Monthly Archives: October 2016

GSA Annual Metting in Denver 2016: A Tectonic Shift in Cuban-American Relations

NEWS from GSA Annual metting Denver Boulder, Colorado, USA: In 1961, the United States severed diplomatic ties with Cuba, a decision that led to myriad consequences, some entirely unanticipated. For the geoscience community, a precipitous drop in research collaboration occurred between Cuban and American scientists. The date was critical because, over the next 20 years,…
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2016: The geology of Cuba: A brief overview and synthesis

The geology of Cuba: A brief overview and synthesis Abstract Cuba is the largest island in the Greater Antilles, and its geology records three important episodes: (1) the Jurassic breakup of North and South America (Pangea) and associated passive margin and oceanic sedimentary and magmatic evolution; (2) the sedimentary, magmatic, and metamorphic evolution of an…
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  • 2020: Diamond forms during low pressure serpentinisation of oceanic lithosphere

    Diamond forms during low pressure serpentinisation of oceanic lithosphere Abstract Diamond is...
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