Articles and Features in volume 41, number 2 (June 2014)  

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COLUMN: THE TOOTH OF TIME:  Conrad Gebelein.
Paul F. Hoffman


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  Ode to Field Geology of Williams: Fleur-de-Lys Nectar Still Fermenting on Belle Isle.
Maarten J. De Wit and Richard Armstrong


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  Time-Transgressive Salinic and Acadian Orogenesis: Magmatism and Old Red Sandstone Sedimentation in Newfoundland.
Cees R. van Staal, Alexandre Zagorevski, Vicki McNicoll and Neil Rogers


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  The Ocean-Continent Transition Zones along the Appalachian Caledonian Margin of Laurentia: Examples of Large-Scale Hyperextension During the Opening of the Iapetus Ocean.
David M. Chew and Cees R. van Staal


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  Connecting Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland, Canada: Geophysical Modelling of Pre-Carboniferous "Basement" Rocks in the Cabot Strait Area.
Sandra M. Barr, Sonya A. Dehler and Louis Zsamboki


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  Geology, Mantle Tomography and Inclination-Corrected Paleogeographic Trajectories Support Westward Subduction During Cretaceous Orogenesis in the North American Cordillera.
Robert S. Hildebrand


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HAROLD WILLIAMS SERIES:  The Ayyubid Orogen: An Ophiolite Obduction Driven Orogen in the Late Cretaceous of the Neo-Tethyan South Margin.
A. M. Celal Sengor and Joann Stock





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