An ever-growing collection of records linking to open access articles and conference papers authored by members of the Geology department.

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Submissions from 2020

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Genesis and evolution of the square soda straws of Dry Cave, West Virginia, USA, Paolo Forti and Gregory S. Springer

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Uncertainties associated with the use of erosional cave scallop lengths to calculate stream discharges, Gregory S. Springer and Andrew Hall

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Lawsonite composition and zoning as tracers of subduction processes: A global review, Donna L. Whitney, Katherine F. Fornash, Patricia Kang, Edward D. Ghent, Laure Martin, Aral I. Okay, and Alberto Vitale Brovarone

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Switching from advancing to retreating subduction in the Neoproterozoic Tarim Craton, NW China: Implications for Rodinia breakup, Guanghui Wu, Shuai Yang, R. Damian Nance, Xin Chen, Wei Liu, Zecheng Wang, and Yang Xiao

Submissions from 2019

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Multi-year cave dripwater frequency and hydrochemical monitoring of three caves in eastern North America: Implications for speleothem paleoclimatology, Jessica B. Kelley, Harry Rowe, Gregory S. Springer, and Yongli Gao

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Age, geochemistry and origin of the ardara appinite plutons, northwest Donegal, Ireland, J. Brendan Murphy, R. Damian Nance, Logan B. Gabler, Alexandra Martell, and Douglas A. Archibald

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“Miles wide and miles deep” – Exploring the depth and breadth of geoscience during the first ten years of Geoscience Frontiers, Christopher J. Spencer, Nick M.W. Roberts, and R. Damian Nance

Submissions from 2018

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Response of soils and soil ecosystems to the Pennsylvanian–Permian climate transition in the upper fluvial plain of the Dunkard Basin, southeastern Ohio, USA, Daniel I. Hembree and Jennifer L. Carnes

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Frontiers of Biogeography: Taking its place as a journal of choice for the publication of high quality biogeographical research articles, Robert J. Whittaker, Joaquín Hortal, Dov F. Sax, David J. Currie, David M. Richardson, Alycia L. Stigall, and Michael N. Dawson