Episodes

Vol. 30 No.3 September 2007

Journal of International Geoscience

Published by the International Union of Geological Sciences


Contents

Articles

           Paleozoic structural and geodynamic evolution of eastern Tianshan (NW China): welding of the Tarim and Junggar plates
              by Jacques Charvet, Liangshu Shu, and S¨¦bastien Laurent-Charvet
               
Abstract | PDF-1(84,741KB) | PDF-2(75,125KB) | PDF-3(994KB)

            Fe-Mn nodules associated with hydrocarbon seeps: A new discovery in the Gulf of Cadiz (eastern central Atlantic)
              by F. J. Gonz¨¢lez, L. Somoza, R. Lunar, J. Mart¨ªnez-Fr¨ªas, J. A. Mart¨ªn Rub¨ª, T. Torres, J. E. Ort¨ªz, and V. D¨ªaz-del-R¨ªo 
           Abstract | PDF(4,291KB)

            Geomicrobiological processes in extreme environments: A review
              by Hailiang Dong and Bingsong Yu
           Abstract | PDF(7,340KB)

            Cenozoic diatreme field in Chubut (Argentina) as evidence of phreatomagmatic volcanism accompanied with extensive Patagonian plateau basalt volcanism?
              by K¨¢roly N¨¦meth, Ulrike Martin, Miguel J. Haller, and Viviana I. Alric
           Abstract | PDF(53,559KB)

Geological Map

            The World Stress Map
      Abstract | PDF-1(160KB)  | PDF-2(7,340KB)

Conference Reports

            Sino-German Workshop on ¡°Geodynamic Evolution of Central Asia in the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic¡±
            26th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkins Research Conference on ¡°Reservoir characterization: integrating technology and business practices¡±
            Paleomagnetism and the Earth¡¯s deep interior: unsolved problems and future challenges
            The Global Ordovician and Silurian Meeting
            Field workshop of IGCP 499

           PDF(3.61MB)

Book Reviews

           Essentials of medical geology: impacts of the natural environment on public health
           S250 Science in context, Science, Level 2, Topic 3: Water and well-being: arsenic in Bangladesh
           Quantitative seismic interpretation: Applying rock physics tools to reduce interpretation risk
           The great tsunami in the Sumatra Region, 26 December, 2004

           PDF(2.65MB)

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Front Cover

The huge syncline composed of Permian sandy-muddy rocks in the Ermeiyao of Turpan Basin, NW China, which is overlain unconformably by Cenozoic strata ( Photo by L. Shu).

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