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Cenozoic ichthyofaunas of the North American Western Interior, and palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental reconstructionsDownload
The Cenozoic fluvial fish faunas of the North American Western Interior are poorly known in comparison to better preserved lake ichthyofaunas, such as that of the Green River Formation. However, fluvial fishes are typically represented by disarticulated material, which is more commonly preserved...
The Downie Slide case history demonstrates the importance of detailed site investigation and long-term monitoring, as well as the need for reinterpretation of the local geologic, structural, and groundwater conditions, and reassessment of slope stability as new information becomes available....
Cenozoic ‘island dolostones’ are found on islands throughout the oceans of the world. Due to their geological youth and lack of deep burial, these dolostones provide an opportunity to resolve some of the mysteries surrounding the dolomite problem. In island dolostone bodies, which are of variable...
Paelomagnetic and petromagnetic studies of Chinese Cenozoic sediments: Paleoclimatic, tectonic, and evolutionary implicationsDownload
The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) was investigated in three Chinese Loess Plateau sedimentary sections along a W–E transect. Previously published models assumed that winter monsoons were responsible for the magnetic fabric formation of loess sequences. In our new interpretation, the...
Tectonomagmatic Controls on the Çöpler Epithermal Au and Cevizlidere Porphyry Cu-Au-Mo Deposits (Central Eatern Turkey) and the Genesis of the Porphyry-Epithermal Mineralization at the Çöpler Epithermal Au DepositDownload
The Munzur Mountains in central eastern Turkey are an emerging belt of intrusion-related precious and base metal deposits. Two recent discoveries, the Çöpler epithermal Au and Cevizlidere porphyry Cu-Mo-Au deposits, lie 50 km apart and are located along the northern and southern margins of the...