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GSA Today - Vol. 1, 1991
December
Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Ocean drilling and accretionary processes
J. Casey Moore, Asahiko Taira, and Greg Moore
November Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Surface features of central North America: A synoptic view from computer graphics
Richard J. Pike
October Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Ocean drilling and the volcanic record of hotspots
Robert A. Duncan
September Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Tectonic wedging beneath fore-arc basins: Ancient and modern examples from California and the Lesser Antilles
Jeffrey R. Unruh, Vincent R. Ramirez, Stephen P. Phipps, and Eldridge M. Moores
August 1991 Annual Meeting Issue — No science article
Meeting held in San Diego, California, USA, 21–24 October
July Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Ruling reptiles and wandering continents: A global look at dinosaur evolution
Paul C. Sereno
June Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Vibrational spectroscopy of minerals at pressure: Application to the mantle
Anne M. Hofmeister
May Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Hydrogeology: It is
David A. Stephenson, Bruce L. Cutright, and William W. Woessner
April Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
The Precambrian/Cambrian boundary: Magnetostratigraphy and carbon isotopes resolve correlation problems between Siberia, Morocco, and south China
Joseph L. Kirschvink, Mordeckai Magaritz, Robert L. Ripperdan, A. Yu. Zhuravlev, and A. Yu Rozanov
March Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Geology of Venus: A perspective from early Magellan mission results
James W. Head and R. Stephen Saunders
February Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
The gentle art of scientific trespassing
Walter Alvarez
January Science Article:  Science Article - PDF
Fractals in geology: What are they and what are they good for?
Donald L. Turcotte