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 Collective Behavior in an Early Cambrian Arthropod

Science

2008

322

224
 Laboratory Simulation of Volcano Seismicity

Science

2008

322

249-252
 GEOPHYSICS: Volcanic Symphony in the Lab

Science

2008

322

207-208
 Neodymium-142 Evidence for Hadean Mafic Crust

Science

2008

321

1828-1831
 The Structure and Dynamics of Mid-Ocean Ridge Hydrothermal Systems

Science

2008

321

1825-1828
 Magnetic Source Separation in Earth's Outer Core

Science

2008

321

1800
 GEOPHYSICS: Solid Rock Imposes Its Will on a Core's Magnetic Dynamo

Science

2008

321

1756-1757
 GEOCHEMISTRY: Geologists Find Vestige of Early Earth--Maybe World's Oldest Rock

Science

2008

321

1755
 GEOLOGY: An Uncertain Future for Soil Carbon

Science

2008

321

1455-1456
 GEOLOGY: Understanding Soil Time

Science

2008

321

1454-1455
 Regional Synthesis of Mediterranean Atmospheric Circulation During the Last Glacial Maximum

Science

2008

321

1338-1340
 Flood or Drought: How Do Aerosols Affect Precipitation?

Science

2008

321

1309-1313
 Weak Interplate Coupling by Seamounts and Repeating M ~ 7 Earthquakes

Science

2008

321

1194-1197
 GEOPHYSICS: When Seamounts Subduct

Science

2008

321

1165-1166
 N2O5 Oxidizes Chloride to Cl2 in Acidic Atmospheric Aerosol

Science

2008

321

1059
 The Geological Evolution of the Tibetan Plateau

Science

2008

321

1054-1058
 TECTONICS: Pumping Up the Tibetan Plateau From the Far Pacific Ocean

Science

2008

321

1028-1029
 Ferruginous Conditions Dominated Later Neoproterozoic Deep-Water Chemistry

Science

2008

321

949-952
 A Quantitative Link Between Recycling and Osmium Isotopes

Science

2008

321

536
 PALEOCEANOGRAPHY: Caribbean Megaeruptions Drove a Global Ocean Crisis

Science

2008

321

327
 The Formation Conditions of Chondrules and Chondrites   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

1617-169
 Iron Isotope Fractionation During Magmatic Differentiation in Kilauea Iki Lava Lake   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

1620-1622
 GEOCHEMISTRY:What Drives Iron Isotope Fractionation in Magma?

Science

2008

320

1600-1601

 Rise of the Andes     |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

1304-1307

 Mars North Polar Deposits: Stratigraphy, Age, and Geodynamical Response

Science

2008

320

1182-1185

 Microbial Ecology of Ocean Biogeochemistry: A Community Perspective

Science

2008

320

1043-1045

 The Microbial Engines That Drive Earth's Biogeochemical Cycles

Science

2008

320

1034-1039

 Metasomatized Lithosphere and the Origin of Alkaline Lavas   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

916-919

 GEOCHEMISTRY: The Origin of Alkaline Lavas

Science

2008

320

883-884

 Marine Polyphosphate: A Key Player in Geologic Phosphorus Sequestration     |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

652-655

 Structure and Dynamics of Earth's Lower Mantle   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

626-628

 Fire-Derived Charcoal Causes Loss of Forest Humus

Science

2008

320

629

 PALEOECOLOGY: Fossils Help Figure Out Food Webs Old and New

Science

2008

320

598-599

 Synchronizing Rock Clocks of Earth History   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

500-504

 GEOCHEMISTRY: Two Geologic Clocks Finally Keeping the Same Time

Science

2008

320

434-435

 Determining Chondritic Impactor Size from the Marine Osmium Isotope Record  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

320

214--218

 GEOCHEMISTRY: Toward New Uses for Hematite

Science

2008

320

184-185

 The Chlorine Isotope Composition of Earth's Mantle |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

1518-1520

 Splitting of the 520-Kilometer Seismic Discontinuity and Chemical Heterogeneity in the Mantle |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

1515-1518

 Response to Comment on "Early Archaean Microorganisms Preferred Elemental Sulfur, Not Sulfate"

Science

2008

319

1336

 Comment on "Early Archaean Microorganisms Preferred Elemental Sulfur, Not Sulfate"

Science

2008

319

1336

 Early Archaean Microorganisms Preferred Elemental Sulfur, Not Sulfate  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

317

1534-1537

 Age and Evolution of the Grand Canyon Revealed by U-Pb Dating of Water Table-Type Speleothems |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

1377-1380

 Long-Term Sea-Level Fluctuations Driven by Ocean Basin Dynamics  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

1357-1362

 GEOCHEMISTRY: The Rise and Fall of a Great Idea

Science

2008

319

418-419

 Enriched Pt-Re-Os Isotope Systematics in Plume Lavas Explained by Metasomatic Sulfides  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

453-456

 GEOCHEMISTRY: Where Has All the Stardust Gone?

Science

2008

319

401

 Comparison of Comet 81P/Wild 2 Dust with Interplanetary Dust from Comets  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

447-450

 Natural Streams and the Legacy of Water-Powered Mills  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

299-304

 Isotopic Evidence for Glaciation During the Cretaceous Supergreenhouse  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

189-192

 Tidal Modulation of Nonvolcanic Tremor   |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

186-189

 Intermittent Plate Tectonics?   |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

85-88

 Reduced North Atlantic Deep Water Coeval with the Glacial Lake Agassiz Fresh Water Outburst   |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2008

319

60-64

 Coupled 142Nd-143Nd Isotopic Evidence for Hadean Mantle Dynamics  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

1907-1910

 Accretion of Mudstone Beds from Migrating Floccule Ripples  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

1760-1763

 On the Accumulation of Mud

Science

2007

318

1734-1735

 Flow of Mantle Fluids Through the Ductile Lower Crust: Helium Isotope Trends  |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

1433-1436

 The Leaking Mantle

Science

2007

318

1389-1390

 How Urgent is Climate Change

Science

2007

318

1230-1231

 Accelerated Uplift and Magmatic Intrusion of the Yellowstone Caldera, 2004 to 2006

Science

2007

318

 952-956

 Thermokarst Lakes as a Source of Atmospheric CH4 During the Last Deglaciation

Science

2007

318

 633-635

 Upper Mantle Discontinuity Topography from Thermal and Chemical Heterogeneity Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

 623-626

  Call Off the Quest

Science

2007

318

 582-583

A New Twist for Mercury

Science

2007

318

402-403

 A Cretaceous Scleractinian Coral with a Calcitic Skeleton  | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

92-94

 Toward Direct Measurement of Atmospheric Nucleation   | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

89-92

 Major Australian-Antarctic Plate Reorganization at Hawaiian-Emperor Bend Time  | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

318

83-86

 Late Archean Biospheric Oxygenation and Atmospheric Evolution | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

317

1900-1903

 A Whiff of Oxygen Before the Great Oxidation Event?  |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

317

1903-1906

  Food Web–Specific Biomagnification of Persistent Organic Pollutants     |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

236-239

  Remnants of the Early Solar System Water Enriched in Heavy Oxygen Isotopes    | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

317

231-233

  Magmatic Gas Composition Reveals the Source Depth of Slug-Driven Strombolian Explosive Activity  |  Supp.

Science

2007

317

227-230

  Body-Centered Cubic Iron-Nickel Alloy in Earth’s Core     |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

1880-1883

  Marine Radiocarbon Evidence for the Mechanism of Deglacial Atmospheric CO2 Rise  |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

 

  Ultralow Friction of Carbonate Faults Caused by Thermal Decomposition  |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

878-881

  Pervasive Seismic Wave Reflectivity and Metasomatism of the Tonga Mantle Wedge   |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

855-859

  Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum and the Opening of the Northeast Atlantic  |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

587-589

  The Amount of Recycled Crust in Sources of Mantle-Derived Melts   |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

412-417

The Deep Ocean During the Last Interglacial Period  | Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

316

89-91

A Vestige of Earths Oldest Ophiolite    |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2007

315

1704

 Magmatic and Crustal Differentiation History of Granitic Rocks from Hf-O Isotopes in Zircon   |  Supporting

Science

2007

315

980-983

CO2-Forced Climate and Vegetation Instability During Late Paleozoic Deglaciation  |  Supporting

Science

2007

315

87-91

Ongoing Buildup of Refractory Organic Carbon in Boreal Soils During the Holocene  |  Supporting Online Material

Science

2006

314

1283-1286

A Post-Perovskite Lens and D'' Heat Flux Beneath the Central Pacific  |    Supporting Online Material

Science

2006

314

1272-1276

Transcrystalline Melt Migration and Earth's Mantle    |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2006

314

970-974

How Melted Rock Migrates

Science

2006

314

934-935

Cellular and Subcellular Structure of Neoproterozoic Animal Embryos    |    Supporting Online Material      

Science

2006

314

291-294

Oxygen Isotope Variation in Stony-Iron Meteorites   |   Supporting Online Material

Science

2006

313

1763-1765

MANTLE DYNAMICS: Rising Plumes in Earth's Mantle: Phantom or Real?

Science

2006

313

1726

Early Reactivation of European Rivers During the Last Deglaciation   |     Supporting Online Material

Science

206

313

1623-1625

The Challenge of Micropollutants in Aquatic Systems                                           

Science

2006

313

1072-1077

 Global Assessment of Organic Contaminants in Farmed Salmon    |     Supporting Online Material

Science

2004

303

226-229

 40Ar/39Ar Dates from the West Siberian Basin: Siberian Flood Basalt Province Doubled

Science

2004

296

1846-1849

Carbon Isotopic Evidence for Methane Hydrate Instability During Quaternary Interstadials

Science

2000

288

128-133

The Chi-Chi Earthquake Sequence: Active, Out-of-Sequence Thrust Faulting in Taiwen

Science

2000

288

2346-2349

 Natural NaAlSi3O8-Hollandite in the Shocked Sixiangkou Meteorite

Science

2000

287

1633-1636