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2004001: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 5. Prolonged wet period in the southwestern United States through the Younger Dryas; senior author: Polyak. File size: 2 p., about 1228 KB.


2004002: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 17. Two high-pressure low-temperature serpentinite-matrix mélange belts, Motagua fault zone, Guatemala: A record of Aptian and Maastrichtian collisions; senior author: Harlow. File size: 13 p., about 173 KB.


2004003: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 29. Oxygen isotope zoning profiles in hydrothermally altered feldspars: Estimating the duration of water-rock interaction; senior author: Cole. File size: 2 p., about 80 KB.


2004004: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 37. Thermal history of the 3.5-3.2 Ga Onverwacht and Fig Tree Groups, Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa, inferred by Raman microspectroscopy of carbonaceous material; senior author: Tice. File size: 4 p., about 498 KB.


2004005: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 41. Subducted upper and lower continental crust contributes to magmatism in the collision sector of the Sunda-Banda arc, Indonesia; senior author: Elburg. File size: 2 p., about 101 KB.


2004006: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 45. Sandstone detrital modes support Magdalena fan displacement from mouth of Gulf of California; senior author: Marsaglia. File size: 1 p., about 47 KB.


2004007: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 49. Calcite-twinning constraints on stress-strain fields along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Iceland; senior author: Craddock. File size: 4 p., about 2272 KB.


2004008: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 57. Ross Sea mylonites and the timing of intracontinental extension within the West Antarctic rift system; senior author: Siddoway. File size: 10 p., about 1180 KB.


2004009: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 61. The first Toba supereruption revival; senior author: Lee. File size: 2 p., about 194 KB.


2004010: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 65. Triggering of destructive earthquakes in El Salvador; senior author: Martinez-Diaz. File size: 6 p., about 689 KB.


2004011: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 69. Magmatic intrusion west of Three Sisters, central Oregon, USA: The perspective from spring geochemistry; senior author: Evans. File size: 6 p., about 42 KB.


2004012: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 77. Slab-detachment control on mafic volcanic pulse and mantle heterogeneity in central Mexico; senior author: Ferrari. File size: 8 p., about 1783 KB.


2004013: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 81. Variable responses of western U.S. glaciers during the last deglaciation; senior author: Licciardi. File size: 10 p., about 424 KB.


2004014: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 97. Thermal evolution of the Martian Core: Implications for an early dynamo; senior author: Williams. File size: 2 p., about 111 KB.


2004015: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 101. Three-dimensional seismic characterization of a venting site reveals compelling indications of natural hydraulic fracturing; senior author: Z?hlsdorff. File size: 5 p., about 1921 KB.


2004016: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 105. Warakurna large igneous province: A new Mesoproterozoic large igneous province in west- central Australia; senior author: Wingate. File size: 4 p., about 446 KB.


2004017: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 121. Diachroneity of Basin and Range extension and Yellowstone hotspot volcanism in northwestern Nevada; senior author: Colgan. File size: 2 p., about 428 KB.


2004018: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 137. Eocene calibration of geomagnetic polarity time scale reevaluated: Evidence from the Green River Formation of Wyoming; senior author: Machlus. File size: 9 p., about 361 KB.


2004019: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 157. Osmium isotope evidence for the regulation of atmospheric CO2 by continental weathering; senior author: Cohen. File size: 6 p., about 113 KB.


2004020: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 169. Spatial variations in a condensed interval between estuarine and open-marine settings: Holocene Hudson River Estuary and adjacent continental shelf; senior author: McHugh. File size: 40 p., about 496 KB.


2004021: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 173. Long-lived postbreakup magmatism along the East Greenland margin: Evidence for shallow-mantle metasomatism by the Iceland plume; senior author: Storey. File size: 8 p., about 216 KB.


2004022: Memoir 197, 2004, Detrital zircon ages and Nd isotopic data from the southern Appalachian crystalline core, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee: New provenance constraints for part of the Laurentian margin; senior author: Brendan R. Bream. File size: 13 p., about 101 K bytes.


2004023: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 60. Detrital-zircon fission-track ages for the "Hoh Formation": Implications for late Cenozoic evolution of the Cascadia subduction wedge; senior author: Richard J. Stewart. File size: 60 p., about 123 KB.


2004024: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 76. Complex patterns of fluid flow during wollastonite formation in calcareous sandstones at Laurel Mountain, Mt. Morrison Pendant, California; senior author: Jade Star Lackey. File size: 9 p., about 282 KB.


2004025: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 94. Holocene landslides and a 3500-year record of Pacific Northwest earthquakes from sediments in Lake Washington; senior author: Robert E. Karlin. File size: 7 p., about 3279 KB.


2004026: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 142. U-Pb geochronology and geochemistry of the McCoy Mountains Formation, southeastern California: A Cretaceous retroarc foreland basin; senior author: Andrew P. Barth. File size: 15 p., about 63 KB.


2004027: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 154. Isotopic, geochemical, and temporal characterization of Proterozoic basement rocks in the Quitovac region, northwestern Sonora, Mexico: Implications for the reconstruction of the southwestern margin of Laruentia; senior author: Alexander Iriondo. File size: 31 p., about 144 KB.


2004028: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 171. An orphaned Basement block: The Arequipa-Antofalla basement of the central Andean margin of South America; senior author: Staci L. Loewy. File size: 9 p., about 637 KB.


2004029: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 188. Structure and evolution of the central Gulf of Mexico continental margin and coastal plain, southeast United States; senior author: D.L. Harry. File size: 8 p., about 1892 KB.


2004030: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 219. Evolution of marine terraces and sea level in the last interglacial, Cave Hill, Barbados; senior author: R.C. Speed. File size: 2 p., about 27 KB.


2004031: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 181. Paleozoic stromatactis and zebra carbonate mud-mounds: Global abundance and paleogeographic distribution; senior author: Krause. File size: 21 p., about 181 K bytes.


2004032: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 193. Pace of landscape evolution in the Sierra Nevada, California, revealed by cosmogenic dating of cave sediments; senior author: Stock. File size: 4 p., about 126 K bytes.


2004033: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 201. Fluid expulsion related to mud extrusion off Costa Rica---A window to the subducting slab; senior author: Hensen. File size: 4 p., about 84 K bytes.


2004034: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 209. Detection of southward intracontinental subduction of Tibetan lithosphere along the Bangon-Nujiang suture by P-to-S converted waves; senior author: Shi. File size: 5 p., about 673 K bytes.


2004035: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 213. Nutrient and temperature controls on modern carbonate production: An example from the Gulf of California, Mexico; senior author: Halfar. File size: 4 p., about 62 K bytes.


2004036: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 229. 3.6 Ga lower crust on central China: New evidence on the assembly of the North China craton; senior author: Zheng. File size: 5 p., about 122 K bytes.


2004037: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 233. Tidally induced groundwater circulation in an unconfined coastal aquifer modeled with a Hele-Shaw cell; senior author: Mango. File size: 7 p., about 288 K bytes.


2004038: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 245. Topographic response to mantle lithosphere removal in the southern Sierra Nevada region, California; senior author: Saleeby. File size: 6 p., about 5522 K bytes.


2004039: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 249. Drowning of the -150 m reef off Hawaii: A casualty of global meltwater pulse 1A?; senior author: Webster. File size: 5 p., about 378 K bytes.


2004040: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 257. Isotopic geochemistry of the Saratoga Springs: Implications for the origin of solutes and source of carbon dioxide; senior author: Siegel. File size: 2 p., about 66 K bytes.


2004041: GSA Today, 2004, Vol. 14, no. 3, CO2 as a primary driver of Phanerozoic climate; senior author: Dana L. Royer. File size: 9 p., about 160 K bytes.


2004042: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 259. Magma eruption rates constrained by 40Ar/39Ar chronology and GIS for the Ceboruco-San Pedro volcanic field, western Mexico; senior author: Holli M. Frey. File size: 37 p., about 2392 K bytes.


2004043: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 368. Upper Cretaceous sequences and sea-level history, New Jersey Coastal Plain; senior author: Kenneth G. Miller. File size: 14 p., about 46 K bytes.


2004044: Special Paper 375, 2004, The acid volcanic lake of Santa Ana Volcano, El Salvador; senior author: Alain Bernard. File size: 5 p., about 14 KB.


2004045: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 434. 40Ar/39Ar and K-Ar chronology of Pleistocene glaciations in Patagonia; senior author: Brad S. Singer. File size: 4 p., about 226 K bytes.


2004046: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 451. Oxygen isotope trends of granitic magmatism in the Great Basin: Location of the Precambrian craton boundary as reflected in zircons; senior author: Elizabeth M. King. File size: 12 p., about 69 K bytes.


2004047: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 281. Superplasticity in garnet from eclogite-facies shear zones in the Haram Gabbro, Haramsøya, Norway; senior author: Terry. File size: 7 p., about 1547 K bytes.


2004048: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 285. Discovery of Archean continental and mantle fragments inferred from xenocrysts in komatiites, the Belingwe greenstone belt, Zimbabwe; senior author: Shimizu. File size: 1 p., about 45 K bytes.


2004049: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 289. Alabama Gulf Coast groundwaters: 4He and 14C as groundwater-dating tools; senior author: Carey. File size: 6 p., about 227 K bytes.


2004050: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 297. Glacial-interglacial-scale paleoclimatic change without large ice sheets in the Oligocene of central Oregon; senior author: Retallack. File size: 8 p., about 68 K bytes.


2004051: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 301. Asthenospheric metasomatism beneath the mid-ocean ridge: Evidence from depleted abyssal peridotite; senior author: Seyler. File size: 3 p., about 86 K bytes.


2004052: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 313. Large magnitude transient strain accumulation on the Blackwater fault, Eastern California shear zone; senior author: Oskin. File size: 5 p., about 195 K bytes.


2004053: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 317. Holocene climate in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean: Controlled by insolation or oceanic circulation?; senior author: Nielsen. File size: 4 p., about 144 K bytes.


2004054: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 321. Isostatic constraints on the assembly, stabilization, and preservation of cratonic lithosphere; senior author: Flowers. File size: 1 p., about 52 K bytes.


2004055: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 329. Tidal cycles in the sediments of Santa Barbara Basin; senior author: Berger. File size: 40 p., about 140 K bytes.


2004056: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 337. Climatically driven glacial-interglacial variations in C3 and C4 plant proportions on the Chinese Loess Plateau; senior author: Vidic. File size: 2 p., about 55 K bytes.


2004057: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 353. Active deformation of the Gorda plate: Constraining deformation models with new geophysical data; senior author: Chaytor. File size: 1 p., about 84 K bytes.


2004058: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 361. High-resolution subducting-slab structure beneath northern Honshu, Japan, revealed by double-difference tomography; senior author: Zhang. File size: 5 p., about 817 K bytes.


2004059: Memoir 197, 2004, Exhumation of a collisional orogen: A perspective from the North American Grenville Province; senior author: Margaret M. Streepey. File size: 27 p., about 364 K bytes.


2004060: Memoir 197, 2004, Slow cooling and apparent tilting of the Adirondacks Lowlands, Grenville province, New York, USA, based upon 40Ar/39Ar ages; senior author: Peter S. Dahl. File size: 26 p., about 212 K bytes.


2004061: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 369. Microbial contributions to cave formation: New insights into sulfuric acid speleogenesis; senior author: Engel. File size: 5 p., about 190 K bytes.


2004062: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 373. Massive collapse of volcano edifices triggered by hydrothermal pressurization; senior author: Reid. File size: 1 p., about 65 K bytes.


2004063: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 377. Close spatial relatonship between plutons and shear zones; senior author: Weinberg. File size: 3 p., about 71 K bytes.


2004064: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 385. Is the Wasatch fault footwall (Utah, United States) segmented over million-year time scales?; senior author: Armstrong. File size: 2 p., about 96 K bytes.


2004065: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 389. 44Ca/42Ca and 143Nd/144Nd isotope variations in Cretaceous-Eocene Tethyan francolites and their bearing on phosphogenesis in the southern Tethys; senior author: Soudry. File size: 1 p., about 85 K bytes.


2004066: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 393. Migration history of air-breathing fishes reveals Neogene atmospheric circulation patterns; senior author: Böhme. File size: 8 p., about 313 K bytes.


2004067: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 405. Decoupling of the Lu-Hf and Sm-Nd isotope systems during the evolution of granulitic lower crust beneath southern Africa; senior author: Schmitz. File size: 5 p., about 98 K bytes.


2004068: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 409. Exceptionally fast growth rate of <100-yr-old tufa, Big Soda Lake, Nevada: Implications for using tufa as a paleoclimate proxy; senior author: Rosen. File size: 6 p., about 390 K bytes.


2004069: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 425. Gigantic SO2 emission from Miyakejima volcano, Japan, caused by caldera collapse; senior author: Kazahaya. File size: 7 p., about 85 K bytes.


2004070: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 429. Channel profiles through the active thrust front of the southern Barbados prism; senior author: Huyghe. File size: 2 p., about 129 K bytes.


2004071: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 433. Rethinking the emplacement and evolution of zoned plutons: Geochronologic evidence for incremental assembly of the Tuolumne Intrusive Suite, California; senior author: Coleman. File size: 6 p., about 101 K bytes.


2004072: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 437. New constraints of the ages of Neoproterozoic glaciations in South China; senior author: Zhou Xiao. File size: 4 p., about 260 K bytes.


2004073: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 445. Bypassing and diachronous deposition from density currents: Evidence from a giant regressive bed form in the Poris ignimbrite, Tenerife, Canary Islands; senior author: Brown. File size: 1 p., about 1177 K bytes.


2004074: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 572. Petrology and geochemistry of Neoproterozic volcanic arc terranes beneath the Atlantic Coastal Plain, Savannah River site, South Carolina; senior author: Allen J. Dennis. File size: 29 p., about 111 K bytes.


2004075: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 637. Tectonic and chronostratigraphic implications of new 40Ar/39Ar geochronolgy and geochemistry of the Arman and Maltan-Ola volcanic fields, Okhotsk-Chukotka volcanic belt, northeastern Russia; senior author: Jeremy K. Hourigan. File size: 9 p., about 310 K bytes.


2004076: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 656. Coseismic subsidence in the 1700 great Cascadia earthquake: Coastal estimates versus elastic dislocation models; senior author: Lucinda J. Leonard. File size: 18 p., about 94 K bytes.


2004077: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 671. Paleoclimatic interences from paleopedology and magnetism of the Permian Maroon Formation loessite, Colorado, USA; senior author: Kristy L. Tramp. File size: 11 p., about 63 K bytes.


2004078: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 687. Gigantic seismogenic landslides of Summer Lake basin, south-central Oregon; senior author: Thomas C. Badger. File size: 1 p., about 39430 K bytes.


2004079: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 729. Glacial Lake Agassiz: A 5000 yr history of change and its relationship to the delta-18O record of Greenland; senior author: James T. Teller. File size: 8 p., about 15093 K bytes.


2004080: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 743. Extenisve microbial modification of formation water geochemistry: Case study from a midcontinent sedimentary basin, United States; senior author: Jennifer C. McIntosh. File size: 5 p., about 33 K bytes.


2004081: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 469. Land-level changes from a late Holocene earthquake in the northern Puget Lowland, Washington; senior author: Kelsey. File size: 3 p., about 334 K bytes.


2004082: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 473. Seawater chemistry and the advent of biocalcification; senior author: Brennan. File size: 2 p., about 56 K bytes.


2004083: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 497. Effect of paleosol formation on rare earth element signatures in fossil bone; senior author: Metzer. File size: 5 p., about 189 K bytes.


2004084: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 501. Long-term glacial erosion of active mountain belts: Example of the Chugach--St. Elias Range, Alaska; senior author: Spotila. File size: 5 p., about 261 K bytes.


2004085: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 505. Deformation of Quaternary strata and its relationship to crustal folds and faults, south- central Puget Lowland, Washington State; senior author: Booth. File size: 6 p., about 197 K bytes.


2004086: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 525. Reconstructing paleoelevation in eroded orogens; senior author: Mulch. File size: 4 p., about 102 K bytes.


2004087: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 537. Changes in geyser eruption behavior and remotely triggered seismicity in Yellowstone National Park produced by the 2002 M7.9 Denali fault earthquake, Alaska; senior author: Husen. File size: 6 p., about 366 K bytes.


2004088: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 545. What controls gold distribution in Archean terranes?; senior author: Weinberg. File size: 1 p., about 106 K bytes.


2004089: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 553. Paleocene-Eocene carbon isotope excursion in organic carbon and pedogenic carbonate: Direct comparison in a continental stratigraphic setting; senior author: Magioncalda. File size: 2 p., about 70 K bytes.


2004090: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 561. Three-dimensional finite-element modeling of a thin-skinned fold-thrust belt wedge: Provo salient, Sevier belt, Utah; senior author: Kwon. File size: 2 p., about 210 K bytes.


2004091: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 565. New neodymium isotope data quantify Nile involvement in Mediterranean anoxic episodes; senior author: Scrivner. File size: 2 p., about 85 K bytes.


2004092: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 577. Aseismic deformation of a fold-and-thrust belt imaged by synthetic aperture radar interferometry near Shahdad, southeast Iran; senior author: Fielding. File size: 11 p., about 2493 K bytes.


2004093: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 581. Evidence from Lake Lisan of solar influence on decadal- to centennial-scale climate variability during marine oxygen isotope stage 2; senior author: Prasad. File size: 2 p., about 58 K bytes.


2004094: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 585. Contiguous rather than discrete Paleozoic histories for the Avalon and Meguma terranes based on detrital-zircon data; senior author: Murphy. File size: 9 p., about 272 K bytes.


2004095: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 597. Phasing of deglacial warming and Laurentide Ice Sheet meltwater in the Gulf of Mexico; senior author: Flower. File size: 6 p., about 22 K bytes.


2004096: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 601. Precise temperature estimation in the Tibetan crust from seismic detection of the ?-? quartz transition; senior author: Mechie. File size: 13 p., about 2241 K bytes.


2004097: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 605. A groundwater-sapping origin for the giant quebradas of northern Chile; senior author: Hoke. File size: 1 p., about 4634 K bytes.


2004098: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 609. Archean mantle fragments in Proterozoic crust, Western Gneiss Region, Norway; senior author: Beyer. File size: 5 p., about 111 K bytes.


2004099: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 617. Long-term subduction erosion along the Guatemalan margin of the Middle America Trench; senior author: Vannucchi. File size: 3 p., about 408 K bytes.


2004100: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 621. Climate stability across the Eocene-Oligocene transition, southern Argentina; senior author: Kohn. File size: 7 p., about 33 K bytes.


2004101: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 629. Climatic controls on hillslope angle and relief in the Himalayas; senior author: Gabet. File size: 2 p., about 550 K bytes.


2004102: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 637. Tectonic control on coarse-grained foreland-basin sequences: An example from the Cordilleran foreland basin, Utah; senior author: Horton. File size: 5 p., about 33 K bytes.


2004103: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 817. Eocene-Oligocene extinction and paleoclimatic change near Eugene, Oregon; senior author: Gregory J. Retallack. File size: 3 p., about 25 K bytes.


2004104: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 895. Geomorphic constraints on surface uplift, exhumation, and plateau growth in the Red River region, Yunnan Province, China; senior author: L.M. Schoenbohm. File size: 29 p., about 2725 K bytes.


2004105: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 910. Coherent French Range blueschist: Subduction to exhumation in <2.5 m.y.?; senior author: M.G. Mihalynuk. File size: 19 p., about 707 K bytes.


2004106: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 923. Side-valley tributary fans in high-energy river floodplain environments: Sediment sources and depositional processes, Navarro River basin, California; senior author: J.L. Florsheim. File size: 4 p., about 35 K bytes.


2004107: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 953. Tectonic evolution of the northeastern Pamir: Constraints from the northern portion of the Cenozoic Kongur Shan extensional system, western China; senior author: Alexander C. Robinson. File size: 27 p., about 87 K bytes.


2004108: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 989. U-Pb zircon and geochemical evidence for the bimodal mid-Paleozoic magmatism and syngenetic base-metal mineralization in the Yukon-Tanana terrane, Alaska; senior author: Cynthia Dusel-Bacon. File size: 14 p., about 81 K bytes.


2004109: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1016. Geologic evolution of the Xolapa Complex, southern Mexico: Evidence from the U-Pb zircon geochronology; senior author: Mihai N. Ducea. File size: 12 p., about 45 K bytes.


2004110: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 641. Hydrogeochemical changes before and after a major earthquake; senior author: Claesson. File size: 3 p., about 412 K bytes.


2004111: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 677. Age and temperature of shock metamorphism of Martian meteorite Los Angeles, from (U-Th)/He thermochronometry; senior author: Min. File size: 5 p., about 824 K bytes.


2004112: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 681. The cold even at 8200 yr B.P. recorded in annually laminated lake sediments in eastern Europe; senior author: Veski. File size: 3 p., about 92 K bytes.


2004113: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 685. Life span and fate of basins; senior author: Woodcock. File size: 5 p., about 108 K bytes.


2004114: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 697. A 70 m.y. history (139-69 Ma) for the Caribbean large igneous province; senior author: Hoernle. File size: 8 p., about 185 K bytes.


2004115: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 701. Role of sulfide oxidation in dolomitization: Sediment and pore-water geochemistry of a modern hypersaline lagoon system; senior author: Moreira. File size: 3 p., about 77 K bytes.


2004116: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 709. Climate-induced rebound and exhumation of the European Alps; senior author: Cederbom. File size: 9 p., about 1221 K bytes.


2004117: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 713. Oscillations in arid alluvial-channel geometry; senior author: Pelletier. File size: 2 p., about 144 K bytes.


2004118: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 725. Fluid flow through seamounts and implications for global mass fluxes; senior author: Harris. File size: 1 p., about 166 K bytes.


2004119: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 733. Earthquake-triggered increase in sediment delivery from an active mountain belt; senior author: Dadson. File size: 3 p., about 88 K bytes.


2004120: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1059. Significance of porosity for stratigraphy and textural composition in subsurface, coarse fluvial deposits; Boise Hydrogeophysical Research Site; senior author: Warren Barrash. File size: 8 p., about 26 K bytes.


2004121: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1074. Significance of paleosurfaces in interpreting the paleogeographic and stratigraphic evolution of the late Paleozoic Paspébiac graben, a recently identified basin in the southern Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec, Canada; senior author: Pierre Jutras. File size: 1 p., about 19 K bytes.


2004122: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1087. Mid-Paleozoic initiation of the northern Cordilleran marginal backarc basin: Geologic, geochemical, and neodymium isotope evidence from the oldest mafic magmatic rocks in the Yukon-Tanana terrane, Finlayson Lake district, southeastern Yukon, Canada; senior author: Stephen J. Piercey. File size: 18 p., about 52 K bytes.


2004123: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1020. Paleo-fluid flow and deformation in the Aztec Sandstone at the Valley of Fire, Nevada-Evidence for the coupling of hydrogeologic, diagenetic, and tectonic processes; senior author: Peter Eichhubl. File size: 1 p., about 21 K bytes.


2004124: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1143. Geophysical and isotopic mapping of preexisting crustal structures that influenced the location and development of the San Jacinto fault zone, southern California; senior author: V.E. Langenheim. File size: 9 p., about 64 K bytes.


2004125: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1202. Early Cretaceous stratigraphy, depositional environments, sandstone provenance, and tectonic setting of central Tibet, western China; senior author: Kai-Jun Zhang. File size: 7 p., about 1004 K bytes.


2004126: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1240. Entrainment of debris in rock avalanches: An analysis of a long run-out mechanism; senior author: Oldrich Hungr. File size: 12 p., about 1403 K bytes.


2004127: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1253. Provenance of Neoproterozoic and lower Paleozoic siliciclastic rocks of the central Ross orogen, Antarctica: Detrital record of rift-, passive-, and active-margin sedimentation; senior author: John W. Goodge. File size: 24 p., about 131 K bytes.


2004128: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1280. Mineralogical and geochemical evolution of a basalt-hosted fossil soil (Late Triassic, Ischigualasto Formation, northwest Argentina): Potential for paleoenvironmental reconstruction; senior author: Neil J. Taylor. File size: 6 p., about 44 K bytes.


2004129: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 745. A prehistorical record of cultural eutrophication from Crawford Lake, Canada; senior author: Ekdahl. File size: 1 p., about 37 K bytes.


2004130: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 749. Early Pleistocene incision of the San Juan River, Utah, dated with 26Al and 10Be; senior author: Wolkowinsky. File size: 4 p., about 102 K bytes.


2004131: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 753. The Indian Ocean high-productivity event (10-8 Ma): Linked to global cooling or to the initiation of the Indian monsoons?; senior author: Gupta. File size: 7 p., about 385 K bytes.


2004132: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 761. Magmatic vapor contraction and the transport of gold from the porphyry environment to epithermal ore deposits; senior author: Heinrich. File size: 11 p., about 143 K bytes.


2004133: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 781. Micrometer-scale porosity as a biosignature in carbonate crusts; senior author: Bosak. File size: 4 p., about 6745 K bytes.


2004134: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 785. Zirconolite: A new U-Pb chronometer for mafic igneous rocks; senior author: Rasmussen. File size: 13 p., about 209 K bytes.


2004135: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 789. Geodynamic implications of Pleistocene ultrarapid vertical-axis rotations in the Southern Apennines, Italy; senior author: Mattei. File size: 4 p., about 319 K bytes.


2004136: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 793. High-resolution records of rainfall events from clay bands in tufa; senior author: Kano. File size: 1 p., about 33 K bytes.


2004137: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 809. Continuous deformation of the Tibetan Plateau from global positioning system data; senior author: Zhang. File size: 20 p., about 592 K bytes.


2004138: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 817. A U-Pb zircon date from the Neoproterozoic Ghaub Formation, Namibia: Constraints on Marinoan glaciation; senior author: Hoffmann. File size: 1 p., about 58 K bytes.


2004139: GSA Today, 2004, Vol. 14, no. 8, Surveying volcanic arcs with satellite radar interferometry: The central Andes, Kamchatka, and beyond; senior author: Matthew E. Pritchard. File size: 6 p., about 1414 K bytes.


2004140: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 833. New Early Cambrian bilaterian embryos and larvae from China; senior author: Steiner. File size: 8 p., about 809 K bytes.


2004141: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 853. N2-fixing cyanobacteria supplied nutrient N for Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events; senior author: Kuypers. File size: 1 p., about 74 K bytes.


2004142: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 861. Radiogenic isotope records of Quaternary glaciations: Changes in the erosional source and weathering processes; senior author: Reynolds. File size: 8 p., about 86 K bytes.


2004143: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 865. Composition of fluids during serpentinite breakdown in subduction zones: Evidence for limited boron mobility; senior author: Tenthorey. File size: 6 p., about 138 K bytes.


2004144: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 869. Synthesis of skeletal diamonds: Implications for microdiamond formation in orogenic belts; senior author: Dobrzhinetskaya. File size: 1 p., about 44 K bytes.


2004145: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 873. Orbital tuning and correlation of 1.7 m.y. of continuous carbon storage in an early Miocene peatland; senior author: Large. File size: 21 p., about 89 K bytes.


2004146: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 881. U-Pb SHRIMP ages of Neoproterozic (Sturtian) glaciogenic Pocatello Formation, southeastern Idaho; senior author: Fanning. File size: 7 p., about 279 K bytes.


2004147: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 885. Continuous 150,000 yr monsoon record from Lake Eyre, Australia: Insolation-forcing implications and unexpected Holocene failure; senior author: Magee. File size: 6 p., about 276 K bytes.


2004148: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 893. U-Pb zircon age constraints on late Neoproterozoic glaciation in Tasmania; senior author: Calver. File size: 13 p., about 2679 K bytes.


2004149: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 925. Middle Tertiary buoyancy modification and its relationship to rock exhumation, cooling, and subsequent extension at the eastern margin of the Colorado Plateau; senior author: Roy. File size: 4 p., about 113 K bytes.


2004150: Special Paper 381, 2004, Hydraulic Tests of Miocene Volcanic Rocks at Yucca Mountain and Pahute Mesa and Implications for Groundwater Flow in the Southwest Nevada Volcanic Field, Nevada and California; author: Arthur L. Geldon. File size: 30 p., about 109 K bytes.


2004151: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 877. Shape of Mesozoic dinosaur richness; senior author: Fastovsky. File size: 2 p., about 70 K bytes.


2004152: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 929. Geologic constraints on the chaotic diffusion of the solar system; senior author: Pälike. File size: 9 p., about 1587 K bytes.


2004153: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 933. Three-dimensional ground-penetrating radar imaging of sedimentary structures, fractures, and archeological features at submeter resolution; senior author: Grasmueck. Data Repository document , File size (PDF format): 8 p., about 777 K bytes. Video 1, File size (avi format): about 19529 K bytes. Video 2, File size (avi format): about 806 K bytes. Video 3, File size (avi format): about 806 K bytes. Video 4, File size (avi format): about 756 K bytes. 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. More information on this can be found in the data repository document.


2004154: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 945. Chlorine in oceanic intraplate basalts: Constraints on mantle sources and recycling processes; senior author: Stroncik. File size: 3 p., about 112 K bytes.


2004155: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 949. Three-dimensional seismic imaging of a protoridge axis in the Main Ethiopian rift; senior author: Keranen. File size: 5 p., about 7969K bytes.


2004156: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 953. Bacterial sulfate reduction limits natural arsenic contamination in groundwater; senior author: Kirk. File size: 5 p., about 142 K bytes.


2004157: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 965. Transfer of the Argentine Precordillera terrane from Laurentia: Constraints from detrital zircon geochronology; senior author: Thomas. File size: 9 p., about 191 K bytes.


2004158: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 973. Synchrony of the Central Atlantic magmatic province and the Triassic-Jurassic boundary climatic and biotic crisis; senior author: Marzoli. File size: 17 p., about 1663 K bytes.


2004159: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 985. How the Harcuvar Mountains metamorphic core complex became cool: Evidence from apatite (U-Th)/He thermochronometry; senior author: Carter. File size: 4 p., about 273 K bytes.


2004160: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 989. Stratigraphic paleoecology: Bathymetric signatures and sequence overprint of mollusk associations from upper Quaternary sequences of the Po Plain, Italy; senior author: Scarponi. File size: 26 p., about 634 K bytes.


2004161: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 997. Indentation model of the Eastern Alps and the origin of the Tauern Window; senior author: Rosenberg. File size: 2 p., about 134 K bytes.


2004162: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1017. Climate-independent paleoaltimetry using a stomatal density in fossil leaves as a proxy for CO2 partial pressure; senior author: McElwain. File size: 2 p., about 146 K bytes.


2004163: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1033. Weathering of iron rich phases in simulated Martian atmospheres; senior author: Chevrier. File size: 3 p., about 566 K bytes.


2004164: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1037. Evidence for sulfidic deepwater during the Late Permian in the East Greenland Basin; senior author: Nielsen. File size: 2 p., about 97 K bytes.


2004165: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1041. Fluid-metasedimentary rock interactions in subduction zone mélange: Implications for the chemical composition of arc magmas; senior author: Breeding. File size: 7 p., about 5377 K bytes.


2004166: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1053. Geochemistry of the end-Permian extinction event in Austria and Italy: No evidence for an extraterrestrial component; senior author: Koeberl. File size: 5 p., about 312 K bytes.


2004167: Geology, 2004, Vol. 32, p. 1061. Neogene tilting of crustal panels near Wrangell, Alaska; senior author: Butzer. File size: 8 p., about 751 K bytes.


2004168: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1299. Direct dating of Adirondack massif anorthosite by U-Pb SHRIMP analysis of igneous zircon: Implications for AMCG complexes; senior author: James M. McLelland. File size: 12 p., about 94 K bytes.


2004169: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1327. The geology of the Darien, Panama, and the late Miocene-Pliocene collision of the Panama arc with northwestern South America; senior author: Anthony G. Coates. File size: 5 p., about 28 K bytes.


2004170: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1367. Evolution of a terminal Neoproterozoic carbonate ramp system (Buah Formation, Sultanate of Oman): Effects of basement paleotopography; senior author: Andrea Cozzi. File size: 4 p., about 30 K bytes.


2004171: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1443. The Akato Tagh bend along the Altyn Tagh fault, northwest Tibet, 2: Active deformation and the importance of transpression and strain hardening with the Altyn Tagh system; senior author: Eric Cowgill. File size: 2 p., about 27 K bytes.


2004172: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1515. Tectonic setting of the Jurassic Smartville and Slate Creek complexes, northern Sierra Nevada, California; senior author: Howard W. Day. File size: 21 p., about 107 K bytes.


2004173: GSA Bulletin, 2004, Vol. 116, p. 1529. Paleoenvironments of the earliest stone toolmakers, Gona, Ethiopia; senior author: Jay Quade. File size: 12 p., about 452 K bytes.



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