Boulder, Colo., USA GSA Bulletin papers published online 11 Jan. 2013 include contributions from scientists in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Spain, the UK, and New Zealand. Multiple locations in the western U.S. are studied, along with locations in Canada, New Zealand, and Guatemala.
1. Holocene record of strong earthquakes in the Lake Tahoe region, USA;
2. Tectonics, salt, and the fossil forests of Joggins Fossil Cliffs UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canada;
3. Tectonics, sediments, and the Hornbrook Formation of Oregon and California, USA;
4. A case study of slow-moving landslides along the San Andreas fault, California, USA;
5. The effects of sea-level rise and hurricanes on a Texas barrier island system, USA;
6. The complex evolution of the Rabinal Granite, central Guatemala;
7. The history of Ice-Age Lake Franklin, Ruby Valley, northeastern Nevada, USA;
8. Sediments, geochronology, petrography, paleocurrent measurements and the early Alberta Basin, Canada;
9. Geomorphology of Arroyo Seco, central California Coast Ranges, USA;
10. Effects of climate on bedrock river incision and long-term landscape evolution, Kohala peninsula, Hawai'i;
11. Paleoclimate records in fossil soils of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming, USA;
12. Large prehistoric earthquakes along the Hope fault and current seismic hazard, South Island, New Zealand;
13. A 25-year perspective on how volcanoes work.
GSA BULLETIN articles published ahead of print are online at http://gsabulletin.gsapubs.org/content/early/recent; abstracts are open-access at http://gsabulletin.gsapubs.org/. Representatives of the media may obtain complimentary copies of articles by contacting Kea Giles.
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