Biotic Enhancement of Weathering over the Past 3.7 Billion Years
Gregory J. Retallack
AGeS3: Micro-Funding an Inclusive Community Grassroots Effort to Better Understand the Earth
R.M. Flowers and J.R. Arrowsmith
GSAT Science Articles Ahead of Print
GSAT Groundwork Articles Ahead of Print
Preventing Harassment in Isolated Scientific Environments: Takeaways for the Geoscience Community
Tips For First-Time Attendees of GSA Connects
Rebecca Taormina, Miguel Valencia, and Yueyi Che
New Articles for Geosphere Posted Online in November
GSA News Release 22-70, 12/1/2022
New GSA Bulletin Articles Published Online Ahead of Print in November
GSA News Release 22-69, 11/30/2022
New Geology Articles Published Online Ahead of Print in November
GSA News Release 22-68, 11/30/2022
Linking Mass Extinctions to the Expansion and Radiation of Land Plants
GSA News Release 22-67, 11/10/2022
Earth’s Oldest Stromatolites and the Search for Life on Mars
GSA News Release 22-66, 11/7/2022
Geology science by Keyron Hickman-Lewis and colleagues, "Advanced two- and three-dimensional insights into Earth’s oldest stromatolites (ca. 3.5 Ga): Prospects for the search for life on Mars," was covered by Sky News.
Geological Society of America Bulletin science by Matthew Smart and colleagues, "Enhanced terrestrial nutrient release during the Devonian emergence and expansion of forests: Evidence from lacustrine phosphorus and geochemical records," was covered by Earth.com, Discover, SYFY, and the Global Plant Council.
Geology science by Kurt Cuffey and colleagues, "Late Cenozoic Deepening of Yosemite Valley," was covered by Forbes, Earth.com, the San Francisco Chronicle, Outsider, and the Sierra Sun Times.
Geology science by A. Losiak and colleagues, "Small impact cratering processes produce distinctive charcoal assemblages," was covered by Forbes and News9.
Geology science by Ana Vila-Consejo and colleagues, "Lagoon infilling by coral reef sand aprons as a proxy for carbonate sediment productivity," was covered by Fish Focus.