Changes in mantle dynamics following the Australian collision in southeast Asia triggered fast and intense morphotectonic activity at the surface.
Increments of melt trapped in crystals reveal upper crustal magmas in the Main Ethiopian Rift are rich in water and other volatiles, leading to extensive diffuse degassing and hydrothermal systems.
The first open-source database of SEAfloor FLuid Expulsion Anomalies (SEAFLEASs) at a global scale reveals their distribution and physical parameters.
Approaching the 250th anniversary of Alexander von Humboldt’s birth, we look back at the life and legacy of “the most scientific man of his age.”
A new model, ArcCRUST, reveals with unprecedent resolution the geometry and the thermal state of the oceanic crust of the High Arctic and Circum-Arctic domain.
Find out who is taking over at Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, AGU’s premier interdisciplinary journal, and his vision for the coming years.