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Topographic Relief in the Southern Appalachians
February 21, 2013 | GSA Today

The new featured article in GSA Today: Miocene rejuvenation of topographic relief in the southern Appalachians.

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When Did Plate Tectonics Begin?
May 27, 2013 | Speaking of Geoscience
An interesting essay titled: "When did Plate Tectonics begin on Earth, and what came before?" by Robert J. Stern has been posted on the Speaking of Geoscience blog.

A Super River from the Southwestern United States to the Labrador Sea?
November 27, 2013 | Geological Society of America
"Remnants of fluvial sediments and their paleovalleys may map out a late Oligocene–early Miocene “super-river” from headwaters in the southern Colorado Plateau, through a proto–Grand Canyon to the Labrador Sea, where delta deposits contain microfossils that may have been derived from the southwestern United States." Quoted from GSA Today article titled: Late Oligocene–early Miocene Grand Canyon: A Canadian connection?

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