. File size: 8 p., about 388 KB.


2005015: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 129. Role of partial melting in the evolution of the Sulu (eastern China) ultrahigh-pressure terrane; senior author: Wallis. File size: 5 p., about 215 KB.


2005016: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 133. Cosmogenically enabled sediment budgeting; senior author: Nichols. File size: 8 p., about 232 KB.


2005017: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 149. Late Quaternary intensified monsoon phases control landscape evolution in the northwest Himalaya; senior author: Bookhagen. File size: 2 p., about 128 KB.


2005018: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 157. Structure of the penultimate deglaciation along the California margin and implications for Milankovitch theory; senior author: Cannariato. File size: 20 p., about 658 KB.


2004019: Map and Chart, 2005, Vol. CSM001, p. 1. Geologic Map of North America-Perspectives and explanation; senior author:John C. Reed Jr.. File size: 71 p., about 579 KB.


2005020: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 32. High-resolution delta13C stratigraphy of the Chuar Group (ca. 770-742 Ma), Grand Canyon: Implications for mid-Neoproterozoic climate change; senior author: C.M. Dehler. File size: 11 p., about 59 KB.


2005021: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 67. Episodic arc migration, crustal thickening, subduction erosion, and magmatism in the south-central Andes; senior author: Suzanne Mahlburg Kay. File size: 14 p., about 102 KB.


2005022: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 89. Trench-parallel shortening in the Northern Chilean Forearc: Tectonic and climatic implications; senior author: Richard W. Allmendinger. File size: 2 p., about 24 KB.


2005023: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 105. Timing of subduction and exhumation along the Cambrian East Gondwana margin, and the formation of Paleozoic backarc basins; senior author: David A. Foster. File size: 2 p., about 14 KB.


2005024: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 117. Continental collisions and the creation of ultrahigh-pressure terranes: Petrology and thermochronology of nappes in the central Scandinavian Caledonides; senior author: Bradley R. Hacker. File size: 15 p., about 533 KB.


2005025: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 135. Structural evolution of fault zones in sandstone by multiple deformation mechanisms: Moab fault, southeast Utah; senior author: Nicholas C. Davatzes. File size: 3 p., about 748 KB.


2005026: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 161. Physical weathering in arid landscapes due to diurnal variation in the direction of solar heating; senior author: L.D. McFadden. File size: 47 p., about 72 KB.


2005027: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 195. Spatial and temporal patterns in fluvial recovery following volcanic eruptions: Channel response to basin-wide sediment loading at Mount Pinatubo, Philippines; senior author: Karen B. Gran. File size: 1 p., about 19 KB.


2005028: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 244. A statistical approach to estimate the 3D size distribution of spheres from 2D size distributions; senior author: Maiying Kong. File size: 1 p., about 15 KB.


2005029: Special Paper 384, 2005, p. 281. Are there signs of a large Paleocene impact, preserved around Disko Bay, West Greenland? Nuussuaq spherule beds origin by impact instead of volcanic eruption?; senior author: A.P. Jones. File size: 8 p., about 72 KB.


2005030: GSA Today, 2005, Vol. 15, p. 4. Subduction zone backarcs, mobile belts, and orogenic heat; senior author: R.D. Hyndman. File size: 5 p., about 139 KB.


2005031: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 169. Brucite microbialites in living coral skeletons: Indicators of extreme microenvironments in shallow-marine settings; senior author: Nothdurft. File size: 2 p., about 145 KB.


2005032: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 173. Early Holocene retreat of the George VI Ice Shelft, Antarctic Peninsula; senior author: Bentley. File size: 2 p., about 96 KB.


2005033: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 177. Miocene semidiurnal tidal rhythmites in Madre de Dios, Peru; senior author: Hovikoski. File size: 2 p., about 374 KB.


2005034: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 185. A Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary age and mid-ocean-ridge-type mantle source for Shatsky Rise; senior author: Mahoney. File size: 6 p., about 106 KB.


2005035: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 189. Summer temperatures of Late Eocene to Early Oligocene fresh waters; senior author: Grimes. File size: 28 p., about 215 KB.


2005036: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 193. Discovery of distal ejecta from the 1850 Ma Sudbury impact event; senior author: Addison. File size: 12 p., about 2389 KB.


2005037: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 217. SO2 and fine aerosol dispersion from the Kilauea plume, Kau district, Hawaii, USA; senior author: Longo. File size: 8 p., about 167 KB.


2005038: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 221. Isostatic rebound due to glacial erosion within the Transantarctic Mountains; senior author: Stern. File size: 4 p., about 1008 KB.


2005039: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 225. Major orogenic gold episode associated with Cordilleran-style tectonics related to the assembly of Paleoproterozoic Australia?; senior author: Sener. File size: 2 p., about 106 KB.


2005040: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 233. Late Paleozoic-Mesozoic tectonics of Dinarides revisited: Implications from 40Ar/39Ar dating of detrital white micas; senior author: Ilic. File size: 11 p., about 221 KB.


2005041: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 237. Evidence of early Holocene glacial advances in southern South America from cosmogenic surface-exposure dating; senior author: Douglass. File size: 10 p., about 345 KB.


2005042: Map and Chart Series, 2005, MCH094 Geological map (scale 1:200,000) of the northern Main Ethiopian Rift and its implications for the volcano-tectonic evolution of the rift; senior author:Tsegaye Abebe. File size: 5 p., about 115 KB.


2005043: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 249. Oxygen isotope compositions as a tracer for the origins of rubies and sapphires; senior author: Giuliani. File size: 14 p., about 115 KB.


2005044: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 253. The slab portal beneath the western Aleutians; senior author: Levin. File size: 2 p., about 179 KB.


2005045: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 257. A 40,000 year unchanging seismic regime in the Dead Sea rift; senior author: Begin. File size: 4 p., about 134 KB.


2005046: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 261. Dating large, infrequent earthquakes by damaged cave deposits; senior author: Kagan. File size: 9 p., about 133 KB.


2005047: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 265. New evidence for 250 Ma age of halotolerant bacterium from a Permian salt crystal; senior author: Satterfield. File size: 3 p., about 66 KB.


2005048: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 285. Strength reversal in Europe's intraplate lithosphere: Transition from basin inversion to lithospheric folding; senior author: Cloetingh. File size: 2 p., about 135 KB.


2005049: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 289. Mountains, monsoons, and megafans; senior author: Leier. File size: 4 p., about 112 KB.


2005050: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 293. Spinel-bearing spherules condensed from the Chicxulub impact-vapor plume; senior author: Ebel. File size: p., about KB.


2005051: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 309. Provenance of Eocene foreland-basin sediments, Nepal: Constraints to the timing and diachroneity of early Himalayan orogenesis; senior author: Najman. File size: 5 p., about 602 KB.


2005052: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 313. Oxygen isotope evidence for the late Cenozoic development of an orographic rain shadow in eastern Washington, United States; senior author: Takeuchi. File size: 4 p., about 195 KB.


2005053: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 321. Oligocene-Miocene age of aridity in the Atacama Desert revealed by exposure dating of erosion sensitive landforms; senior author: Dunai. File size: 6 p., about 331 KB.


2005054: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 333. Pedogenic carbonate proxies for amount and seasonality of precipitation in paleosols; senior author: Retallack. File size: 20 p., about 120 KB.


2005055: Special Paper 388, 2005, p. 11. Global seismic structure maps; senior author: J. Ritsema. File size: 50 p., about 1753 KB.


2005056: Special Paper 388, 2005, p. 71. Ages of seamounts, islands and plateaus on the Pacific Plate; senior author:V. Clouard. File size: 62 p., about 222 KB.


2005057: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 459. U-Pb zircon geochronology of Paleoproterozoic plutons from the northern midcontinent, USA: Evidence for subduction flip and continued convergence after geon 18 Penokean orogenesis; senior author: Daniel K. Holm. File size: 17 p., about 79 KB.


2005058: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 276. Using U-Pb ages of Miocene tufa for correlation in a terrestrial succession, Barstow Formation, California; senior author: Jennifer M. Cole. File size: 1 p., about 27 KB.


2005059: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 288. Timing and development of the Heise Volcanic Field, Snake River Plain, Idaho, western USA; senior author: Lisa A. Morgan. File size: 17 p., about 116 KB.


2005060: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 354. 3D seismic reflection mapping of the Silverpit multi-ringed crater, North Sea; senior author: S.A. Stewart. AVI format is compatible with most systems and players. To download videos, right-click and choose "save target as". Macintosh users can option-click to download.
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2005061: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 396. Mesozoic sedimentary evolution of the northwest Sichuan basin: Implication for continued clockwise rotation of the South China block; senior author: Qing-Ren Meng. File size: 11 p., about 68 KB.


2005062: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 466. U-Pb detrital-zircon geochronology of northern Salinian basement and cover rocks; senior author: David L. Barbeau. File size: 11 p., about 69 KB.


2005063: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 515. Suspended sediment sources and transport distances in the Yellowstone River basin; senior author: Peter J. Whiting. File size: 9 p., about 93 KB.


2005064: Geology, 2005, Vol. e74. Online Forum; senior author: J.D. Archibald. File size: 1 p., about 106 KB.


2005065: GSA Today, 2005, Vol. 15, no. 4/5, p. 4. Old images record landscape change through time; senior author: P.R. Bierman. File size: 1 p., about 60 KB.


2005066: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 345. Seismic imaging of a hot upwelling beneath the British Isles; senior author: Arrowsmith. File size: 4 p., about 516 KB.


2005067: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 357. Cooling of the lower oceanic crust; senior author: Maclennan. File size: 3 p., about 98 KB.


2005068: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 365. 60 k.y. record of extension across the western boundary of the Basin and Range province: Estimate of slip rates from offset shoreline terraces and a catastrophic slide beneath Lake Tahoe; senior author: Kent. File size: 11 p., about 400 KB.


2005069: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 377. Paleoenvironmental interpretation of lake-margin deposits using delta13C and delta18O results from early Pleistocene carbonate rhizoliths, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania; senior author: Liutkus. File size: 4 p., about 58 KB.


2005070: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 385. Reconstruction of a large deep-crustal terrane: Implications for the Snowbird tectonic zone and early growth of Laurentia; senior author: Mahan. File size: 3 p., about 1140 KB.


2005071: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 393. Jurassic oceanic lithosphere beneath the southern Ontong Java Plateau: Evidence from xenoliths in alnöite, Malaita, Solomon Islands; senior author: Ishikawa. File size: 5 p., about 313 KB.


2005072: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 397. Massive release of hydrogen sulfide to the survace ocean and atmosphere during intervals of oceanic anoxia; senior author: Kump. File size: 1 p., about 77 KB.


2005073: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 413. Low-latitude glaciation in the Neoproterozoic of Oman; senior author: Kilner. File size: 1 p., about 58 KB.


2005074: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 417. New surveys of the Chesapeake Bay impact structure suggest melt pockets and target-structure effect; senior author: Shah. File size: 2 p., about 251 KB.


2005075: Geology, 2005, No. 5, p. 421. Pressure, temperature, and composition history of syntectonic fluids in a low-grade metamorphic terrane; senior author: Goldstein. File size: 6 p., about 1543 KB.


2005076: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 547. Syntectonic Cenozoic sedimentation in the northern middle Magdalena Valley Basin of Colombia and implications for exhumation of the Northern Andes; senior author: Elías Gómez. File size: 1 p., about 22 KB.


2005077: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 570. Sedimentology and provenance of the Upper Jurassic Naknek Formation, Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska: Bearings on the accretionary tectonic history of the Wrangellia composite terrane; senior author: Jeffrey M. Trop. File size: 6 p., about 145 KB.


2005078: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 620. Geochemical correlation in deltaic successions: A reality check; senior author: Colin P. North. File size: 2 p., about 26 KB.


2005079: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 633. Radioisotopic and biostratigraphic age relations in the Coast Range Ophiolite, northern California: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Western Cordillera; senior author: John W. Shervais. File size: 14 p., about 67 KB.


2005080: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 707. Variations in exhumation level and uplift rate along the oblique-slip Alpine fault, central Southern Alps, New Zealand; senior author: Timothy A. Little. File size: 10 p., about 102 KB.


2005081: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 747. Evolution of the Cordilleran orogen (southwestern Alberta, Canada) inferred from detrital mineral geochronology, geochemistry, and Nd isotopes in the foreland basin; senior author: Gerald Ross. File size: 27 p., about 730 KB.


2005082: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 764. Fold-thrust belt evolution expressed in an internal thrust sheet, Sevier orogen: The role of cataclastic flow; senior author: Zeshan Ismat. File size: 4 p., about 50 KB.


2005083: GSA Bulletin, 2005, No. 5/6, p. 783. Rates and time scales of clay-mineral formation by weathering in Saprolitic Regoliths of the southern Appalachians from geochemical mass balance; senior author: Jason R. Price. File size: 11 p., about 43 KB.


2005084: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 437. North Atlantic warming during global cooing at the end of the Cretaceous; senior author: MacLeod. File size: 18 p., about 466 KB.


2005085: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 453. What sets topographic relief in extensional footwalls?; senior author: Densmore. File size: 1 p., about 30 KB.


2005086: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 457. Sr isotope disequilibrium in Columbia River flood basalts: Evidence for rapid shallow-level open-system processes; senior author: Ramos. File size: 2 p., about 95 KB.


2005087: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 461. Linking desert evolution and coastal upwelling: Pliocene climate change in Namibia; senior author: Dupont. File size: 39 p., about 58 KB.


2005088: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 465. Cenozoic K-rich adakitic volcanic rocks in the Hohxil area, northern Tibet: Lower-crustal melting in an intracontinental setting; senior author: Wang. File size: 7 p., about 350 KB.


2005089: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 473. U-Pb sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe ages from the Doushantuo Formation in south China: Constraints on late Neoproterozoic glaciations; senior author: Zhang. File size: 7 p., about 989 KB.


2005090: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 477. Constraints on landscape evolution from slope histograms; senior author: Wolinsky. File size: 3 p., about 135 KB.


2005091: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 481. Global dominance of coralline red-algal facies: A response to Miocene oceanographic events; senior author: Halfar. File size: 6 p., about 85 KB.


2005092: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 485. U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope systematics of zircons from the Mississippi River sand: Implications for reworking and growth of continental crust; senior author: Iizuka. File size: 15 p., about 255 KB.


2005093: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 505. Kinematics of the northern Walker Lane: An incipient transform fault along the Pacific-North American plate boundary; senior author: Faulds. File size: 38 p., about 564 KB.


2005094: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 509. Holocene loess deposition in Iceland: Evidence for millennial-scale atmosphere-ocean coupling in the North Atlantic; senior author: Jackson. File size: 11 p., about 668 KB.


2005095: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 513. Exsolved magnetite inclusions in silicates: Features determining their remanence behavior; senior author: Feinberg. File size: 4 p., about 270 KB.


2005096: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 521. Three-dimensional geologic map of the Hayward fault, northern California: Correlation of rock units with variations in seismicity, creep rate, and fault dip; senior author: Graymer. File size: 2 p., about 1512 KB.


2005097: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 525. Late Cenozoic uplift of southeastern Tibet; senior author: Clark. File size: 12 p., about 829 KB.


2005098: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 846. Evolution of a volcanic rifted margin: Southern Red Sea, Ethiopia; senior author: Ellen Wolfenden. File size: 16 p., about 960 KB.


2005099: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 865. Cretaceous-Tertiary shortening, basin development, and volcanism in central Tibet; senior author: Paul Kapp. File size: 7 p., about 56 KB.


2005100: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 879. Mapping granite and gneiss in domes along the North Himalayan antiform with ASTER SWIR band ratios; senior author: Doyle R. Watts. File size: 1 p., about 15 KB.


2005101: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 902. Stratigraphic and geochemical evolution of an oceanic arc upper crustal section: The Jurassic Talkeetna Volcanic Formation, south-central Alaska; senior author: Peter D. Clift. File size: 6 p., about 51 KB.


2005102: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 926. Isotopic and structural constraints on the location of the Main Central thrust in the Annapurna Range, central Nepal Himalaya; senior author: Aaron J. Martin. File size: 12 p., about 69 KB.


2005103: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 962. Evidence for 65 km of dextral slip across Owens Valley, California, since 83 Ma; senior author: Andrew R.C. Kylander-Clark. File size: 8 p., about 49 KB.


2005104: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 987. Age of the Los Ranchos Formation, Dominican Republic: Timing and tectonic setting of primitive island arc volcanism in the Caribbean region; senior author: Stephen E. Kesler. File size: 1 p., about 146 KB.


2005105: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 1009. Tsunami history of an Oregon coastal lake reveals a 4600 yr record of great earthquakes on the Cascadia subduction zone; senior author: Harvey M. Kelsey. File size: 5 p., about 254 KB.


2005106: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 1051. Late Quaternary eolian and alluvial response to paleoclimate, Canyonlands, southeastern Utah; senior author: Marith C. Reheis. File size: 15 p., about 124 KB.


2005107: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 1070. Present-day tilting of the Great Lakes region based on water level gauges; senior author: Andre Mainville. File size: 9 p., about 57 KB.


2005108: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 1081. Glacioeustatic changes in the early and middle Eocene (51-42 Ma): Shallow-water stratigraphy from ODP Leg 189 Site 1171 (South Tasman Rise) and deep-sea delta-18O records; senior author: Stephan F. Pekar. File size: 3 p., about 32 KB.


2005109: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 117, p. 1108. Cosmogenic exposure dating of late Pleistocene moraine stabilization in Alaska; senior author: Jason P. Briner. File size: 2 p., about 31 KB.


2005110: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 529. Sources of the large A.D. 1202 and 1759 Near East earthquake; senior author: Daeron. File size: 3 p., about 1537 KB.


2005111: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 541. Active geothermal systems with entrained seawater as modern analogs for transitional volcanic-hosted massive sulfide and continental magmato-hydrothermal mineralization: The example of Milos Island, Greece; senior author: Naden. File size: 4 p., about 41 KB.


2005112: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 549. Sr, Nd, and Pb isotope evidence for a mantle origin of alkali chlorides and carbonates in the Udachnaya kimberlite, Siberia; senior author: Maas. File size: 4 p., about 156 KB.


2005113: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 569. Phase-lagged amplitude modulation of hemipelagic cycles: A potential tool for recognition and analysis of sea level change; senior author: Laurin. File size: 155 p., about 2366 KB.


2005114: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 573. Phosphorus, nitrogen, and the redox evolution of the Paleozoic oceans; senior author: Saltzman. File size: 6 p., about 421 KB.


2005115: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 577. 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 intrusions; senior author: Mueller. File size: 11 p., about 130 KB.


2005116: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 601. Potassic-ultrapotassic mafic rocks delineate two lithospheric mantle blocks beneath the South Peruvian Altiplano; senior author: Carleir. File size: 6 p., about 215 KB.


2005117: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 609. Continental extension: From core complexes to rigid block faulting; senior author: Rosenbaum. File size: 4 p., about 3318 KB.


2005118: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 617. What drives orogeny in the Andes?; senior author: Sobolev. File size: 3 p., about 260 KB.


2005119: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 621. Different modes of the Late Cenozoic shortening in the Central Andes: Insight from numerical thermo-mechanical modeling; senior author: Babeyko. File size: 2 p., about 125 KB.


2005120: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 633. Time scale of magma differentiation in arcs from protactinium-radium isotopic data; senior author: Asmerom. File size: 3 p., about 58 KB.


2005121: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 637. An Amazonian Mesoproterozoic basement in the core of the Ibero-Armorican Arc: 40Ar/39Ar detrital mica ages complement the zircon's tale; senior author: Gutierrez-Alonso. File size: 9 p., about 202 KB.


2005122: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 641. Termination of a fossil continent-ocean fracture zone imaged with three-dimensional seismic data: The Chain Fracture Zone, eastern equatorial Atlantic; senior author: Davies. File size: 1 p., about 1710 KB.


2005123: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 649. Dining in the Pleistocene-Who's on the menu?; senior author: Kohn. File size: 5 p., about KB.


2005124: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 657. Fluid density control on vapor-liquid partitioning of metals in hydrothermal systems; senior author: Pokrovski. File size: 9 p., about 36 KB.


2005125: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 673. Contrasting styles of Proterozoic crustal evolution: A hot-plate tectonic model for Australian terranes; senior author: McLaren. File size: 6 p., about 56 KB.


2005126: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 677. Late Quaternary sea surface temperatures in the western Coral Sea: Implications for the growth of the Australian Great Barrier Reef; senior author: Lawrence. File size: 1 p., about 23 KB.


2005127: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 661. Terrestrial-marine carbon cycle coupling in ~500-m.y.-old phosphatic brachiopods; senior author: Cowan. File size: 2 p., about 30 KB.


2005128: Geology, 2005, Vol. 8, p. 689. From tectonically to erosionally controlled development of the Himalayan orogen; senior author: Thiede. File size: 5 p., about 161 KB.


2005129: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 701. Climate controlled variations in scree production, Southern Alps, New Zealand; senior author: Hales. File size: 2 p., about 203 KB.


2005130: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 713. Carbon isotopes from fossil packrat pellets and elevational movements of Utah Agave plants reveal Younger Dryas cold period in Grand Canyon, Arizona; senior author: Cole. File size: 7 p., about 209 KB.


2005131: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 721. Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary deposits at Loma Capiro, Central Cuba: Evidence for the Chicxulub impact; senior author: Alegret. File size: 3 p., about 174 KB.


2005132: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 725. U-Pb zircon age constraints on the Hamersley spherule beds: Evidence for a single 2.63 Ga Jeerinah-Carawine impact ejecta layer; senior author: Rasmussen. File size: 7 p., about 68 KB.


2005133: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 729. Taphonomic tradeoffs in tropical marine death assemblages: Differential time-averaging, shell loss, and probable bias in siliciclastic versus carbonate facies; senior author: Kidwell. File size: 29 p., about 455 KB.


2005134: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 737. Hafnium systematics of the Mariana arc: Evidence for sediment melt and residual phases; senior author: Tollstrup. File size: 4 p., about 215 KB.


2005135: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 741. Width of Mantle Deformation across a Continental Transform: Evidence from Upper Mantle (Pn) Seismic Anisotropy Measurements; senior author: Stern and Baldock. File size: 2 p., about 30 KB.


2005136: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 745. The Karoo Large Igneous Province: Brevity, origin, and relation with mass extinction questioned by new 40Ar/39Ar age data; senior author: Jourdan. File size: 8 p., about 277 KB.


2005137: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 749. Mid Cretaceous pCO2 based on stomata of the extinct conifer Pseudofrenelopsis (Cheirolepidiaceae); senior author: Haworth. File size: 2 p., about 218 KB.


2005138: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 1. The Mojave-Sonora megashear-Field and analytical studies leading to the conception and evolution of the hypothesis; senior author: T.H. Anderson. File size: 2 p., about 2370 KB.


2005139: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 51. Jurassic rocks in Sonora, Mexico: Relations to the Mojave-Sonora megashear and its inferred northwestward extension; senior author: T.H. Anderson. File size: 3 p., about 4477 KB.


2005140: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 97. Pull-apart basins at releasing bends of the sinistral Late Jurassic Mojave-Sonora fault system; senior author: T.H. Anderson. File size: 1 p., about 6618 KB.


2005141: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 329. Middle Jurassic Topawa Group, Baboquivari Mountains, south-central Arizona: Volcanic and sedimentary record of deep basins within the Jurassic magmatic arc; senior author: G.B. Haxel. File size: 3 p., about 117 KB.


2005142: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 377. Tectonic setting of the Glance Conglomerate along the Sawmill Canyon Fault Zone, southern Arizona: A sequence analysis of an intra-arc strike-slip basin; senior author: K.N. Bassett. File size: 1 p., about 32 KB.


2005143: Special Paper 393, 2005, p. 521. A reconstruction of late Miocene to Recent transtension in the southwestern United States and northwesternmost Mexico; senior author: J.A. Dembosky. File size: 4 p., about 51,512 KB.


2005144: Special Paper, 2005, Vol. 394, p. 91. Overview of radiometric ages in three allochthonous belts of northern Venezuela: Old ones, new ones, and their impact on regional geology; senior author: V.B. Sisson. File size: 11 p., about 133 KB.


2005145: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1156. Source of Oligocene to Pliocene sedimentary rocks in the Linxia basin in northeastern Tibet from Nd isotopes: Implications for tectonic forcing of climate; senior author: Carmala N. Garzione. File size: 3 p., about 16 KB.


2005146: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1181. Toward a Neoproterozoic composite carbon-isotope record; senior author: Galen P. Halverson. File size: 52 p., about 386 KB.


2005147: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1226. Basin physiography and tectonic influence on sequence architecture and stacking pattern: Pleistocene succession of the Canoa Basin (central Ecuador); senior author: Claudio Di Celma. File size: 8 p., about 34 KB.


2005148: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1272. Development of the Colombian foreland-basin system as a consequence of diachronous exhumation of the northern Andes; senior author: Elías Gómez. File size: 9 p., about 1078 KB.


2005149: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1293. Structural evolution of the Yushu-Nangqian region and its relationship to syncollisional igneous activity, east-central Tibet; senior author: Matthew S. Spurlin. File size: 6 p., about 42 KB.


2005150: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1336. 40Ar/39Ar thermochronological evidence for formation and Mesozoic evolution of the northern-central segment of the Altyn Tagh fault system in the northern Tibetan Plateau; senior author: Yu Wang. File size: 8 p., about 67 KB.


2005151: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 9, p. 1347. Contrasting tectonothermal domains and faulting in the Potomac terrane, Virginia-Maryland—discrimination by 40Ar/39Ar and fission-track thermochronology; senior author: Michael J. Kunk. File size: 10 p., about 44 KB.


2005152: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 971. Grenville age magmatism at the South Tasman Rise (Australia): A new piercing point for the reconstruction of Rodinia; senior author: Fioretti et al.. File size: 9 p., about 971 KB.


2005153: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 773. Isotopic dating of the migration of a low-grade metamorphic front during orogenesis; senior author: Rasmussen et al.. File size: 38 p., about 392 KB.


2005154: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 777. The Central Andean Rotation Pattern: Evidence of an anomalous domain in the forearc of northern Chile from paleomagnetic rotations; senior author: Taylor et al. File size: 12 p., about 97 KB.


2005155: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 781. Granite emplacement during tectonic exhumation: The Adirondack example; senior author: Selleck et al. File size: 7 p., about 21 KB.


2005156: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 785. Amplitude and timing of sea surface temperature change in the northern South China Sea: dynamic link to the East Asian Monsoon; senior author: Oppo and Sun. File size: 15 p., about 119 KB.


2005157: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 789. Orbitally forced Lofer cycles in the Dachstein Limestone of the Julian Alps (northeast Italy); senior author: Cozzi et al. File size: 1 p., about 780 KB.


2005158: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 793. Rapid decompression-driven crystallisation recorded by melt inclusions from Mount St. Helens volcano; senior author: Blundy and Cashman. File size: 6 p., about 296 KB.


2005159: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 797. Hf isotopes in zircon reveal contrasting sources and crystallisation histories for alkaline to peralkaline granites of Temora, southeastern Australia; senior author: Kemp et al. File size: 7 p., about 259 KB.


2005160: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 801. Grain coarsening maps: A new tool to predict microfabric evolution of polymineralic rocks; senior author: Herwegh et al. File size: 6 p., about 83 KB.


2005161: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 813. Variability of Southwest Indian Summer Monsoon precipitation during the Bølling-Ållerød; senior author: Cannariato et al. File size: 5 p., about 345 KB.


2005162: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 821. Large-volume, low δ18O rhyolites of the central Snake River Plain, Idaho, USA; senior author: Boroughs and Wolff. File size: 10 p., about 221 KB.


2005163: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 825. Mercury Isotope Fractionation in Fossil Hydrothermal Systems; senior author: Smith et al. File size: 1 p., about 76 KB.


2005164: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 833. (226Ra)/(230Th) excess generated in the lower crust: Implications for magma transport and storage time scales; senior author: Dufek and Cooper. File size: 9 p., about 124 KB.


2005165: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 837. Short time scales of magmatic assimilation from diffusion modeling of multiple elements in olivine; senior author: Costa and Dungan. File size: 2 p., about 2 KB.


2005166: GSA Today, 2005, Vol. 12, p. 4. The non-equilibrium Landscape of the Sierra Nevada, California; senior author: M. Clark. File size: 12 p., about 491 KB.


2005167: Special Paper, 2005, Vol. 396, p. 147. The development of fluid instabilities and preferred pathways in lava flow interiors: Insights from analog experiments and fractal analysis; senior author: S.W. Anderson. File size: 3 p., about 88 KB.


2005168: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 845. Possible distinguishing characteristics of very deepwater explosive and effusive silicic volcanism; senior author: Busby. File size: 5 p., about 94 KB.


2005169: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 853. North-south extension in the Tibetan crust triggered by granite emplacement; senior author: Wallis. File size: 4 p., about 173 KB.


2005170: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 865. Deposition of Banded Iron Formations by Phototrophic Fe(II)-Oxidizing Bacteria; senior author: Newman. File size: 3 p., about 26 KB.


2005171: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 869. Fingerprinting the water site in mantle olivine; senior author: Berry. File size: 3 p., about 160 KB.


2005172: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 885. Immiscible iron- and silica-rich melts in basalt petrogenesis documented in the Skaergaard intrusion; senior author: Jakobsen. File size: 5 p., about 26 KB.


2005173: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 893. The origin of chromitites in layered intrusions: Evidence from chromite-hosted melt inclusions from the Stillwater Complex; senior author: Spandler. File size: 3 p., about 113 KB.


2005174: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 897. Basanite to phonolite differentiation within 1550-1750 years: U-Th-Ra isotopic evidence from the 1585 A.D. eruption on La Palma, Canary Islands; senior author: Johansen. File size: 8 p., about 1066 KB.


2005175: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 901. First paleoseismological constraints on the strongest earthquake in France (Provence) in the twentieth century; senior author: Chardon. File size: 1 p., about 470 KB.


2005176: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 905. Bending the Bolivian Orocline in Real-time; senior author: Allmendinger. File size: 2 p., about 2 KB.


2005177: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 909. Deposition of playa windblown dust over geologic time scales; senior author: Pelletier. File size: 7 p., about 526 KB.


2005178: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 913. Organic molecules formed in a "primordial womb"; senior author: Williams. File size: 1 p., about 11 KB.


2005179: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 917. A Process Based Model Linking Pocket Gopher (Thomomys Bottae) Activity To Sediment Transport And Soil Thickness; senior author: Yoo. File size: 7 p., about 325 KB.


2005180: Special Paper, 2005, Vol. 394, p. 251. Thrust belt interpretation of the Serranía del Interior and Maturín subbasin, Eastern Venezuela; senior author: E.J. Hung. File size: 4 p., about 982 KB.


2005181: Special Paper, 2005, Vol. 394, p. 271. Tectonic and thermal history of the western Serranía del Interior foreland fold and thrust belt and Guárico basin, north-central Venezuela: Implications of new apatite fission-track analysis and seismic interpretation; senior author: J.Pérez de Armas. File size: 1 p., about 868 KB.


2005182: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 921. Nb-depleted andesites from the Pacific-Antarctic rise as analogs for early continental crust; senior author: Haase et al.. File size: 3 p., about 90 KB.


2005183: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 925. How big was the Chesapeake Bay impact? Insight from numerical modeling; senior authors: Collins and Wunnemannn. AVI format is compatible with most systems and players. To download videos, right-click and choose "save target as". Macintosh users can option-click to download.
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2005184: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 941. Catastrophic soil erosion during the end-Permian biotic crisis; senior author: Sephton et al.. File size: 2 p., about 78 KB.


2005185: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 945. The Odessa Meteorite Craters; senior author: Holliday et al.. File size: 10 p., about 121 KB.


2005186: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 949. The Illusion of Diffusion: Field Evidence for Depth Dependent Sediment Transport; senior author: Heimsath et al.. File size: 6 p., about 221 KB.


2005187: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 953. Rapid determination of Pb isotopes to define Precambrian allochthonous terranes: An example from West Greenland; senior author: Connelly and Thrane. File size: 12 p., about 300 KB.


2005188: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 977. Biomarker records of late Neogene changes in northeast African vegetation; senior author: Feakins et al.. File size: 1 p., about 66 KB.


2005189: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 981. Holocene African droughts relate to East-equatorial Atlantic cooling; senior author: Wealdab et al.. File size: 7 p., about 60 KB.


2005190: Geology, 2005, Vol. 33, p. 989. Active strike-slip faulting in El Salvador (Central America); senior author: Corti at al.. File size: 8 p., about 2344 KB.


2005191: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1379. An ostracode based paleolimnologic and paleohydrologic history of Death Valley: 200 to 0 ka; senior author: Richard M. Forester. File size: 11 p., about 24 KB.


2005192: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1387. Geochemistry of Neoarchean (ca. 2.55-2.50 Ga) volcanic and ophiolitic rocks in the Wutaishan greenstone belt, central orogenic belt, North China craton; senior author: Ali Polat. File size: 3 p., about 23 KB.


2005193: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1413. Geochemical constraints on the origin of the Annieopsquotch ophiolite belt, Newfoundland Appalachians; senior author: C. Johan Lissenberg. File size: 8 p., about 38 KB.


2005194: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1466. Late Pleistocene eolian history of the Liwa region, Arabian Peninsula; senior author: Stephen Stokes. File size: 37 p., about 121 KB.


2005195: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1513. Insights from the Talysh of Azerbaijan into the Paleogene evolution of the South Caspian region; senior author: Stephen J. Vincent. File size: 35 p., about 208 KB.


2005196: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1573. Tectonic inferences from the ca. 1255-1100 Ma Unkar Group and Nankoweap Formation, Grand Canyon: Intracratonic deformation and basin formation during protracted Grenville orogenesis; senior author: J. Michael Timmons. File size: 32 p., about 171 KB.


2005197: GSA Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 11, p. 1596. Stratigraphic record across a retroarc basin inversion: Rocas Verdes-Magallanes Basin, Patagonian Andes, Chile; senior author: Andrea Fildani. File size: 3 p., about 22 KB.


2005198: Geosphere, 2005, v. 1, no. 1, p. 42. Improved methods for quantitative analysis of three-dimensional porphyroblastic textures; senior author: Richard A. Ketcham. File size: 1 p., about 285 KB. There are multiple movie files (.mov) associated with this Data Repository item, and require QuickTime player to view. To download the videos, right-click and choose "save target as". Macintosh users can option-click to download. For an overview of the available files, click on the PDF. Each slice data file has a small and a large movie file associated with it.

Slice Data Files Three-Dimensional Visualizations
PM1 small [1.3 MB] large [7.0 MB] PM1 [18.1 MB]
PM2 small [3.7 MB] large [11.8 MB] PM2 [17.2 MB]
PM4 small [2 MB] large [8 MB] PM4 [4.6 MB]
WR1 small [2.5 MB] large [9.1 MB] WR1 [7.8 MB]
WR3 small [2.6 MB] large [9 MB] WR3 [7.5 MB]
MD1 small [729 KB] large [2.2 MB] MD1 small [2.5 MB], large [7.5 MB]

2005199: GSA Today, 2005, Vol. 15, no. 12, p. 4. Continental-scale links between the mantle and groundwater systems of the western United States: Evidence from travertine springs and regional He isotope data; senior author: D.L. Newell. File size: 14 p., about 146 KB.


2005200: Geosphere, 2005, v. 1, no. 3, p. 147. An animated tectonic reconstruction of southwestern North America since 36 Ma; senior author: Nadine McQuarrie. File size: 1 p., about 44 KB. Note: There are multiple files associated with this Data Repository item. In the PDF file we will explain how to use the movement table and the image files. The ArcGIS files are in a 6.74 MB zip file, the shape image files are in a 19 MB zip file, and the the movment table is a DBASE 4 file (.dbf) and may require special software to use. All three can be accessed from links within the PDF file. If you are looking for Animation 1, please go to dx.doi.org/10.1130/GES00016.1.s1.



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