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2009001:Special Paper 447, 2009, p. 33. Geodetic constraints on contemporary deformation in the northern Walker Lane: 3. Central Nevada seismic belt postseismic relaxation ; senior author: W.C. Hammond et al.. File size: 11 p., about 55 KB.


2009002: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 3. Postglacial (after 20 ka) dextral slip rate of the offshore Alpine fault, New Zealand; senior author: P. Barnes. File size: 23 p., about 2943 KB.


2009003: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 7. Abrupt transition from magma-starved to magma-rich rifting in the eastern Black Sea; senior author: D. Shillington et al.. File size: 8 p., about 822 KB.


2009004: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 11. Metamorphic rates in collisional orogeny from in situ allanite and monazite dating; senior author: E. Janots et al.. File size: 7 p., about 482 KB.


2009005: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 19. Increased mid-twentieth century riverbank erosion rates related to the demise of mill dams, South River, Virginia; senior author: J. Pizzuto and M. O’Neal. File size: 8 p., about 979 KB.


2009006: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 23. Surface cracks record long-term seismic segmentation of the Andean margin; senior author: J. Loveless et al.. File size: 26 p., about 1121 K bytes.


2009007: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 27. Multiphase development of the Atacama Planation Surface recorded by cosmogenic 3He exposure ages: Implications for uplift and Cenozoic climate change in western South America; senior author: L. Evenstar et al.. File size: 7 p., about 140 KB.


2009008: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 31. Earthquake-cycle deformation and fault slip rates in northern Tibet; senior author: G. Hilley et al.. File size: 17 p., about 3147 KB.


2009009: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 35. Long-term performance of a mudrock seal in natural CO2 storage; senior author: J. Lu et al.. File size: 6 p., about 122 KB.


2009010: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 39. Decoupling along plate boundaries: Key variable controlling the mode of deformation and the geometry of collisional mountain belts; senior author: E. Willingshofer and D. Sokoutis. File size: 2 p., about 145 KB.


2009011: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 47. Taking mylonites' temperatures; senior author: M. Kohn and C. Northrup. File size: 8 p., about 530 KB.


2009012: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 51. Australian desert dune fields initiated with Pliocene–Pleistocene global climatic shift; senior author: T. Fujioka et al.. File size: 13 p., about 622 KB.


2009013: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 55. Wind-driven reorganization of coarse clasts on the surface of Mars; senior author: J. Pelletier et al.. File size: 1 p., about 11178 KB.


2009014: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 59. Evidence for focused magmatic accretion at segment centers from lateral dike injections captured beneath the Red Sea rift in Afar; senior author: D. Keir et al.. File size: 12 p., about 676 KB.


2009015: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 67. Pore-pressure migration along a normal-fault system resolved by time-repeated seismic tomography; senior author: C. Chiarabba et al.. File size: 5 p., about 399 KB.


2009016: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 71. Is there a link between Earth’s magnetic field and low-latitude precipitation?; senior author: M. Knudsen and P. Riisager. File size: 5 p., about 276 K bytes.


2009017: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 75. Testing the Mojave-Sonora megashear hypothesis: Evidence from Paleoproterozoic igneous rocks and deformed Mesozoic strata in Sonora, Mexico; senior author: J. Amato et al.. File size: 10 p., about 241 KB.


2009018: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 79. Pleistocene megafloods in the northeast Pacific; senior author: C. Lopes and A. Mix. File size: 18 p., about 190 KB.


2009019: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 87. Circulation through the Central American Seaway during the Miocene carbonate crash; senior author: D. Newkirk and E. Martin. File size: 8 p., about 113 KB.


2009020: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 91. Evidence from Middle Ordovician paleosols for the predominance of alkaline groundwater at the dawn of land plant radiation; senior author: P. Jutras et al.. File size: 3 p., about 325 KB.


2009021: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 837. Neogene tephra correlations in eastern Idaho and Wyoming: Implications for Yellowstone hotspot-related volcanism and tectonic activity; senior author: M. Anders et al.. File size: 10 p., about 487 KB.


2009022: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1013. Glacial geology and chronology of Bishop Creek and vicinity, eastern Sierra Nevada, California; senior author: F. Phillips et al.. File size: 21 p., WARNING: about 98,321 KB.


2009023: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1172. Geologic and taphonomic context of El Bosque Petrificado Piedra Chamana (Cajamarca, Peru); senior author: D. Woodcock et al.. File size: 6 p., about 598 KB.


2009024: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1441. Greenhouse crises of the past 300 million years; senior author: G. Retallack. File size: 71 p., about 251 KB.


2009025: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1204. 500 m.y. of thermal history elucidated by multi-method detrital thermochronology of North Gondwana Cambrian sandstone (Eilat area, Israel); senior author: P. Vermeesch et al.. File size: 5 p., about 30 KB.


2009026: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1179. Hydrogen and oxygen isotopic compositions of lake water in the western United States; senior author: A. Henderson and B. Shuman. File size: 6 p., about 440 KB.


2009027: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1054. Sediment yield from the tectonically active semiarid Western Transverse Ranges of California; senior author: J. Warrick and L. Mertes. File size: 27 p., about 1817 KB.


2009028: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1034. Degassing of mantle-derived CO2 and He from springs in the southern Colorado Plateau region--Neotectonic connections and implications for groundwater systems; senior author: L. Crossey et al.. File size: 28 p., about 933 KB.


2009029: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 99. Tropical sea temperatures in the high-latitude South Pacific during the Eocene; senior author: C. Hollis et al.. File size: 17 p., about 474 KB.


2009030: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 103. Lateral trends in carbon isotope ratios reveal a Miocene vegetation gradient in the Siwaliks of Pakistan; senior author: M. Morgan et al.. File size: 6 p., about 214 KB.


2009031: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 107. Mafic magma recharge supplies high CO2 and SO2 gas fluxes from Popocatépetl volcano, Mexico; senior author: J. Roberge et al.. File size: 10 p., about 253 KB.


2009032: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 111. Anthropogenic Pb in recent hydrothermal sediments from the Tyrrhenian Sea: Implications for seawater Pb control on low-temperature hydrothermal systems; senior author: G. Kamenov et al.. File size: 4 p., about 267 KB.


2009033: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 115. The impact of lithification on the diversity, size distribution, and recovery dynamics of marine invertebrate assemblages; senior author: J. Sessa et al.. File size: 15 p., about 120 KB.


2009034: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 119. San Andreas fault geometry through the San Gorgonio Pass, California; senior author: L. Dair and M. Cooke. File size: 6 p., about 463 K bytes.


2009035: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 123. Stratigraphic and tectonic implications of a new glacial diamictite–cap carbonate couplet in southwestern Mongolia; senior author: F. Macdonald et al.. File size: 16 p., about 505 KB.


2009036: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 131. Huge erratic boulders in Tonga deposited by a prehistoric tsunami; senior author: C. Frohlich et al.. File size: 8 p., about 68 KB.


2009037: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 135. Active normal fault control on landscape and rock-slope failure in northern Norway; senior author: P. Osmundsen et al.. File size: 32 p., about 8734 KB.


2009038: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 139. Volcanic spreading and lateral variations in the structure of Olympus Mons, Mars; senior author: P. McGovern and J. Morgan. File size: 9 p., about 4501 KB.


2009039: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 143. Enigmatic, highly active left-lateral shear zone in southwest Japan explained by aseismic ridge collision; senior author: L. Wallace et al.. File size: 9 p., about 109 KB.


2009040: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 147. Mantle weakening and strain localization: Implications for the long-term strength of the continental lithosphere; senior author: J. Précigout and F. Gueydan. File size: 5 p., about 818 KB.


2009041: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 151. A theoretical model coupling chemical weathering rates with denudation rates; senior author: E. Gabet and S. Mudd. File size: 4 p., about 54 KB.


2009042: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 163. Monitoring aseismic tectonic processes via hydrologic responses: An analysis of log- periodic fluid flow events at the Costa Rica outer rise; senior author: M. Tryon. File size: 2 p., about 268 KB.


2009043: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 167. Choking the Mediterranean to dehydration: The Messinian salinity crisis; senior author: R. Govers. File size: 4 p., about 13256 KB.


2009044: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 175. Multicentennial megadrought in northern Europe coincided with a global El Niño-Southern Oscillation drought pattern during the Medieval Climate Anomaly; senior author: S. Helama et al.. File size: 7 p., about 318 KB.


2009045: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 183. New Late Cretaceous macrobaenid turtle with Asian affinities from the High Canadian Arctic: Dispersal via ice-free polar routes; senior author: D. Vandermark et al.. File size: 6 p., about 36 KB.


2009046: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 187. Fetch-limited self-organization of elongate water bodies; senior author: A. Ashton et al.. File size: 1 p., about 14 KB.


2009048: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1219. Late Proterozoic–Paleozoic evolution of the Arctic Alaska–Chukotka terrane based on U-Pb igneous and detrital zircon ages: Implications for Neoproterozoic paleogeographic reconstructions; senior author: J. Amato et al.. File size: 29 p., about 2166 KB.


2009049: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 336. Geologic correlation of the Himalayan orogen and Indian craton: Part 1. Structural geology, U-Pb zircon geochronology, and tectonic evolution of the Shillong Plateau and its neighboring regions in NE India; senior author: A. Yin et al.. File size: 5 p., about 493 KB.


2009050: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 305. Origin of accretionary lapilli within ground-hugging density currents: Evidence from pyroclastic couplets on Tenerife; senior author: R.J. Brown et al.. File size: 1 p., about 11 KB.


2009051: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1695. Cenomanian sequence stratigraphy and sea-level fluctuations in the Tarfaya Basin (SW Morocco); senior author: W. Kuhnt et al.. File size: 29 p., about 8276 KB.


2009052: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1298. Tectonomagmatic evolution of Western Amazonia: Geochemical characterization and zircon U-Pb geochronologic constraints from the Peruvian Eastern Cordilleran granitoids; senior author: A. Mišković et al.. File size: 39 p., about 381 KB.


2009053: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 4. Late Holocene surface ruptures on the southern Wairarapa fault, New Zealand: Link between earthquakes and the uplifting of beach ridges on a rocky coast; senior author:T.A. Little et al.. File size: 29 p., about 7717 KB.


2009054: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1341. U-Th-Pb geochronology of the Coast Mountains batholith in north-coastal British Columbia: Constraints on age and tectonic evolution; senior author: G. Gehrels et al..
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2009055: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 195. Southern Ocean evidence for reduced export of North Atlantic Deep Water during Heinrich event 1; senior author: L. Robinson and T. van de Flierdt. File size: 4 p., about 34 KB.


2009056: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 199. The terrestrial Permian-Triassic boundary event bed is a nonevent; senior author: R. Gastaldo et al.. File size: 6 p., about 322 KB.


2009057: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 211. Thin anisotropic layer in the mantle wedge beneath northeast Japan; senior author: I. Katayama. File size: 1 p., about 751 KB.


2009058: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 215. Isotopic analysis of coexisting Late Jurassic fish otoliths and molluscs: Implications for upper-ocean water temperature estimates; senior author: G. Price et al.. File size: 3 p., about 207 KB.


2009059: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 219. Origin of basalt fire-fountain eruptions on the Earth versus the Moon; senior author: M. Rutherford and P. Papale. File size: 1 p., about 399 KB.


2009060: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 223. Direct dating of Fe oxide-(Cu-Au) mineralization by U/Pb zircon geochronology; senior author: P. Valley et al.. File size: 10 p., about 827 KB.


2009061: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 227. Early (pre-8 Ma) fault activity and temporal strain accumulation in the central Indian Ocean; senior author: K. Krishna et al.. File size: 2 p., about 271 KB.


2009062: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 231. Magnitude and duration of surface uplift above the Socorro magma body; senior author: N. Finnegan and M. Pritchard. File size: 5 p., about 24 KB.


2009063: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 235. Remote quantification of methane fluxes in gassy marine sediments through seismic survey; senior author: A. Dale et al.. File size: 7 p., about 191 KB.


2009064: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 239. A new look at old carbon in active margin sediments; senior author: N. Drenzek et al.. File size: 9 p., about 425 KB.


2009065: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 251. Simultaneous magma and gas eruptions at three volcanoes in southern Italy: An earthquake trigger?; senior author: T. Walter et al.. File size: 4 p., about 380 KB.


2009066: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 255. Climate control on Quaternary coal fires and landscape evolution, Powder River basin, Wyoming and Montana; senior author: C. Riihimaki et al.. File size: 7 p., about 58 KB.


2009067: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 263. How vulnerable is Acropora cervicornis to environmental change? Lessons from the early to middle Holocene; senior author: L. Greer et al.. File size: 6 p., about 793 KB.


2009068: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 267. Age constraints on alleged "footprints" preserved in the Xalnene Tuff near Puebla, Mexico; senior author: J. Feinberg et al.. File size: 11 p., about 433 KB.


2009069: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 275. Deposition of highly crystalline graphite from moderate-temperature fluids; senior author: F. Luque et al.. File size: 8 p., about 1173 KB.


2009070: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 279. Magnetic and geochemical characteristics of Gobi Desert surface sediments: Implications for provenance of the Chinese Loess Plateau; senior author: B. Maher et al.. File size: 6 p., about 1196 KB.


2009071: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 283. Flow of Canary mantle plume material through a subcontinental lithospheric corridor beneath Africa to the Mediterranean; senior author: S. Duggen et al.. File size: 14 p., about 234 KB.


2009072: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1381. Tectonic development of the southern Chinese Altai Range as determined by structural geology, thermobarometry, 40Ar/39Ar thermochronology, and Th/Pb ion- microprobe monazite geochronology; senior author: S. Briggs et al.. File size: 11 p., about 258 KB.


2009073: Special Paper 447, 2009, p. 215. Late Miocene to Pliocene vertical-axis rotation attending development of the Silver Peak–Lone Mountain displacement transfer zone, west-central Nevada; senior author: M.S. Petronis et al.. File size: 6 p., about 24 KB.


2009074: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1281. The Kumaun and Garwhal Lesser Himalaya, India: Part 2. Thermal and deformation histories; senior author: J. Célérier et al.. File size: 41 p., about 1277 KB.


2009075: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1362. Magmatic evolution of the eastern Coast Plutonic Complex, Bella Coola region, west-central British Columbia; senior author: J. Mahoney et al.. File size: 22 p., about 259 KB.


2009076: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 291. Ediacaran intracontinental channel flow; senior author: T. Raimondo et al.. File size: 14 p., about 19036 KB.


2009077: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 295. Hermit arthropods 500 million years ago?; senior author: J. Hagadorn and A. Seilacher. File size: 8 p., about 4940 KB.


2009078: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 299. Large perturbations of the carbon and sulfur cycle associated with the Late Ordovician mass extinction in South China; senior author: T. Zhang et al.. File size: 5 p., about 157 KB.


2009079: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 303. Circum-Pacific arc flare-ups and global cooling near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary; senior author: B. Jicha et al.. File size: 179 p., about 307 KB.


2009080: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 307. Evidence of Cenozoic environmental and ecological change from stable isotope analysis of sirenian remains from the Tethys-Mediterranean region; senior author: M. Clementz et al.. File size: 2 p., about 202 KB.


2009081: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 311. Ordovician metamorphic event in the carbonate platform of the Argentine Precordillera: Implications for the geotectonic evolution of the proto-Andean margin of Gondwana; senior author: G. Voldman et al.. File size: 2 p., about 431 KB.


2009082: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 315. Seismic and geodetic evidence for extensive, long-lived fault damage zones; senior author: E. Cochran et al.. File size: 8 p., about 1973 KB.


2009083: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 319. Role of non-mantle CO2 in the dynamics of volcano degassing: The Mount Vesuvius example; senior author: G. Iacono-Marziano et al.. File size: 6 p., about 137 KB.


2009084: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 323. Climate changes caused by degassing of sediments during the emplacement of large igneous provinces; senior author: C. Ganino and N. Arndt. File size: 4 p., about 78 KB.


2009085: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 327. Bedform-velocity matrix: The estimation of bottom current velocity from bedform observations; senior author: D. Stow et al.. File size: 10 p., about 328 KB.


2009086: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 347. Bioapatite 87Sr/86Sr of the last woolly mammoths: Implications for the isolation of Wrangel Island; senior author: L. Arppe et al.. File size: 5 p., about 184 KB.


2009087: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 351. Salinity effects on the Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca in starfish skeletons and the echinoderm relevance for paleoenvironmental reconstructions; senior author: C. Borremans et al.. File size: 5 p., about 99 KB.


2009088: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 359. On the plate boundary forces that drive and resist Baja California motion; senior author: C. Plattner et al.. File size: 2 p., about 452 KB.


2009089: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 367. New insight into explosive volcanic eruptions: Connecting crystalscale chemical changes with conduit-scale dynamics; senior author: K. Genareau et al.. File size: 9 p., about 330 KB.


2009090: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 375. Renewed glacial activity during the Antarctic cold reversal and persistence of cold conditions until 11.5 ka in southwestern Patagonia; senior author: P. Moreno et al.. File size: 15 p., about 1937 KB.


2009091: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 379. Jurassic onset of foreland basin deposition in northwestern Montana, USA: Implications for along-strike synchroneity of Cordilleran orogenic activity; senior author: F. Fuentes et al.. File size: 16 p., about 103 KB.


2009092: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 282. Detrital zircon evidence for progressive underthrusting in Franciscan metagraywackes, west-central California; senior author: C. Snow et al.. File size: 13 p., about 8181 KB.


2009093: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1409. Possible causes of arc development in the Apennines, central Italy; senior author: A. Billi and M. Tiberti. File size: 2 p., about 242 KB.


2009094: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1236. U-Pb geochronology of mid-Paleozoic plutonism in western New Zealand: Implications for S-type granite generation and growth of the east Gondwana margin; senior author: A. Tulloch et al.. File size: 24 p., about 568 KB.


2009095: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1421. Tectonics of the Mattinata fault, offshore south Gargano (southern Adriatic Sea, Italy): Implications for active deformation and seismotectonics in the foreland of the Southern Apennines; senior author: A. Argnani et al.. File size: 1 p., about 640 KB.


2009096: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1596. Craton-derived alluvium as a major sediment source in the Himalayan Foreland Basin of India; senior author: R. Sinha et al.. File size: 11 p., about 150 KB.


2009097: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 24. Reconstructing the kinematic evolution of curved mountain belts: Internal strain patterns in the Wyoming Salient, Sevier thrust belt, U.S.A.; senior author: A. Yonkee and A. Weil. File size: 9 p., about 634 KB.


2009098: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 3. Reconstructing the kinematic evolution of curved mountain belts: A paleomagnetic study of Triassic redbeds from the Wyoming salient, Sevier thrust belt, U.S.A.; senior author: A. Weil et al.. File size: 8 p., about 868 KB.


2009099: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 391. Extension rates, crustal melting, and core complex dynamics; senior author: P. Rey et al.. File size: 2 p., about 44 KB.


2009100: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 395. New evidence from seismic imaging for subduction during assembly of the North China craton; senior author: T. Zheng et al.. File size: 11 p., about 818 KB.


2009101: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 399. Reconstructing Earth’s surface oxidation across the Archean-Proterozoic transition; senior author: Q. Guo et al.. File size: 42 p., about 1768 KB.


2009102: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 403. "Chevrons" are not mega-tsunami deposits - A sedimentologic assessment; senior author: J. Bourgois and R. Weiss. File size: 4 p., about 236 KB.


2009103: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 407. Apatite triple dating and white mica 40Ar/39Ar thermochronology of syntectonic detritus in the Central Andes: A multiphase tectonothermal history; senior author: B. Carrapa et al.. File size: 14 p., about 600 KB.


2009104: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 411. Subglacial bedforms reveal complex basal regime in a zone of paleo-ice stream convergence, Amundsen Sea embayment, West Antarctica; senior author: R. Larter et al.. File size: 3 p., about 580 KB.


2009105: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 423. Evidence for microbial life in synsedimentary cavities from 2.75 Ga terrestrial environments; senior author: B. Rasmussen et al.. File size: 12 p., about 1662 KB.


2009106: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 427. δ37Cl systematics of a backarc spreading system: The Lau Basin; senior author: G. Layne et al.. File size: 6 p., about 1402 KB.


2009107: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 431. Schwertmannite in wet, acid, and oxic microenvironments beneath polar and polythermal glaciers; senior author: R. Raiswell et al.. File size: 5 p., about 307 KB.


2009108: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 439. Chlorine enrichment in central Rio Grande Rift basaltic melt inclusions: Evidence for subduction modification of the lithospheric mantle; senior author: M. Rowe and J. Lassiter. File size: 26 p., about 1083 KB.


2009109: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 443. Giant trilobites and trilobite clusters from the Ordovician of Portugal; senior author: J. Gutiérrez-Marco et al.. File size: 5 p., about 3636 KB.


2009110: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 447. Synconvergent surface-breaking normal faults of Late Cretaceous age within the Sevier hinterland, east-central Nevada; senior author: P. Druschke et al.. File size: 13 p., about 419 KB.


2009111: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 451. Blake Nose stable isotopic evidence against the mid-Cenomanian glaciation hypothesis; senior author: A. Ando et al.. File size: 10 p., about 6017 KB.


2009112: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 463. Large molybdenum isotope variations trace subsurface fluid migration along the Dead Sea transform; senior author: U. Ryb et al.. File size: 3 p., about 122 KB.


2009113: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 467. Field evidence for climate-driven changes in sediment supply leading to strath terrace formation; senior author: T. Fuller et al.. File size: 4 p., about 212 KB.


2009114: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 471. Time scales of compaction in volcanic systems; senior author: S. Quane et al.. File size: 1 p., about 252 KB.


2009115: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. . Bivergent thrust wedges surrounding oceanic island arcs: Insight from observations and sandbox models of the northeastern Caribbean plate; senior author: U. ten Brink et al.. File size: 2 p., about 13663 KB.


2009116: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 483. Bedload transport of mud by floccule ripples—Direct observation of ripple migration processes and their implications; senior author: J. Schieber and J. Southard. File size: 3 p., about 36515 KB.


2009117: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 491. Drainage basin response to climate change in the Pisco valley, Peru; senior author: D. Steffen et al.. File size: 11 p., about 842 KB.


2009118: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 495. Excess methane in continental hydrothermal emissions is abiogenic; senior author: J. Fiebig et al.. File size: 4 p., about 213 KB.


2009119: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 499. Lower-latitude mammals as year-round residents in Eocene Arctic forests; senior author: J. Eberle et al.. File size: 6 p., about 952 KB.


2009120: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 503. Recycling detrital zircons: A case study from the Cretaceous Bisbee Group of southern Arizona; senior author: W. Dickinson et al.. File size: 5 p., about 237 KB.


2009121: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 515. Coseismic reverse- and oblique-slip surface faulting generated by the 2008 Mw 7.9 Wenchuan earthquake, China; senior author: X. Xiwei et al.. File size: 11 p., about 3707 KB.


2009122: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 519. Origin of a widespread marine bonebed deposited during the middle Miocene Climatic Optimum; senior author: N. Pyenson et al.. File size: 5 p., about 325 KB.


2009123: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 527. Subtropical coral reveals abrupt early-twentieth-century freshening in the western North Pacific Ocean; senior author: T. Felis et al.. File size: 24 p., about 2088 KB.


2009124: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 531. Migration and venting of deep gases into the ocean through hydrate-choked chimneys offshore Korea; senior author: R. Haacke et al.. File size: 1 p., about 378 KB.


2009125: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 535. When do black shales tell molybdenum isotope tales?; senior author: G. Gordon et al.. File size: 5 p., about 134 KB.


2009126: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 547. Cenozoic tectonic and topographic evolution of the northern Sierra Nevada, California, through stable isotope paleoaltimetry in volcanic glass; senior author: E. Cassel et al.. File size: 4 p., about 46 KB.


2009127: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 551. Clastic and core lava components of a silicic lava dome; senior author: G. Wadge et al.. File size: 10 p., about 288 KB.


2009128: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 555. Pyroxenite-rich mantle formed by recycled oceanic lithosphere: Oxygen-osmium isotope evidence from Canary Island lavas; senior author: J. Day et al.. File size: 7 p., about 237 KB.


2009129: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 559. Climate control on erosion distribution over the Himalaya during the past ~100 ka; senior author: W. Rahaman et al.. File size: 15 p., about 1373 KB.


2009130: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 571. Melt inclusions track pre-eruption storage and dehydration of magmas at Etna; senior author: S. Collins et al.. File size: 8 p., about 222 KB.


2009131: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 109. Geology of Lonar Crater, India; senior author: A. Maloof et al.. File size: 17 p., about 30238 KB.


2009132: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1325. Structural and geochemical characteristics of faulted sediments and inferences on the role of water in deformation, Rio Grande Rift, New Mexico; senior author: J. Caine and S. Minor. File size: 20 p., about 4460 KB.


2009133: Memoir 204, 2009, Chapter 8, p. 185. Geochemical evolution of igneous rocks and changing magma sources during the formation and closure of the Central American land bridge of Panama; senior author: G. Wörner et al.. File size: 66 p., about 128 KB.


2009134: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 292. Contrasting origins of serpentinites in a subduction complex, northern Dominican Republic; senior author: Hattori et al.. File size: 4 p., about 237 KB.


2009135: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 219. Magmatism and early-Variscan continental subduction in the northern Gondwana margin recorded in zircons from the basal units of Galicia, NW Spain; senior author: Abati et al.. File size: 12 p., about 284 KB.


2009136: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 253. Proterozoic granites of the Llano Uplift, Texas: A collision–related suite containing rapakivi and topaz granites; senior author: Barker and Reed. File size: 21 p., about 277 KB.


2009137: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 579. Beyond threshold hillslopes: Channel adjustment to base-level fall in tectonically active mountain ranges; senior author: W. Oimet et al.. File size: 12 p., about 788 KB.


2009138: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 583. The 132 Ma Comei-Bunbury large igneous province: Remnants identified in present- day southeastern Tibet and southwestern Australia; senior author: D. Zhu et al.. File size: 14 p., about 9108 KB.


2009139: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 591. The 1500-year climate oscillation in the midlatitude North Pacific during the Holocene; senior author: D. Isono et al.. File size: 3 p., about 100 KB.


2009140: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 599. Mid-Pliocene Asian monsoon intensification and the onset of Northern Hemisphere glaciation; senior author: Y. Zhang et al.. File size: 67 p., about 727 KB.


2009141: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 603. Magmatic plumbing of a large Permian caldera exposed to a depth of 25 km; senior author: J. Quick et al.. File size: 30 p., about 915 KB.


2009142: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 607. Mafic dikes displacing Witwatersrand gold reefs: Evidence against metamorphic- hydrothermal ore formation; senior author: D. Meier et al.. File size: 9 p., about 217 KB.


2009143: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 611. Variations in 238U/235U in uranium ore deposits: Isotopic signatures of the U reduction process?; senior author: C. Bopp et al.. File size: 5 p., about 170 KB.


2009144: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 615. Plant-driven fungal weathering: Early stages of mineral alteration at the nanometer scale; senior author: S. Bonneville et al.. File size: 12 p., about 520 KB.


2009145: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 619. Late Miocene onset of the Amazon River and the Amazon deep-sea fan: Evidence from the Foz do Amazonas Basin; senior author: J. Figueiredo et al.. File size: 6 p., about 707 KB.


2009146: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 627. "Nanogranite" and glassy inclusions: The anatectic melt in migmatites and granulites; senior author: B. Cesare et al.. File size: 9 p., about 510 KB.


2009147: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 631. Biogenic origin for Earth’s oldest putative microfossils; senior author: B. De Gregorio et al.. File size: 5 p., about 39 KB.


2009148: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 635. How long was Meridiani Planum wet? Applying a jarosite stopwatch to determine the duration of aqueous diagenesis; senior author: M. Elwood Madden et al.. File size: 4 p., about 342 KB.


2009149: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 643. Does the topographic distribution of the central Andean Puna Plateau result from climatic or geodynamic processes?; senior author: M. Strecker et al.. File size: 2 p., about 1832 KB.


2009150: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 647. Low Quaternary slip rate reconciles geodetic and geologic rates along the Altyn Tagh fault, northwestern Tibet; senior author: E. Cowgill et al.. File size: 14 p., about 2678 KB.


2009151: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 651. Morphometry and evolution of arc volcanoes; senior author: P. Grosse et al.. File size: 8 p., about 295 KB.


2009152: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 667. Were deep cratonic mantle roots hydrated in Archean oceans?; senior author: D. Canil and C. Lee. File size: 84 p., about 430 KB.


2009153: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 195. Subducted oceanic asthenosphere and upper mantle flow beneath the Juan de Fuca slab; senior author: R.M. Russo. File size: 19 p., about 1012 KB.


2009154: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 465. Late Cenozoic deformation of the Kura fold-thrust belt, southern Greater Caucasus; senior author: A. Forte et al.. File size: 6 p., about 2250 KB.


2009155: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1678. Geology and geochronology of Paleozoic rocks in western Acatlán Complex, southern Mexico: Evidence for contiguity across an extruded high-pressure belt and constraints on Paleozoic reconstructions; senior author: C. Ortega-Obregon et al.. File size: 36 p., about 348 KB.


2009156: Special Paper 456, 2009, Chapter 4, p. 104. Mid-Cretaceous-Recent crustal evolution in the Central coast orogen, British Columbia and southeastern Alaska ; senior author: M.L. Crawford et al.. File size: 27 p., about 8.8 MB.


2009157: Special Paper 456, 2009, Chapter 6, p. 155. Granulite- to amphibolite-facies metamorphism and penetrative deformation in a disrupted ophiolite, Klamath Mountains, California: A deep view into the basement of an accreted oceanic arc ; senior author: S.R. Garlick et al.. File size: 1 oversized page + 4 p., about 2 MB.


2009158: Special Paper 458, 2009, Chapter 5, p. 116. Supplemental materials for the ICDP-USGS Eyreville A, B, and C core holes, Chesapeake Bay impact structure: Core-box photographs, coring-run tables, and depth-conversion files; senior author: C.T. Durand et al. Zip file containing 10 .pdf and 9 .xls files. WARNING: File size: about 254 MB.


2009159: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 265. Late Devonian glacigenic and associated facies from the central Appalachian Basin, eastern United States; senior author: Brezinski et al.. File size: 2 p., about 86 KB.


2009160: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 206. Arkosic rocks from the San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) borehole, central California: Implications for the structure and tectonics of the San Andreas fault zone; senior author: S. Draper Springer. File size: 32 p., about 1621 KB.


2009161: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 162. Geochemical variations in igneous rocks of the Central Andean orocline (13°S to 18°S): Tracing crustal thickening and magma generation through time and space; senior author: Mamani et al.. File size: 21 p., about 669 KB.


2009162: GSA Today, 2009, Vol. 19, no. 7, p. 4. The impact of snowmelt on the late Cenozoic landscape of the southern Rocky Mountains; senior author: J.D. Pelletier. File size: 5 p., about 80 KB.


2009163: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 675. High Cu grades in porphyry Cu deposits and their relationship to emplacement depth of magmatic sources; senior author: J. Proffett. File size: 6 p., about 351 KB.


2009164: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 679. Elevated fluid pressure and extreme mechanical weakness of a plate boundary thrust, Nankai Trough subduction zone; senior author: H. Tobin and D. Saffer. File size: 6 p., about 1835 KB.


2009165: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 683. Active aseismic creep on the Alto Tiberina low-angle normal fault, Italy; senior author: S. Hreinsdóttir and R. Bennett. File size: 3 p., about 76 KB.


2009166: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 687. Mid-Cretaceous seafloor spreading pulse: Fact or fiction?; senior author: M. Seton et al.. File size: 2 p., about 3344 KB.


2009167: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 695. A lacustrine carbonate record of Holocene seasonality and climate; senior author: C. Wittkop et al.. File size: 3 p., about 78 KB.


2009168: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 699. Middle Miocene oxygen minimum zone expansion offshore West Africa: Evidence for global cooling precursor events; senior author: S. Kender et al.. File size: 3 p., about 79 KB.


2009169: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 703. A record of rapid Holocene climate change preserved in hyrax middens from southwestern Africa; senior author: B. Chase et al.. File size: 4 p., about 143 KB.


2009170: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 707. Decoupled geochemical behavior of As and Cu in hydrothermal systems; senior author: A. Deditius et al.. File size: 11 p., about 1429 KB.


2009171: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 711. Magnetotelluric evidence for thick-skinned tectonics in central Taiwan; senior author: E. Bertrand et al.. File size: 11 p., about 659 KB.


2009172: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 715. Paradox of late Paleozoic glacioeustasy; senior author: D. Horton and C. Poulson. File size: 4 p., about 80 KB.


2009173: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 719. U-Pb zircon ages from the southwestern Karoo Basin, South Africa—Implications for the Permian-Triassic boundary; senior author: A. Fildani et al.. File size: 10 p., about 290 KB.


2009174: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 723. Geological and archaeological implications of strontium isotope analysis of exposed bedrock in the Chicxulub crater basin, northwestern Yucatán, Mexico; senior author: A. Gilli et al.. File size: 4 p., about 51 KB.


2009175: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 727. Natural and anthropogenic sources of East Asian dust; senior author: G. Li et al.. File size: 8 p., about 281 KB.


2009176: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 731. Assessing Quaternary reactivation of the Main Central thrust zone (central Nepal Himalaya): New thermochronologic data and numerical modeling; senior author: X. Robert et al.. File size: 2 p., about 290 KB.


2009177: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 735. Fluid-rock interaction in orogenic crust tracked by zircon depth profiling; senior author: S. Gordon et al.. File size: 23 p., about 1563 KB.


2009178: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 739. Vertebrate extinctions and reorganizations during the Late Silurian Lau Event; senior author: M. Eriksson et al.. File size: 4 p., about 38 KB.


2009179: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 743. Superheavy pyrite (δ34Spyr > δ34SCAS) in the terminal Proterozoic Nama Group, southern Namibia: A consequence of low seawater sulfate at the dawn of animal life; senior author: J. Ries et al.. File size: 18 p., about 592 KB.


2009180: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 751. Pore-fluid Fe isotopes reflect the extent of benthic Fe redox recycling: Evidence from continental shelf and deep-sea sediments; senior author: W. Homoky et al.. File size: 9 p., about 1362 KB.


2009181: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 755. Constraints from diffusion profiles on the duration of high-strain deformation in thickened crust; senior author: A. Camacho et al.. File size: 22 p., about 6484 KB.


2009182: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 759. Predicting delta avulsions: Implications for coastal wetland restoration; senior author: D. Edmonds et al.. File size: 7 p., about 279 KB.


2009183: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 763. Mapping potentially asbestos-bearing rocks using imaging spectroscopy; senior author: G. Swayze et al.. File size: 19 p., about 41775 KB.


2009184: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 926. Structural evolution of the Neogene Gar Basin, western Tibet: Implications for releasing bend development and drainage patterns; senior author: V. Sanchez et al.. File size: 11 p., about 1154 KB.


2009185: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 198. Tracing exhumation of the Dabie Shan ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic complex using the sedimentary record in the Hefei Basin, China; senior author: S. Liu et al.. File size: 5 p., about 519 KB.


2009186: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 96. Cambro-Ordovician paleogeography of the Southeastern New England Avalon Zone: Implications for Gondwana breakup; senior author: M. Thompson et al.. File size: 4 p., about 299 KB.


2009187: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 487. U-Pb (SHRIMP) and 40Ar/39Ar geochronological constraints on the evolution of the Xingxingxia shear zone, NW China: A Triassic segment of the Altyn Tagh fault system; senior author: Y. Wang et al.. File size: 12 p., about 1239 KB.


2009189: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 517. Analysis of the Wallowa-Baker terrane boundary: Implications for tectonic accretion in the Blue Mountains province, northeastern Oregon; senior author: J. Schwartz et al.. File size: 5 p., about 701 KB.


2009190: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 236. Geomorphic controls on lacustrine isotopic compositions: Evidence from the Laney Member, Green River Formation, Wyoming; senior author: Doebbert et al.. File size: 76 p., about 5983 KB.


2009191: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 323. The lower Lesser Himalayan sequence: A Paleoproterozoic arc on the northern margin of the Indian plate; senior author: M. Kohn et al.. File size: 16 p., about 309 KB.


2009192: GSA Today, 2009, Vol. 19, no. 8, p. 26. Mineral resource geology in academia: An impending crisis; senior author: M. Hitzman et al.. File size: 20 p., about 186 KB.


2009193: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 783. Impact of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum on deep-ocean microbenthic community structure: Using rank-abundance curves to quantify paleoecological response; senior author: A. Webb et al.. File size: 4 p., about 81 KB.


2009194: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 791. Orographic precipitation isotopic ratios in stratified atmospheric flows: Implications for paleoelevation studies; senior author: J. Galewsky. File size: 4 p., about 344 KB.


2009195: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 795. Dynamic rupture experiments elucidate tensile crack development during propagating earthquake ruptures; senior author: W. Griffith et al. File size: 4 p., about 1281 KB.


2009196: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 799. Magnetotelluric constraints on subduction polarity: Reversing reconstruction models for Proterozoic Australia; senior author: K. Selway et al. File size: 6 p., about 123 KB.


2009197: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 803. Long-term kinematics and sediment flux of an active earthflow, Eel River, California; senior author: B. Mackey et al. File size: 5 p., about 181 KB.


2009198: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 811. A major and long-term Pliocene intensification of the Mediterranean outflow, 3.5–3.3 Ma ago; senior author: N. Khélifi et al. File size: 10 p., about 978 KB.


2009199: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 815. Mediterranean fossil whale falls and the adaptation of mollusks to extreme habitats; senior author: S. Dominici et al. File size: 49 p., about 777 KB.


2009200: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 819. A volcanic CO2 pulse triggered the Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a and a biocalcification crisis; senior author: S. Méhay et al. File size: 4 p., about 293 KB.


2009201: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 823. Is mid-late Paleozoic ocean-water chemistry coupled with epeiric seawater isotope records?; senior author: U. Brand et al. File size: 11 p., about 1629 KB.


2009202: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 827. Isotopic, paleontologic, and ichnologic evidence for late Miocene pulses of marine incursions in the central Andes; senior author: C. Uba et al. File size: 5 p., about 365 KB.


2009203: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 831. Terrestrial climate signal of the “8200 yr B.P. cold event” in the Labrador Sea region; senior author: T. Daley et al. File size: 7 p., about 140 KB.


2009204: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 835. Major perturbation in sulfur cycling at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary; senior author: K. Williford et al. File size: 4 p., about 141 KB.


2009205: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 839. Sedimentology and hydrodynamic implications of a coarse-grained hurricane sequence in a carbonate reef setting; senior author: M. Spiske and B. Jaffe. File size: 3 p., about 494 KB.


2009206: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 851. Hurricane-associated ebb-tidal delta sediment dynamics; senior author: M. Miner et al. File size: 11 p., about 384 KB.


2009207: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 855. Ontong Java Plateau eruption as a trigger for the early Aptian oceanic anoxic event; senior author: M. Tejada et al. File size: 10 p., about 177 KB.


2009208: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 859. Spatial correlation between long-term exhumation rates and present-day forcing parameters in the western European Alps; senior author: A. Vernon et al. File size: 10 p., about 7729 KB.


2009209: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 627. Age, geochemistry, and tectonic implications of a late Paleozoic stitching pluton in the North Tian Shan suture zone, western China; senior author: B. Han et al.. File size: 4 p., about 335 KB.


2009210: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 855. A mechanism for chute cutoff along large meandering rivers with uniform floodplain topography; senior author: J. Constantine et al.. File size: 2 p., about 4798 KB.


2009211: Field Guide, 2009, Vol. 15, p. 19. The Chiwaukum Structural Low, eastern Cascade Range, Washington; senior author: E.S. Cheney and N.W. Hayman. WARNING: File size: 11 p., about 84,525 KB.


2009212:Special Paper 458, 2009, Chapter 8, p. 174. Physical property data from the ICDP-USGS Eyreville cores A and B, Chesapeake Bay impact structure, Virginia, USA, acquired using a multisensor core logger; senior author: H.A. Pierce and J.B. Murray. Zip file containing WellCAD file and reader. WARNING: File size about 124 MB.


2009213:Special Paper 455, 2009, Chapter 3, p. 32. Adventures through Deep Time: The Central Mississippi River Valley and Its Earthquakes; senior author: R. Van Arsdale. .mpeg file, about 6 MB.


2009214:Special Paper 455, 2009, Chapter 7, p. 71. Adventures through Deep Time: The Central Mississippi River Valley and Its Earthquakes; senior author: R. Van Arsdale. .avi file. about 51 MB.


2009215:Special Paper 455, 2009, Chapter 8, p. 79. Adventures through Deep Time: The Central Mississippi River Valley and Its Earthquakes; senior author: R. Van Arsdale. .avi file. about 97 MB.


2009216:Special Paper 455, 2009, Chapter 9, p. 101. Adventures through Deep Time: The Central Mississippi River Valley and Its Earthquakes; senior author: R. Van Arsdale. about 75 KB.


2009217: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 690. The German Bank pluton, offshore SW Nova Scotia: Age, petrology, and regional significance for Alleghanian plutonism; senior author: G. Pe-Piper et al.. File size: 6 p., about 611 KB.


2009218: Special Paper 458, 2009, Chapter 28, p. 637. Paleontological interpretations of crater processes and infilling of synimpact sediments from the Chesapeake Bay impact structure; senior author: J.M. Self-Trail et al. File size: 14 p., about 604 KB.


2009219: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 408. Rates and mechanisms of Mesoarchean magmatic arc construction, eastern Kaapvaal craton, Swaziland; senior author: B. Schoene and S. Bowring. File size: 23 p., about 136 KB.


2009220: Field Guide, 2009, Vol. 15, p. 165. Late Triassic to Late Jurassic petrotectonic history of the Oregon Klamath Mountains ; senior author: D. Yule et al.. File size: 1 p., about 3657 KB.


2009221: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 563. Structural and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) evidence for oblique impact on terrestrial basalt flows: Lonar crater, India; senior author: S. Misra et al.. File size: 8 p., about 792 KB.


2009222: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 871. Pliocene–Pleistocene variability of upwelling activity, productivity, and nutrient cycling in the Benguela region; senior author: J. Etourneau et al.. File size: 4 p., about 140 KB.


2009223: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 887. Massive perturbation in terrestrial ecosystems of the Eastern Mediterranean region associated with the 8.2 kyr B.P. climatic event; senior author: J. Pross et al.. File size: 5 p., about 252 KB.


2009224: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 891. Geochemical evidence for sediment accretion in the Costa Rica Frontal Prism; senior author: D. Cardace and J. Morris. File size: 3 p., about 33 KB.


2009225: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 895. Turbulent dynamics of the 18 May 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption column; senior author: B. Andrews and J. Gardner. File size: 4 p., about 142 KB.


2009226: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 899. Contribution of pre Pan-African crust to formation of the Arabian Nubian Shield: New secondary ionization mass spectrometry U-Pb and O studies of zircon; senior author: Y. Be'eri-Shlevin et al.. File size: 5 p., about 174 KB.


2009227: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 907. Beyond Beecher’s Trilobite Bed: Widespread pyritization of soft tissues in the Late Ordovician Taconic foreland basin; senior author: U. Farrell et al.. File size: 6 p., about 115 KB.


2009228: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 911. Earthquake histories and Holocene acceleration of fault displacement rates; senior author: A. Nicol et al.. File size: 8 p., about 142 KB.


2009229: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 915. Mechanism of instantaneous coal outbursts; senior author: P. Guan et al.. File size: 4 p., about 5148 KB.


2009230: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 919. Increased sediment transport via bioturbation at the last glacial-interglacial transition; senior author: M. Hughes et al.. File size: 1 p., about 19 KB.


2009231: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 927. Impact melt sheet zircons and their implications for the Hadean crust; senior author: J. Darling et al.. File size: 5 p., about 331 KB.


2009232: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 943. Tsunami waves generated by the Santorini eruption reached Eastern Mediterranean shores; senior author: B. Goodman-Tchernov et al.. File size: 16 p., about 659 KB.


2009233: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 947. Dune mobility and aridity at the desert margin of northern China at a time of peak monsoon strength; senior author: J. Mason et al.. File size: 9 p., about 396 KB.


2009234: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 951. A major drop in seawater 87Sr/86Sr during the Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian): Links to volcanism and climate?; senior author: S. Young et al.. File size: 8 p., about 445 KB.


2009235: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 955. Palynomorphs from a sediment core reveal a sudden remarkably warm Antarctica during the middle Miocene; senior author: S. Warny et al.. File size: 3 p., about 137 KB.


2009236: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 5, p. 305. Mafic volcanism on the Puna Plateau, NW Argentina: Implications for lithospheric composition and evolution with an emphasis on lithospheric foundering; senior author: Drew. File size: 4 p., about 22 K bytes.


2009237: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 609. The Tertiary evolution of the prolific Nanpu Sag of Bohai Bay Basin, China: Constraints from volcanic records and tectono-stratigraphic sequences; senior author: Y. Dong et al.. File size: 8 p., about 93 KB.


2009238: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 815. U/Pb geochronology of Devonian and older Paleozoic beds in the southeastern Maya block, Central America: Its affinity with peri-Gondwanan terranes; senior author: U. Martens et al.. File size: 26 p., about 128 KB.


2009239: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 575. Late Paleozoic tectonics and paleogeography of the ancestral Front Range: Structural, stratigraphic, and sedimentologic evidence from the Fountain Formation (Manitou Springs, Colorado); senior author: D. Sweet and G. Soreghan. File size: 13 p., about 700 KB.


2009240: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 430. SHRIMP U-Pb dating of recurrent Cryogenian and Late Cambrian–Early Ordovician alkalic magmatism in central Idaho: Implications for Rodinian rift tectonics; senior author: K. Lund et al.. File size: 16 p., about 1649 KB.


2009241: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 396. New 40Ar/39Ar ages reveal contemporaneous mafic and silicic eruptions during the past 160,000 years at Mammoth Mountain and Long Valley caldera, California; senior author: G. Mahood et al.. File size: 18 p., about 755 K bytes.


2009242: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 259. Miocene structural reorganization of the South Tibetan detachment, eastern Himalaya: Implications for continental collision; senior author: Kellett. File size: 17 p., about 369 K bytes.


2009243: Field Guide, 2009, Vol. 15, p. 345. A tectonic transect through the Salmon River suture zone along the Salmon River Canyon in the Riggins region of west-central Idaho; senior author: D.E. Blake et al.. File size: 42 p., about 5037 KB.


2009244: Field Guide, 2009, Vol. 15, p. 599. An introduction to the stratigraphy, structural geology, and hydrogeology of the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province: A primer for the GSA Columbia River Basalt Group field trips; senior author: T.L. Tolan et al.. File size: 4 p., about 52 KB.


2009245: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 963. First in situ observation of crystallization processes in a basaltic-andesitic melt with the moissanite cell; senior author: F. Schiavi et al.. File size: 3 p., about 39690 KB.


2009246: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 967. An Upper Cretaceous sag pond deposit: Implications for recognition of local seismicity and surface rupture along the Kaibab monocline, Utah; senior author: E. Simpson et al.. File size: 1 p., about 71 KB.


2009247: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 971. Holocene ooids of Aitutaki Atoll, Cook Islands, South Pacific; senior author: E. Rankey and S. Reeder. File size: 3 p., about 217 K bytes.


2009248: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 975. Climate-driven processes of hillslope weathering; senior author: J. Dixon et al.. File size: 13 p., about 940 KB.


2009249: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 979. Multiple inflation and deflation events at Kenyan volcanoes, East African Rift; senior author: J. Biggs et al.. File size: 13 p., about 3548 KB.


2009250: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 987. Lawsonite Lu-Hf geochronology: A new geochronometer for subduction zone processes; senior author: S. Mulcahy et al.. File size: 5 p., about 37 KB.


2009251: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 991. Deposits of flows transitional between turbidity current and debris flow; senior author: E. Sumner et al.. File size: 13 p., about 376 KB.


2009252: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 995. Tsunami geomorphology: Erosion and deposition from the 15 November 2006 Kuril Island tsunami; senior author: B. MacInnes et al.. File size: 24 p., about 1405 KB.


2009253: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 999. Direct calculation of rupture depth for an exhumed paleoseismogenic fault from mylonitic pseudotachylyte; senior author: D. Moecher and M. Steltenpohl. File size: 3 p., about 800 KB.


2009254: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1007. Timing and structure of the 8.2 kyr B.P. event inferred from δ18O records of stalagmites from China, Oman, and Brazil; senior author: H. Cheng et al.. File size: 20 p., about 2142 KB.


2009255: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1011. Extraterrestrial demise of banded iron formations 1.85 billion years ago; senior author: J. Slack and W. Cannon. File size: 9 p., about 356 KB.


2009256: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1015. The stable isotope altimeter: Do Quaternary pedogenic carbonates predict modern elevations?; senior author: G. Hoke et al.. File size: 7 p., about 2730 KB.


2009257: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1019. Lake-sediment geochemistry reveals 1400 years of evolving extractive metallurgy at Cerro de Pasco, Peruvian Andes; senior author: C. Cooke et al.. File size: 8 p., about 478 KB.


2009258: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1023. Strain localization in vesicular magma: Implications for rheology and fragmentation; senior author: H. Wright and R. Weinberg. File size: 2 p., about 31363 KB.


2009259: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1027. Cellular energy conservation and the rate of microbial sulfate; senior author: Q. Jin and C. Bethke. File size: 4 p., about 167 K bytes.


2009260: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1035. Timing and magnitude of recent accelerated sea-level rise (North Carolina, United States); senior author: A. Kemp et al.. File size: 19 p., about 1753 KB.


2009261: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1039. Barchan dunes stabilized under recent climate warming on the northern Great Plains; senior author: S. Wolfe and C. Hugenholtz. File size: 10 p., about 212 KB.


2009262: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1043. Diverse aqueous environments on ancient Mars revealed in the southern highlands; senior author: J. Wray et al.. File size: 9 p., about 1119 KB.


2009263: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1047. A possible link between the geomagnetic field and catastrophic climate at the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum; senior author: Y. Lee and K. Kodama. File size: 44 p., about 966 KB.


2009264: Field Guide, 2009, Vol. 15, p. 737. The Columbia River Basalt Group—From the gorge to the sea ; senior author: R.E. Wells et al.. File size: 6 p., about 52 KB.


2009265: GSA Bulletin, 2009, Vol. 121, p. 1666. Eruption recurrence rates in a basaltic volcanic field based on tephra layers in maar sediments: Implications for hazards in the Auckland volcanic field; senior author: C. Molloy et al.. File size: 5 p., about 104 KB.


2009266: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1059. How do prokaryotes survive in fluid inclusions in halite for 30 k.y.?; senior author: B. Schubert et al.. File size: 10 p., about 50 KB.


2009267: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1063. Sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe analysis of zircon reequilibrated by late magmatic fluids in a hybridized pluton; senior author: M. Kusiak et al.. File size: 5 p., about 378 KB.


2009268: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1067. Do hyperpycnal-flow deposits record river-flood dynamics?; senior author: M. Lamb and D. Mohrig. File size: 5 p., about 36 KB.


2009269: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1071. Global dispersal of Pb by large-volume silicic eruptions in the Paraná-Etendeka large igneous province; senior author: D. Peate. File size: 1 p., about 56 KB.


2009270: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1083. Martian magmas contained abundant chlorine, but little water; senior author: J. Filiberto and A. Treiman. File size: 4 p., about 27 KB.


2009271: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1095. Oxygen isotope precipitation anomaly in the North Atlantic region during the 8.2 ka event; senior author: D. Domínguez-Villar et al.. File size: 4 p., about 305 KB.


2009272: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1099. The effects of flank collapses on volcano plumbing systems; senior author: A. Manconi et al.. File size: 19 p., about 379 KB.


2009273: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1103. Metals in deep liquid of the Reykjanes geothermal system, southwest Iceland: Implications for the composition of seafloor black smoker fluids; senior author: V. Hardardóttir et al.. File size: 7 p., about 43 KB.


2009274: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1107. Salt as a fluid driver, and basement as a metal source, for stratiform sediment- hosted copper deposits; senior author: L. Koziy et al.. File size: 3 p., about 20260 KB.


2009275: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1111. A new approach to risk assessment of lava flow at Mount Etna; senior author: M. Favalli et al.. File size: 1 p., about 251 KB.


2009276: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1115. Spatial variability of late Holocene and 20th century sea-level rise along the Atlantic coast of the United States; senior author: S. Engelhart et al.. File size: 15 p., about 205 KB.


2009277: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1119. Imaging the source region of Cascadia tremor and intermediate-depth earthquakes; senior author: G. Abers et al.. File size: 16 p., about 423 KB.


2009278: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1123. Controls on carbonate skeletal mineralogy: Global CO2 evolution and mass extinctions; senior author: A. Zhuravlev and R. Wood. File size: 13 p., about 126 KB.


2009279: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1131. Marine calcifiers exhibit mixed responses to CO2-induced ocean acidification; senior author: J. Ries et al.. File size: 32 p., about 474 KB.


2009280: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1139. Spatial variations in catchment-averaged denudation rates from normal fault footwalls; senior author: A. Densmore et al.. File size: 12 p., about 462 KB.


2009281: Geology, 2009, Vol. 37, p. 1143. Homologous skeletal secretion in tommotiids and brachiopods; senior author: U. Balthasar et al.. File size: 3 p., about 2307 KB.


2009282: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 337. Refining temporal constraints on metamorphism in the Nashoba terrane, Southeastern New England through monazite dating; senior author: M.M. Stroud. File size: 28 p., about 8102 KB.


2009283: Lithosphere, 2009, Vol. 1, p. 323. The consequences of crustal melting in continental subduction; senior author: D.L. Whitney. File size: 5 p., about 30 KB.


2009284: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 1160. Thermochronologic evidence for orogen-parallel variability in wedge kinematics during extending convergent orogenesis of the northern Apennines, Italy; senior author: S. Thomson et al.. File size: 13 p., about 2606 KB.


2009285: Lithosphere, 2010, Vol. 2, p. 33. Rates of extension along the Fish Lake Valley fault and transtensional deformation in the Eastern California shear zone–Walker Lane belt; senior author: P.N. Ganev et al.. File size: 11 p., about 1075 KB.


2009286: GSA Bulletin, 2010, Vol. 122, p. 1047. Chemical and isotopic indicators of groundwater evolution in the basal sands of a buried bedrock valley in the Midwestern United States: Implications for recharge, rock-water interactions, and mixing; senior author: K. Hackley et al.. File size: 17 p., about 733 KB.


2009287: GSA Today, 2009, Vol. 19, no. 12, p. 8. Enigmatic boulder trains, supraglacial rock avalanches, and the origin of "Darwin’s Boulders," Tierra del Fuego; senior author: E.B. Evenson. File size: 11 p., about 169 KB.



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