Boulder, Colo., USA Studies in this latest batch of GEOLOGY postings cover tiny Ediacara organisms, CO2 gas following seismic swarms, the growth of Mount Everest, methane seeps, the remarkably modern character of Cretaceous seawater composition, geodynamic models of the assembly of Rodinia and Gondwana, and whether subduction zones are invading the Atlantic. Other studies cover the Danube Basin, the Andes, the Central Range of Taiwan; and the seafloor near Costa Rica. All article abstracts are open access online.
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The progressive evolution of a continental climate in southeast central European lowlands during the Middle Pleistocene recorded in loess paleosol sequences
Bjrn Buggle et al., ETH Zrich, Dept. of Earth Sciences, Biogeoscience Group, Sonneggstrasse 5, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland; and Chair of Geomorphology, University of Bayreuth, 95440 Bayreuth, Germany. Posted online ahead of print on 24 May 2013; http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/G34198.1.
Little is currently known about the long-term climate ev
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