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GEOLOGY starts 2013 with 25 new articles posted online ahead of print
Date:1/30/2013

Boulder, Colo., USA - Geology content posted online 4 through 25 January 2013 cover topics from greenhouse gas emissions to video observations of erupting geysers in Russia and from the age of Earth to the age of Grand Canyon. Highlights and detailed information about each article are listed below.

    1. Earth is mostly flat
    2. Age maps of early Earth
    3. Sagaing fault, Indo-Burmese wedge
    4. Anthropogenic lead
    5. The growth of a newly born submarine volcano
    6. The Hemlo gold deposit, Ontario, Canada
    7. Reptile and mammal fossils in the Karoo Basin, South Africa
    8. Retrieving glacial meltwater isotope signatures in deep Earth history
    9. 12 million years of vegetation change in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya
    10. GPS and intra-continental earthquakes
    11. Recycling Earth
    12. Retrodeforming the Arabia-Eurasia collision zone
    13. The 11 April 2012 magnitude 8.6 Sumatran earthquake
    14. 3.8-billion-year-old volcanic rocks from Innersuartuut, southwest Greenland
    15. Some of the lowest denudation rates in the world
    16. Gravity causes large volcanoes to spreading or sag volcanoes under their own weight
    17. Oldest biomarker molecules extracted from fossils in Indiana
    18. Examining how monsoon rainfall differed on the Tibetan Plateau 10,000 years ago
    19. Exploration of the continental shelf offshore Latium (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)
    20. Results showing that the Grand Canyon was cut within the last six million years
    21. The missing Nb paradox
    22. Video of interior conduit systems for four erupting geysers in Geyser Valley, Kamchatka, Russia
    23. Tristan-Gough, the first chemically zoned plume to be recognized overlying the African superplume
    24. The "Messinian gap"
    25. A field of pockmarks buried ~4 km deep in the Levant Basin

Highlights are provided below. GEOLOGY articles published ahead of print can be accessed online at '/>"/>

Contact: Kea Giles
kgiles@geosociety.org
303-357-1057
Geological Society of America
Source:Eurekalert  

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