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2008001: Special Paper, 2008, Vol. 438, p. 406. Chronology of Pluton Emplacement and Regional Deformation in the Southern Sierra Nevada Batholith, California; senior author: J. Saleeby et al. File size: 14 p., about 5 MB.


2008002: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 142. Coupling of rock uplift and river incision in the Namche Barwa-Gyala Peri massif, Tibet, China; senior author: N. Finnegan et al. File size: 5 p., about 1569 KB.


2008003: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1036. The case for persistent southwest-dipping Cretaceous convergence in the northeast Antilles: Geochemistry, melting models, and tectonic implications; senior author: W. Jolly et al. File size: 41 p., about 1613 KB.


2008004: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 543. Kinematics of Franciscan Complex Exhumation: New Insights From the Geology of Mt. Diablo, California; senior author: K. Schemmann et al. File size: 10 p., about 1063 KB.


2008005: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 3. Eocene to present subduction of southern Adria mantle lithosphere beneath the Dinarides; senior author: R. Bennett et al. File size: 1 p., about 207 KB.


2008006: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 7. Development of active low-angle normal fault systems during orogenic collapse: Insight from Tibet; senior author: P. Kapp et al. File size: 8 p., about 372 KB.


2008007: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 11. Caribbean coral tracks Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and past hurricane activity; senior author: S. Hetzinger et al. File size: 6 p., about 390 KB.


2008008: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 15. Highstand transport of coastal sand to the deep ocean: A case study from Fraser Island, southeast Australia; senior author: R. Boyd et al. File size: 12 p., about 307 KB.


2008009: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 23. Meander cutoff and the controls on the production of oxbow lakes; senior author: J. Constantine and T. Dunne. File size: 1 p., about 199 KB.


2008010: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 27. Experimental study of the behavior of copper and zinc in a boiling hydrothermal system; senior author: H. Nagaseki and K. Hayashi. File size: 2 p., about 253 KB.


2008011: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 35. Discrepancy between mineral residence time and soil age: Implications for the interpretation of chemical weathering rates; senior author: K. Yoo and S. Mudd. File size: 8 p., about 305 KB.


2008012: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 43. Why is terrestrial subduction one-sided?; senior author: T. Gerya et al. File size: 3 p., about 409 KB.


2008013: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 47. Scenario for the evolution of atmospheric pCO2 during a snowball Earth; senior author: G. Le Hir et al. File size: 5 p., about 321 KB.


2008014: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 51. Yellowstone plume-continental lithosphere interaction beneath the Snake River Plain; senior author: B. Hanan et al. File size: 8 p., about 318 KB.


2008015: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 59. Majoric garnets monitor deep subduction fluid flow and mantle dynamics; senior author: M. Scambelluri et al. File size: 5 p., about 449 KB.


2008016: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 63. Magmatic degassing histories from apatite volatile stratigraphy; senior author: J. Boyce and R. Hervig. File size: 11 p., about 300 KB.


2008017: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 67. Basalt weathering rates on Earth and the duration of liquid water on the plains of Gusev Crater, Mars; senior author: E. Hausrath et al. File size: 9 p., about 268 KB.


2008018: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 79. Holocene erosion of the Lesser Himalaya triggered by intensified summer monsoon; senior author: P. Clift et al. File size: 34 p., about 504 KB.


2008019 (EXCEL FORMAT): Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 87. Quantifying crustal thickness variations in evolving orogens: Correlation between arc basalt composition and Moho depth; senior author: G. Mantle and W. Collins. File size: about 899 KB.


2008020: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 442. Initiation of gravitational collapse of an evaporite basin margin: The Messinian saline giant, Levant Basin, Eastern Mediterranean; senior author: J. Cartwright and M. Jackson. File size: 9 p., about 1242 KB.


2008021: Special Paper 439, 2008, p. 231. Lake Manix shorelines and Afton Canyon terraces: Implications for incision of Afton Canyon; senior author: M.C. Reheis and J.L. Redwine. File size: 3 p., about 34 KB.


2008022: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 641. Rock magnetic characterization of faulted sediments with associated magnetic anomalies in the Albuquerque Basin, Rio Grande rift, New Mexico; senior author: M. Hudson et al.. File size: 2 p., about 76 KB.


2008023: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 259. P-T-t data from central Nepal support critical taper and repudiate large-scale channel flow of the Greater Himalayan Sequence; senior author: M. Kohn. File size: 4 p., about 223 KB.


2008024: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1010. Holocene debris flows on the Colorado Plateau: The influence of clay mineralogy and chemistry; senior author: R. Webb et al. File size: 25 p., about 632 KB.


2008025: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 796. Physical setting and tephrochronology of the summit caldera ice record at Mount Moulton, West Antarctica; senior author: N. Dunbar et al. File size: 6 p., about 747 KB.


2008026: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 599. Eruptive history, geochronology, and magmatic evolution of the Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcanic complex, Chile; senior author: B. Singer et al. File size: 20 p., about 133 KB.


2008027: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 571. Unroofing, incision, and uplift history of the southwestern Colorado Plateau from apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry; senior author: R. Flowers et al. File size: 7 p., about 228 KB.


2008028: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 531. Late orogenic mafic magmatism in the North Cascades, Washington: Petrology and tectonic setting of the Skymo layered intrusion; senior author: D. Whitney et al. File size: 8 p., about 28 KB.


2008029: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 588. Stable isotope constraints on the elevation history of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California; senior author: B. Crowley et al. File size: 37 p., about 117 KB.


2008030: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 99. Annual patterns within tree rings of the Arctic middle Eocene (ca. 45 Ma): Isotopic signatures of precipitation, relative humidity, and deciduousness ; senior author: A. Jahren et al. File size: 7 p., about 319 KB.


2008031: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 103. Dynamic equilibrium among erosion, river incision, and coastal uplift in the northern and central Apennines, Italy ; senior author: A. Cyr and D. Granger. File size: 3 p., about 214 KB.


2008032: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 127. Probable low-angle thrust earthquakes on the Juan de Fuca-North America plate boundary ; senior author: A. Tréhu et al. File size: 7 p., about 492 KB.


2008033: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 139. A new model linking atmospheric methane sources to Pleistocene glaciation via methanogenesis in sedimentary basins ; senior author: M. Formolo. File size: 14 p., about 326 KB.


2008034: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 143. Temperature proxy data and their significance for the understanding of pyroclastic density currents ; senior author: A. Scott et al. File size: 2 p., about 201 KB.


2008035: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 147. Onset of long-term cooling of Greenland near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary as revealed by branched tetraether lipids ; senior author: S. Schouten et al. File size: 2 p., about 202 KB.


2008036: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 151. Caribbean chronostratigraphy refined with U-Pb dating of a Miocene coral ; senior author: R. Denniston et al. File size: 4 p., about 513 KB.


2008037: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 155. Crustal structure in the Southern Apennines from teleseismic receiver functions ; senior author: M. Steckler et al. File size: 42 p., about 5098 KB.


2008038: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 159. Single-grain cosmogenic 21Ne concentrations in fluvial sediments reveal spatially variable erosion rates ; senior author: A. Codilean et al. File size: 5 p., about 337 KB.


2008039: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 163. Complex rifted continental margins explained by dynamical models of depth-dependent lithospheric extension ; senior author: R. Huismans et al. File size: 12 p., about 7835 KB.


2008040: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 167. Timing of East African Rift development in southern Ethiopia: Implication for mantle plume activity and evolution of topography ; senior author: R. Pik et al. File size: 6 p., about 330 KB.


2008041: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 175. Size of the earliest mollusks: Did small helcionellids grow to become large adults?; senior author: M. Marti Mus et al. File size: 3 p., about 289 KB.


2008042: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 179. Extinction and environmental change across the Eocene-Oligocene boundary in Tanzania ; senior author: P. Pearson et al. File size: 9 p., about 328 KB.


2008043: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 183. Tenuous connection between high-silica rhyolites and granodiorite plutons ; senior author: A. Glazner et al. File size: 10 p., about 272 KB.


2008044: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 187. Dynamic adjustments in channel width in response to a forced diversion: Gower Gulch, Death Valley National Park, California ; senior author: N. Snyder and L. Kammer. File size: 9 p., about 283 KB.


2008045: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 107. Modern estuarine siliceous spiculites, Tasmania, Australia: A non-polar link to Phanerozoic spiculitic cherts ; senior author: C. Reid et al. File size: 3 p., about 204 KB.


2008046: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 691. Insights into the tectonomagmatic evolution of NW Mexico: Geochronology and geochemistry of the Miocene volcanic rocks from the Pinacate area, Sonora; senior author: J. Vidal-Solano et al. File size: 27 p., about 1172 KB.


2008047: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 750. Physiographical and sedimentological characteristics of submarine canyons developed upon an active forearc slope: The Kushiro Submarine Canyon, northern Japan; senior author: A. Noda et al. File size: 8 p., about 1520 KB.


2008048: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 300. Tectonic and magmatic evolution of the northwestern Basin and Range and its transition to unextended volcanic plateaus: Black Rock Range, NV; senior author: D. Lerch et al. File size: 21 p., about 1774 KB.


2008049: GSA Today, 2008, Groundwork: Impacts, mega-tsunami, and other extraordinary claims; authors: N. Pinter and S.E. Ishman. File size: 4 p., about 491 KB.


2008050: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 976. Early Pliocene uplift and mass wasting on Crete and Karpathos marks beginning of South Aegean left-lateral strike-slip tectonics; senior author: W.J. Zachariasse et al. File size: 14 p., about 317 KB.


2008051: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 732. Polyphase tectonothermal history recorded in granulitized gneisses from the North Qaidam HP/UHP metamorphic terrane, Western China: Evidence from zircon U-Pb geochronology; senior author: J. Zhang et al. File size: 6 p., about 459 KB.


2008052: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 199. Identifying tsunami deposits using bivalve shell taphonomy; senior author: S. Donato et al. File size: 6 p., about 372 KB.


2008053: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 203. Rapid warming and salinity changes of Cretaceous surface waters in the subtropical North Atlantic; senior author: T. Wagner et al. File size: 2 p., about 201 KB.


2008054: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 207. From slow to ultraslow: A previously undetected event at the Southwest Indian Ridge at ca. 24 Ma; senior author: P. Patriat et al. File size: 3 p., about 353 KB.


2008055: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 211. Recent bright gully deposits on Mars: Wet or dry flow?; senior author: J. Pelletier et al.
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2008056: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 223. First exposure ages from the Amundsen Sea Embayment, West Antarctica: The Late Quaternary context for recent thinning of Pine Island, Smith, and Pope Glaciers; senior author: J. Johnson et al. File size: 8 p., about 312 KB.


2008057: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 231. Molybdenum isotope evidence for global ocean anoxia coupled with perturbations to the carbon cycle during the Early Jurassic; senior author: C. Pearce et al. File size: 11 p., about 240 KB.


2008058: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 235. The nature of shallow-water carbonate lithofacies thickness distributions; senior author: P. Burgess. File size: 4 p., about 248 KB.


2008059: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 239. Creation of a continent recorded in zircon zoning; senior author: D. Moser et al. File size: 11 p., about 3827 KB.


2008060: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 243. Tectonic burial and "young" (<10 Ma) exhumation in the southern Apennines fold-and-thrust belt (Italy); senior author: S. Mazzoli et al. File size: 6 p., about 274 KB.


2008061: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 251. Cooling and ice growth across the Eocene-Oligocene transition; senior author: C. Lear et al. File size: 8 p., about 2808 KB.


2008062: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 259. Large near-surface nitrate pools in soils capped by desert pavement in the Mojave Desert, California; senior author: R. Graham et al. File size: 5 p., about 244 KB.


2008063: Geology, 2008, Vol. 3, p. 263. Global frequency of magnitude 9 earthquakes; senior author: R. McCaffrey. File size: 4 p., about 230 KB.


2008064: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 709. Late Cenozoic glacier-volcano interaction on James Ross Island and adjacent areas, Antarctic Peninsula region; senior author: M. Hambrey et al. File size: 3 p., about 298 KB.


2008065: Special Paper 438, 2008, p. 142 and p. 166. Chapter 4 - The Ingalls ophiolite complex, central Cascades, Washington: Geochemistry, tectonic setting, and regional correlations and Chapter 5 - Geochemistry and geology of the Iron Mountain unit, Ingalls ophiolite complex, Washington: Evidence for the polygenetic nature of the Ingalls complex; senior author: J.H. MacDonald, Jr. et al. File size: 2 p., 79 KB.


2008066: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1198. Miocene extension in the East Range, Nevada: A two-stage history of normal faulting in the northern Basin and Range; senior author: Fosdick and Colgan. File size: 7 p., about 852 KB.


2008067: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 275. Seismic imaging of subduction zone metamorphism; senior author: S. Rondenay et al. File size: 14 p., about 525 KB.


2008068: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 279. Did magma ascent rate control the explosive-effusive transition at the Inyo volcanic chain, California?; senior author: J. Castro and J. Gardner. File size: 9 p., about 236 KB.


2008069: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 283. Excess temperatures at ocean islands: Implications for mantle layering and convection; senior author: K. Putirka. File size: 16 p., about 511 KB.


2008070: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 291. Microtektites from Victoria Land Transantarctic Mountains; senior author: L. Folco et al. File size: 12 p., about 462 KB.


2008071: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 299. The roof of an axial magma chamber: A hornfelsic heat exchanger; senior author: K. Gillis. File size: 6 p., about 221 KB.


2008072: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 303. A Precambrian proximal ejecta blanket from Scotland; senior author: K. Amor et al. File size: 5 p., about 770 KB.


2008073: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 315. Sedimentary response to Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum carbon release: A model- data comparison; senior author: K. Panchuk et al. File size: 12 p., about 643 KB.


2008074: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 319. Resolving Milankovitchian controversies: The Triassic Latemar Limestone and the Eocene Green River Formation; senior author: S. Meyers. File size: 6 p., about 869 KB.


2008075: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 323. Unzipping Long Valley: An explanation for vent migration patterns during an elliptical ring fracture eruption; senior author: E. Holohan et al. File size: 2 p., about 557 KB.


2008076: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 331. Toasting the jelly sandwich: The effect of shear heating on lithospheric geotherms and strength; senior author: E. Hartz and Y. Podladchikov. File size: 2 p., about 248 KB.


2008077: GSA Today, 2008, The mystery of the pre–Grand Canyon Colorado River—Results from the Muddy Creek Formation; senior author: J.L. Pederson. File size: 3 p., about 623 KB.


2008078: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1171. An integrated analysis of an orogen-sedimentary basin pair: Latest Cretaceous-Cenozoic evolution of the linked Eastern Cordillera orogen and the Llanos foreland basin of Colombia; senior author: G. Bayona et al. File size: 4 p., about 230 KB.


2008079: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 912. Paleocene-Eocene migmatite crystallization, extension, and exhumation in the Hinterland of the northern Cordillera: Okanogan Dome, Washington, USA; senior author: S. Kruckenberg et al. File size: 14 p., about 604 KB.


2008080: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1326. Vast early Miocene lakes of the central Tibetan Plateau; senior author: W. Zhenhan et al. File size: 9 p., about 478 KB.


2008081: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 962. Carbon chemostratigraphy of the Cambrian-Ordovician transition in a midlatitude mixed platform, Montagne Noire, France; senior author: J. Alvaro et al. File size: 4 p., about 68 KB.


2008082: Field Guide, 2008, Vol. 11, p. 153. Interpretation of Pleistocene glaciation in the Spring Mountains of Nevada: Pros and cons; senior author: J. Osborn et al. File size: 9 p., about 1618 KB.


2008083: Special Paper, 2008, Vol. 439, p. 231. Lake Manix shorelines and Afton Canyon terraces: Implications for incision of Afton Canyon; senior author: M. Grove et al. File size: 3 p., about 34 KB.


2008084: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1378. Origin and paleoclimatic significance of late Quaternary loess in Nebraska: Evidence from stratigraphy, chronology, sedimentology, and geochemistry; senior author: D. Muhs et al.. File size: 35 p., about 318 KB.


2008085: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 771. Eruptive and noneruptive calderas, northeastern San Juan Mountains, Colorado: Where did the ignimbrites come from?; senior author: P. Lipman and W. McIntosh. File size: 111 p., about 8.88 MB.


2008086: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 950. Timing of anatexis in the aastern Adirondack Highlands: Implications for tectonic evolution during ca. 1050 Ma Ottawan orogenesis; senior author: M. Bickford et al. File size: 2 p., about 221 KB.


2008087: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 347. Carbon isotope evidence for widespread methane seeps in the ca. 635 Ma Doushantuo capcarbonate in south China; senior author: J. Wang et al. File size: 3 p., about 266 KB.


2008088: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 351. Triassic continental subduction in central Tibet and Mediterranean-style closure of the Paleo-Tethys Ocean; senior author: A. Pullen et al. File size: 7 p., about 317 KB.


2008089: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 355. Combustion of fossil organic matter at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-P) boundary; senior author: M. Harvey et al. File size: 35 p., about 2870 KB.


2008090: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 359. Response of the southern Greenland Ice Sheet during the last two deglaciations; senior author: A. Carlson et al. File size: 14 p., about 579 KB.


2008091: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 363. Evidence for mechanically coupled lithosphere in central Asia and resulting implications; senior author: C.-Y. Wang et al. File size: 15 p., about 5563 KB.


2008092: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 367. Geomorphic response to uplift along the Dragon's Back pressure ridge, Carrizo Plain, California; senior author: G. Hilley and J Ramon Arrowsmith. File size: 4 p., about 516 KB.


2008093: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 371. Cenozoic exhumation of the southern British Isles; senior author: R. Hillis et al. File size: 28 p., about 530 KB.


2008094: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 383. Sub-million-year age resolution of Precambrian igneous events by thermal extraction-thermal ionization mass spectrometer Pb dating of zircon: Application to crystallization of the Sudbury impact melt sheet; senior author: D. Davis. File size: 27 p., about 3211 KB.


2008095: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 391. Reconstructing relative flooding intensities responsible for hurricane-induced deposits from Laguna Playa Grande, Vieques, Puerto Rico; senior author: J. Woodruff et al. File size: 16 p., about 492 KB.


2008096: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 395. Groundwater and climate dynamics derived from noble gas, 14C, and stable isotope data; senior author: S. Klump et al. File size: 9 p., about 298 KB.


2008097: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 399. Permeability control on magma fragmentation; senior author: S. Mueller et al. File size: 2 p., about 205 KB.


2008098: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 407. Rapid ecosystem response to abrupt climate changes during the last glacial period in western Europe, 40-16 ka; senior author: B. Wohlfarth et al. File size: 15 p., about 1038 KB.


2008099: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 411. Late Amazonian glaciation at the dichotomy boundary on Mars: Evidence for glacial thickness maxima and multiple glacial phases; senior author: J. Dickson et al. File size: 3 p., about 2595 KB.


2008100: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 415. Optical dating of abrupt shifts in the late Pleistocene East Asian monsoon; senior author: T. Stevens et al. File size: 43 p., about 321 KB.


2008101: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 419. How warm are passive continental margins? A 3-D lithosphere-scale study from the Norwegian margin; senior author: M. Scheck-Wenderoth and Y. Maystrenko. File size: 1 p., about 1100 KB.


2008102: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 427. Stress-forecasting (not predicting) earthquakes: A paradigm shift?; senior author: S. Crampin et al. File size: 3 p., about 299 KB.


2008103: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1159. Constraining the travels of a “suspect” terrane: Paleomagnetism and geobarometry of two Early Cretaceous igneous complexes in the Peninsular Ranges Batholith, California; senior author: D. Symons et al. File size: 24 p., about 393 KB.


2008104: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1478. The Bikou basalts in northwestern Yangtze block, South China: Remnants of 820– 810 Ma continental flood basalts?; senior author: X. Wang et al.. File size: 14 p., about 489 KB.


2008105: Special Paper 436, 2008, p. 341. The Catalina Schist: Evidence for middle Cretaceous subduction erosion of southwestern North America; senior author: M. Grove et al. Author contact information.


2008106: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1305. Bio-magnetostratigraphy of the Vikinghřgda Formation, Svalbard (arctic Norway) and the geomagnetic polarity timescale for the Lower Triassic; senior author: M. Hounslow et al. File size: 9 p., about 1432 KB.


2008107: Field Guide 12, 2008, p. 119. Silurian high-resolution stratigraphy on the Cincinnati Arch: Progress on recalibrating the layer-cake; senior author: P.I. McLaughlin et al. File size: 19 p., about 26 MB.


2008108: Field Guide 12, 2008, p. 11. The Illinois-Kentucky Fluorite District, Hicks Dome, and Garden of the Gods in southeastern Illinois and northwestern Kentucky; senior author: F.B. Denny et al. File size: 7 p., about 499 KB.


2008109: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 435. Samoa reinstated as a primary hotspot trail; senior author: A. Koppers et al. File size: 8 p., about 1060 KB.


2008110: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 487. Modern iron isotope perspective on the benthic iron shuttle and the redox evolution of ancient oceans; senior author: S. Severmann et al. File size: 7 p., about 288 KB.


2008111: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 455. Role of melt supply in oceanic detachment faulting and formation of megamullions; senior author: B. Tucholke et al.
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2008112: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 459. Incremental growth of the Patagonian Torres del Paine laccolith over 90 k.y.; senior author: J. Michel et al. File size: 1 p., about 199 KB.


2008113: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 467. Mesozoic decratonization of the North China block; senior author: J. Yang et al. File size: 11 p., about 1088 KB.


2008115: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 475. Extension during active collision in thin-skinned wedges: Insights from laboratory experiments; senior author: S. Haq and D. Davis.
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2008114: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 471. The origin of a primitive trondhjemite from the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt and its implications for the construction of a modern continental arc; senior author: A. Gomez-Tuena et al. File size: 10 p., about 158 KB.


2008116: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 483. Extreme storm events, landscape denudation, and carbon sequestration: Typhoon Mindulle, Choshui River, Taiwan; senior author: S. Goldsmith et al. File size: 1 p., about 246 KB.


2008117: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 495. Cause and evolution of intraplate orogeny in Australia; senior author: D. Muller and S. Dyksterhuis. File size: 12 p., about 470 KB.


2008118: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 499. High-Mg adakites from Kadavu Island Group, Fiji, southwest Pacific: Evidence for the mantle origin of adakite parental melts; senior author: L. Danyushevsky et al. File size: 25 p., about 764 KB.


2008119: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 507. Elevated shear zone loading rate during an earthquake cluster in eastern California; senior author: M. Oskin et al. File size: 11 p., about 5466 KB.


2008120: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1091. Paleomagnetism and geochronology of sills of the Doherty Mountain area, southwestern Montana: Implications...[more]; senior author: S. Harlan et al.. File size: 2 p., about 214 KB.


2008121: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1134. The Ellsworth Terrane, Coastal Maine: Geochronology, Geochemistry, and Nd-Pb Isotopic Composition—Implications for the Rifting of Ganderia; senior author: K. Schulz et al. File size: 9 p., about 335 KB.


2008122: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1338. Tibetan uplift intensified the 400 k.y. signal in paleoclimate records at 4 Ma; senior author: J. Nie et al. File size: 1 p., about 240 KB.


2008123: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1493. Miocene magmatism and tectonics of the easternmost sector of the Calama- Olacapato-El Toro fault system in Central Andes at ~24°S: Insights into the evolution of the Eastern Cordillera; senior author: R. Mazzuoli et al.. File size: 11 p., about 1386 KB.


2008124: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1441. Overriding plate shortening and extension above subduction zones: A parametric study to explain formation of the Andes Mountains; senior author: W.P. Schellart. File size: 16 p., about 1879 KB.


2008125: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1119. Timing of deformation and exhumation in the western Idaho shear zone, McCall, Idaho; senior author: S. Giorgis et al. File size: 5 p., about 284 KB.


2008126: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1455. Pressure-temperature paths and exhumation of Late Ordovician-Early Silurian blueschists and associated metamorphic nappes of the Salinic Brunswick subduction complex, northern Appalachians; senior author: C. van Staal et al.. File size: 31 p., about 342 KB.


2008127: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 515. Ghosts of lithospheres past: Imaging an evolving lithospheric mantle in southern Africa; senior author: A. Kobussen et al. File size: 39 p., about 1150 KB.


2008128: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 519. Mantle temperature control on composition of arc magmas along the Central Kamchatka Depression; senior author: M. Portnyagin and V. Manea. File size: 6 p., about 1170 KB.


2008129: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 523. Denudation and deformation in a glaciated orogenic wedge: The St. Elias orogen, Alaska; senior author: A. Berger and J. Spotila. File size: 22 p., about 1322 KB.


2008130: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 527. Ancient Laurentian detrital zircon in the closing Iapetus Ocean, Southern Uplands terrane, Scotland; senior author: J. Waldron et al. File size: 10 p., about 277 KB.


2008131: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 531. Astronomical climate control on paleosol stacking patterns in the upper Paleocene-lower Eocene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming; senior author: H. Abdul Aziz et al.. File size: 12 p., about 2020 KB.


2008132: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 547. Trace elements in hydrothermal quartz: Relationships to cathodoluminescent textures and insights into vein formation; senior author: B. Rusk et al. File size: 11 p., about 2184 KB.


2008133: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 551. Oxygen isotopes in Samoan lavas: Confirmation of continent recycling; senior author: R. Workman et al. File size: 3 p., about 245 KB.


2008134: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 555. Crustal evolution of southern Laurentia during the Paleoproterozoic: Insights from zircon Hf isotopic studies of ca. 1.75 Ga rocks in central Colorado; senior author: M. Bickford et al.. File size: 3 p., about 290 KB.


2008135: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 571. Naturally occurring gold nanoparticles and nanoplates; senior author: R. Hough et al. File size: 1 p., about 505 KB.


2008136: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 575. Small-scale convection during continental rifting: Evidence from the Rio Grande rift; senior author: J. van Wijk et al. File size: 5 p., about 233 KB.


2008137: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 583. Role of oceanic plateaus in the initiation of subduction and origin of continental crust; senior author: R. Nair and T. Chacko. File size: 2 p., about 189 KB.


2008138: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 587. Orogen-parallel extension and exhumation enhanced by denudation in the trans-Himalayan Arun River gorge, Ama Drime Massif, Tibet-Nepal; senior author: M. Jessup et al.. File size: 6 p., about 264 KB.


2008139: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 535. New constraints on sediment-flux-dependent river incision: Implications for extracting tectonic signals from river profiles; senior author: P. Cowie et al. File size: 3 p., about 1151 KB.


2008140: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 100. Paleogene landscape evolution of the central North American Cordillera: Developing topography and hydrology in the Laramide foreland; senior author: S. Davis et al.. File size: 24 p., about 717 KB.


2008141: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 181. Contrasting Late Carboniferous and Late Permian–Middle Triassic intrusive suites from the northern margin of the North China craton: Geochronology, petrogenesis, and tectonic implications; senior author: S. Zhang et al.. File size: 25 p., about 10328 KB.


2008142: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 164. Prominence of ichnologically influenced macroporosity in the karst Biscayne aquifer: Stratiform "super-K" zones; senior author: K. Cunningham et al.. File size: 7 p., about 313565 KB.


2008143: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1518. Dynamics of deformation and sedimentation in the northern Sierras Pampeanas: An integrated study of the Neogene Fiambalá basin, NW Argentina; senior author: B. Carrapa et al.. File size: 2 p., about 213 KB.


2008144: Field Guide 10, 2008, p. 63. Geology, petrochemistry and time-space evolution of the Cripple Creek district, Colorado; senior author: Eric P. Jensen and Mark D. Barton. File size: 6 p., about 158 KB.


2008145: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 595. Initiation of Franciscan subduction along a large-offset fracture zone: Evidence from mantle peridotites, Stonyford, California; senior author: S. Choi et al. File size: 3 p., about 295 KB.


2008146: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 599. Predynastic human presence discovered by core drilling at the northern Nile delta coast, Egypt; senior author: J-D. Stanley et al. File size: 4 p., about 2233 KB.


2008147: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 607. Mantle earthquakes frozen in mylonitized ultramafic pseudotachylytes of spinel-lherzolite facies; senior author: T. Ueda et al. File size: 5 p., about 3710  KB.


2008148: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 611. Did the character of subduction change at the end of the Archean? Constraints from convergent-margin granitoids; senior author: K. Condie. File size: 340 p., about 1716 KB.


2008149: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 615. Hydrothermal venting at pressure-temperature conditions above the critical point of seawater, 5°S on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge; senior author: A. Koschinsky et al. File size: 3 p., about 319 KB.


2008150: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 619. Lithospheric structure of the Arabia-Eurasia collision zone in eastern Anatolia: Magnetotelluric evidence for widespread weakening by fluids?; senior author: E. Turkoglu et al.. File size: 12 p., about 1141 KB.


2008151: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 623. Temperature of the plume layer beneath the Yellowstone hotspot; senior author: D. Schutt and K. Dueker. File size: 12 p., about 340 KB.


2008152: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 627. Tectonic controls on the nature of large silicic calderas in volcanic arcs; senior author: G. Hughes and G. Mahood. File size: 26 p., about 325 KB.


2008153: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 631. Two-phase Neogene extension in the northwestern Basin and Range recorded in a single thermochronology sample; senior author: J. Colgan et al. File size: 14 p., about 401 KB.


2008154: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 643. Continental stretching preceding the opening of the Drake Passage: Evidence from Tierra del Fuego; senior author: M. Ghiglione et al. File size: 6 p., about 2930 KB.


2008155: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 647. Strain rates and contemporary deformation in the Snake River Plain and surrounding Basin and Range from GPS and seismicity; senior author: S. Payne et al. File size: 21 p., about 411 KB.


2008156: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 651. Middle Eocene climate cyclicity in the southern Pacific: Implications for global ice volume; senior author: C. Burgess et al. File size: 19 p., WARNING: about 15 MB.


2008157: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 655. Three-dimensional morphology of magmatic sulfides sheds light on ore formation and sulfide melt migration; senior author: S. Barnes et al.
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2008158: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 659. Anomalous cold in the Pangaean tropics; senior author: G. Soreghan et al. File size: 17 p., about 843 KB.


2008159: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 663. Microbes produce nanobacteria-like structures, avoiding cell entombment; senior author: T. Bontognali et al. File size: 2 p., about 280 KB.


2008160: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 667. Quantitative estimates of glacial and Holocene temperature and precipitation change in lowland Amazonian Bolivia; senior author: S. Punyasena et al. File size: 10 p., about 374 KB.


2008161: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 17. A lost arc-back-arc terrane of the Dunnage oceanic tract recorded in clasts from the Garin Formation and McCrea mélange in the Gaspé Appalachians of Québec; senior author: C. Dupuis et al.. File size: 6 p., about 315 KB.


2008162: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1416. Mid-Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events in the Pacific Ocean revealed by carbon- isotope stratigraphy of the Calera Limestone, California, USA; senior author: S. Robinson et al.. File size: 25 p., about 1659 KB.


2008163: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 586. A criteria-based methodology for determining the mechanism of transverse drainage development, with application to the southwestern United States; senior author: J. Douglass et al.. File size: 155 p., about 8913 KB.


2008164: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1544. Analysis of lineaments and their relationship to Neogene fracturing, SE Viti Levu, Fiji; senior author: T. Rahiman and J. Pettinga . File size: 1 p., about 9 KB.


2008165: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 294. Late Pliocene Dawson Cut Forest Bed and new tephrochronological findings in the Gold Hill Loess, east-central Alaska; senior author: T. Péwé et al.. File size: 11 p., about 526 KB.


2008166: GSA Bulletin, 2008, Vol. 120, p. 1362. Isotopic evidence for the diversity of late Quaternary loess in Nebraska: Glaciogenic and nonglaciogenic sources; senior author: J. Aleinikoff et al.. File size: 22 p., about 268 KB.


2008167: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 39. Postorogenic shoshonitic rocks and their origin by melting underplated basalts: The Miocene of Limnos, Greece; senior author: G. Pe-Piper et al.. File size: 23 p., about 352 KB.


2008168: Memoir 202, 2008, p. 345. Caledonian orogen of East Greenland 70°N–82°N: Geological map at 1:1,000,000—Concepts and principles of compilation; senior author: N. Henriksen and A.K. Higgins. File size: 1 oversized p., about 2 MB, [GIF format].


2008169: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 599. Quaternary faulting in Queen Valley, California-Nevada: Implications for kinematics of fault-slip transfer in the eastern California shear zone–Walker Lane belt; senior author: J. Lee et al.. File size: 4 p., about 328 KB.


2008170: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 555. Paleomagnetism of mid-Paleozoic subduction-related volcanics from the Chingiz Range in NE Kazakhstan: The evolving paleogeography of the amalgamating Eurasian composite continent; senior author: N. Levashova et al.. File size: 4 p., about 224 KB.


2008171: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 963. Late Cretaceous–Paleocene formation of the proto–Zagros foreland basin, Lurestan Province, SW Iran; senior author: S. Homke et al.. File size: 9 p., about 1260 KB.


2008172: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 65. Magnetostratigraphy of the Ludlow Member of the Fort Union Formation (Lower Paleocene) of the Williston Basin, North Dakota; senior author: D. Peppe et al.. File size: 17 p., about 1814 KB.


2008173: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 675. Ups and downs of the Mississippi Delta; senior author: M. Blum et al. File size: 15 p., about 1434 KB.


2008174: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 679. Mantle upwelling, magmatic differentiation, and the meaning of axial depth at fast-spreading ridges; senior author: D. Toomey and E. Hooft. File size: 3 p., about 374 KB.


2008175: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 683. Stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes from bat guano in the Grand Canyon, USA, reveal Younger Dryas and 8.2 ka events; senior author: C. Wurster et al. File size: 4 p., about 227 KB.


2008176: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 691. 1200 year paleoecological record of coral community development from the terrigenous inner-shelf of the Great Barrier Reef; senior author: C. Perry et al. File size: 11 p., about 579 KB.


2008177: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 699. The paleo–Lena River — 200 m.y. of transcontinental zircon transport in Siberia; senior author: A. Prokopiev et al. File size: 32 p., about 3304 KB.


2008178: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 707. Lifetime and cyclicity of fluid venting at forearc mound structures determined by tephrostratigraphy and radiometric dating of authigenic carbonates; senior author: S. Kutterolf et al. File size: 8 p., about 1703 KB.


2008179: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 711. Brahmaputra sediment flux dominated by highly localized rapid erosion from the easternmost Himalaya; senior author: R. Stewart et al. File size: 35 p., about 945 KB.


2008180: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 715. Stepwise extinction of larger foraminifers at the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary: A shallow-water perspective on nutrient fluctuations during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 (Bonarelli Event); senior author: M. Parente et al. File size: 11 p., about 641 KB.


2008181: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 719. Anhydrite-bearing andesite and dacite as a source for sulfur in magmatic-hydrothermal mineral deposits; senior author: I. Chambefort et al. File size: 5 p., about 643 KB.


2008182: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 727. Particle size separation and evidence for pedogenesis in samples from the Chinese Loess Plateau spanning the last 22 m.y.; senior author: Q. Hao et al. File size: 2 p., about 391 KB.


2008183: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 731. Long recurrence interval of faulting beyond the 2005 Kashmir earthquake around the northwestern margin of the Indo-Asian collision zone; senior author: H. Kondo et al. File size: 12 p., about 2188 KB.


2008184: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 735. Late Miocene coesite-eclogite exhumed in the Woodlark Rift; senior author: S. Baldwin et al. File size: 7 p., about 297 KB.


2008185: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 739. Origin of microbiological zoning in groundwater flows; senior author: C. Bethke et al. File size: 5 p., about 228 KB.


2008186: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 743. Tourmaline B-isotopes fingerprint marine evaporites as the source of high-salinity ore fluids in iron oxide-copper-gold deposits, Carajás Mineral Province (Brazil); senior author: R. Xavier et el.. File size: 6 p., about 232 KB.


2008187: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 747. Biogeochemical controls on photic-zone euxinia during the end-Permian mass extinction; senior author: K. Meyer et al. File size: 13 p., about 343 KB.


2008188: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 615. Petrogenesis and structure of the Buck Creek mafic-ultramafic suite, southern Appalachians: Constraints on ophiolite evolution and emplacement in collisional orogens; senior author: V. Peterson et al.. File size: 19 p., about 524 KB.


2008189: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 150. U-Pb ages (3.8-2.7 Ga) and Nd isotope data from the newly identified Eoarchean Nuvvuagittuq supracrustal belt, Superior Craton, Canada; senior author: J. David et al.. File size: 3 p., about 635 KB.


2008190: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 448. Neoproterozoic glaciation on a carbonate platform margin in Arctic Alaska and the origin of the North Slope subterrane; senior author: F. Macdonald et al.. File size: 67 p., about 1447 KB.


2008191: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 474. Deformation band clusters on Mars and implications for subsurface fluid flow; senior author: C. Okubo et al.. File size: 7 p., about 4754 KB.


2008192: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 729. Emplacement of the Cuera and Picos de Europa Imbricate System at the core of the Iberian-Armorican Arc (Cantabrian Zone, north Spain): New precisions concerning the timing of arc closure; senior author: O. Merino-Tomé et al.. File size: 9 p., about 31699 KB.


2008193: Special Paper 446, 2008, p. 38. Stratigraphy and geochronology of the late Miocene Adu-Asa Formation at Gona, Ethiopia ; senior author: Lynnette L. Kleinsasser et al.. File size: 61 p., about 618 KB.


2008194: Special Paper 446, 2008, p. 73. Magnetostratigraphy of the eastern Hadar Basin (Ledi-Geraru research area, Ethiopia) and implications for hominim paleoenvironments; senior author: G. Dupont-Nivet et al.. File size: 5 p., about 34 KB.


2008195: Special Paper 446, 2008, p. 140. Tephrostratigraphy of the Hadar and Busidima Formations at Hadar, Afar Depression, Ethiopia; senior author: C.J. Campisano and C.S. Feibel. File size: 30 p., 144 KB.


2008196: Special Paper 446, 2008, p. 206. Paleoenvironmental context of the Pliocene A.L. 333 “First Family” hominim locality, Hadar Formation, Ethiopia; senior author: A.K. Behrensmeyer. File size: 17 p., about 39 megabytes.


2008197: Special Paper 446, 2008, p. 222. Herbivore enamel isotopic composition and the environmental context of Aridpithecus at Gona, Ethiopia; senior author: N.E. Levin et al.. File size: 8 p., about 60 KB.


2008198: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 759. Hydrothermal circulation at slow spreading mid-ocean ridges: The role of along-axis variations in axial lithospheric thickness; senior author: F. Fontaine et al.
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2008199: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 763. Extrusion tectonics and subduction in the eastern South Caspian region since 10 Ma; senior author: J. Hollingsworth et al. File size: 36 p., about 431 KB.


2008200: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 771. Anomalously diverse Early Triassic ichnofossil assemblages in northwest Pangea: A case for a shallow-marine habitable zone; senior author: T. Beatty et al. File size: 1 p., about 246 KB.


2008201: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 775. Sulfidity controls molybdenum isotope fractionation into euxinic sediments: Evidence from the modern Black Sea; senior author: N. Neubert et al. File size: 3 p., about 219 KB.


2008202: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 779. Abundant pyroclastic komatiitic volcanism in the 3.5–3.2 Ga Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa; senior author: M. Thompson Stiegler et al. File size: 6 p., about 231 KB.


2008203: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 783. Miocene tectonics and climate forcing of biodiversity, western United States; senior author: M. Kohn and T. Fremd. File size: 30 p., about 1150 KB.


2008204: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 791. Capture of high-altitude precipitation by a low-altitude Eocene lake, western U.S.; senior author: A. Carroll et al. File size: 6 p., about 832 KB.


2008205: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 795. 3500 yr record of centennial-scale climate variability from the Western Pacific Warm Pool; senior author: S. Langton et al. File size: 6 p., about 259  KB.


2008206: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 799. Prediction of magmatic water contents via measurement of H2O in clinopyroxene phenocrysts; senior author: J. Wade et al. File size: 17 p., about 271 KB.


2008207: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 807. Naturaliste Plateau, offshore Western Australia: A submarine window into Gondwana assembly and breakup; senior author: J. Halpin et al.. File size: 17 p., about 3592 KB.


2008208: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 811. Nd isotopic excursion across Cretaceous ocean anoxic event 2 (Cenomanian-Turonian) in the tropical North Atlantic; senior author: K. MacLeod et al.. File size: 9 p., about 641 KB.


2008209: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 815. Modeling of gold scavenging by bismuth melts coexisting with hydrothermal fluids; senior author: B. Tooth et al.. File size: 16 p., about 580 KB.


2008210: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 827. Space geodetic test of kinematic models for the Indo-Australian composite plate; senior author: R. Gordon et al.. File size: 7 p., about 381 KB.


2008211: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 385. Constraints on the metamorphic evolution of the eastern Himalayan syntaxis from geochronologic and petrologic studies of Namche Barwa; senior author: A. Booth et al.. File size: 38 p., about 299 KB.


2008212: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 857. High magmatic flux during Alpine-Himalayan collision: Constraints from the Kal-e-Kafi complex, central Iran; senior author: J. Ahmadian et al.. File size: 3 p., about 214 KB.


2008213: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 247. Age, provenance, and tectonic setting of Paleoproterozoic quartzite successions in the southwestern United States; senior author: J. Jones et al.. File size: 29 p., about 473 KB.


2008214: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 323. Stratigraphic correlation of Cambrian–Ordovician deposits along the Himalaya: Implications for the age and nature of rocks in the Mount Everest region; senior author: P. Myrow et al.. File size: 6 p., about 261 KB.


2008215: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 780. Orogenic wedge advance in the northern Andes: Evidence from the Oligocene- Miocene sedimentary record of the Medina basin, Eastern Cordillera, Colombia; senior author: M. Parra et al.. File size: 50 p., about 7249 KB.


2008251A: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 536. Slip rate of the western Garlock fault, at Clark Wash, near Lone Tree Canyon, Mojave Desert, California; senior author: S.F. McGill et al.. File size: 9 p., about 140 KB.


2008217: Reviews in Engineering Geology, 2008, Vol. 20, p. 14. Geology of Seattle and the Seattle area, Washington; senior author: K.G. Troost and D.B. Booth . File size: 1 oversized p., about 1660 KB.


2008218: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 835. Model for tectonically driven incision of the younger than 6 Ma Grand Canyon; senior author: Karlstrom et al.
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2008219: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 839. Late Cretaceous intraplate thrusting in central Europe: Effect of Africa-Iberia-Europe convergence, not Alpine collision; senior author: J. Kley and T. Voigt. File size: 5 p., about 171 KB.


2008220: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 847. Opaline silica in young deposits on Mars; senior author: R. Milliken et al. File size: 5 p., about 817 KB.


2008221: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 863. Carbon isotope excursions and the oxidant budget of the Ediacaran atmosphere and ocean; senior author: T. Bristow and M. Kennedy. File size: 4 p., about 381 KB.


2008222: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 867. Eight-armed Ediacara fossil preserved in contrasting taphonomic windows from China and Australia; senior author: M. Zhu et al. File size: 2 p., about 359 KB.


2008223: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 871. Miocene to present kinematics of fault-bend folding across the Huerguosi anticline, northern Tianshan (China), derived from structural, seismic, and magnetostratigraphic data; senior author: J. Charreau et al. File size: 7 p., about 1367 KB.


2008224: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 875. Episodic, mafic crust formation from 4.5 to 2.8 Ga: New evidence from detrital zircons, Slave craton, Canada ; senior author: A. Pietranik et al. File size: 32 p., about 967 KB.


2008225: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 879. Aerobic microbial dolomite at the nanometer scale: Implications for the geologic record; senior author: M. Sánchez-Román et al. File size: 12 p., about 398 KB.


2008226: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 883. Chlorine isotope variations across the Izu-Bonin-Mariana arc; senior author: J. Barnes et al. File size: 9 p., about 403 KB.


2008227: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 891. Geomorphic controls on groundwater arsenic distribution in the Mekong River Delta, Cambodia; senior author: N. Papacostas et al. File size: 7 p., about 569 KB.


2008228: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 895. Morphology of the Explorer-Juan de Fuca slab edge in northern Cascadia: Imaging plate capture at a ridge-trench-transform triple junction; senior author: P. Audet et al. File size: 9 p., about 1457 KB.


2008229: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 903. Mid-Cretaceous Hawaiian tholeiites preserved in Kamchatka; senior author: M. Portnyagin et al. File size: 12 p., about 461 KB.


2008230: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 348. Quaternary glaciation of Muztag Ata and Kongur Shan: Evidence for glacier response to rapid climate changes throughout the Late Glacial and Holocene in westernmost Tibet; senior author: Y. Seong et al.. File size: 18 p., about 921 KB.


2008231: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 698. Trails of depressions and sediment waves along submarine channels on the continental margin of Espirito Santo Basin, Brazil; senior author: P. Heiniö and R. Davies. File size: 1 p., about 53 KB.


2008232: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 801. Granite-lamprophyre connection in the latest stages of the early Paleozoic Ross Orogeny (Victoria Land, Antarctica); senior author: S. Rocchi et al.. File size: 7 p., about 218 KB.


2008233: Reviews in Engineering Geology, 2008, Vol. 20, p. 14. Geology of Seattle and the Seattle area, Washington; senior author: K.G. Troost and D.B. Booth . File size: 1 oversized p., about 1780 KB.


2008234: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 915. Rapid exhumation of ice-covered rocks of the Chugach-St. Elias orogen, Southeast Alaska; senior author: E. Enkelmann et al.. File size: 9 p., about 619 KB.


2008235: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 919. South Atlantic interocean exchange as the trigger for the Břlling warm event; senior author: C. Chiessi et al.. File size: 11 p., about 407 KB.


2008236: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 923. Eve of biomineralization: Controls on skeletal mineralogy; senior author: A. Zhuravlev and R. Wood. File size: 11 p., about 288 KB.


2008237: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 931. Contraction-driven shear failure in compacting uncemented sediments; senior author: H. Shin et al.. File size: 3 p., about 251 KB.


2008238: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 935. Seismic evidence for orthopyroxene enrichment in the continental lithosphere; senior author: L. Wagner et al.. File size: 13 p., about 845 KB.


2008239: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 955. Anatomy of a young impact event in central Alberta, Canada: Prospects for the missing Holocene impact record; senior author: C.D.K. Herd et al.. File size: 1 p., about 211 KB.


2008240: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 959. A landslide in Tertiary marine shale with superheated fumaroles, Coast Ranges, California; senior author: R. Mariner et al.. File size: 5 p., about 315 KB.


2008241: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 967. Diachronous dawn of Africa's Middle Stone Age: New 40Ar/39Ar ages from the Ethiopian Rift; senior author: Morgan and Renne. File size: 27 p., about 2238 KB.


2008242: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 971. Sulfur isotopes in sediment-hosted orogenic gold deposits: Evidence for an early timing and a seawater sulfur source; senior author: Z. Chang et al.. File size: 3 p., about 252 KB.


2008243: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 975. Biogenic silica and chert in the Pacific Ocean; senior author: T. Moore. File size: 2 p., about 233 KB.


2008244: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 979. Multiple sulfur isotopes reveal a magmatic origin for the Platreef platinum group element deposit, Bushveld Complex, South Africa; senior author: S. Penniston-Dorland et al.. File size: 8 p., about 309 KB.


2008245: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 987. Tibetan uplift prior to the Eocene-Oligocene climate transition: Evidence from pollen analysis of the Xining Basin; senior author: G. Dupont-Nivet et al.. File size: 10 p., about 3545 KB.


2008246: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 991. Subtropical Atlantic salinity variability and Atlantic meridional circulation during the last deglaciation; senior author: A. Carlson et al.. File size: 24 p., about 701 KB.


2008247: Geology, 2008, Vol. 36, p. 999. Temporal variation in climate and tectonic coupling in the central Andes; senior author: N. McQuarrie et al.. File size: 7 p., about 345 KB.


2008248: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 752. Influence of flow variability on flood plain formation and destruction, Little Missouri River, North Dakota; senior author: J. Miller and J. Friedman. File size: 2 p., about 14649 KB.


2008249: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 630. Seasonal bias in the formation and stable isotope composition of pedogenic carbonate in modern soils from central New Mexico, USA; senior author: D. Breecker et al.. File size: 18 p., about 492 KB.


2008250: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 869. Easter Island, SE Pacific: An end-member type of hotspot volcanism; senior author: L. Vezzoli and V. Acocella . File size: 8 p., about 815 KB.


2008251: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 408. U-Pb ages of detrital zircons in Jurassic eolian and associated sandstones of the Colorado Plateau: Evidence for transcontinental dispersal and intraregional recycling of sediment; senior author: W. Dickinson and G. Gehrels. File size: 82 p., about 1096 KB.


2008251A: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 536. Slip rate of the western Garlock fault, at Clark Wash, near Lone Tree Canyon, Mojave Desert, California; senior author: S.F. McGill et al.. File size: 9 p., about 140 KB.


2008252: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 887. High-resolution, early Paleozoic (Ordovician-Silurian) time scales; senior author: P. Sadler et al.. File size: 292 p., about 5947 KB.


2008253: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1154. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction and water balance of a mid-Pleistocene pluvial lake, Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt; senior author: J. Kieniewicz and J. Smith. File size: 5 p., about 248 KB.


2008254: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1262. The Kumaun and Garwhal Lesser Himalaya, India: Part 1. Structure and stratigraphy; senior author: J. Céleriér et al.. File size: 6 p., about 319 KB.


2008255: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 979. The Chulitna terrane of south-central Alaska: A rifted volcanic arc caught between the Wrangellia composite terrane and the Mesozoic margin of North America; senior author: T. Gilman et al.. File size: 3 p., about 260 KB.


2008256: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 820. Provenance of Upper Cretaceous–Paleogene sandstones in the foreland basin system of the Sierra Madre Oriental, northeastern Mexico, and its bearing on fluvial dispersal systems of the Mexican Laramide Province; senior author: T. Lawton et al.. File size: 32 p., about 2186 KB.



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