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, plate tectonics would revolutionize our understanding of Earth, and the geology of Cuba was realized to hold some critical constraints on interaction between the North American and Caribbean plates.
THE GEOLOGY OF CUBA: A BRIEF OVERVIEW AND SYNTHESIS
PETROLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY AND TECTONIC SETTING OF OPHIOLITES IN CUBA
EARLY CRETACEOUS TO PALEOGENE ARC ROCKS OF CUBA
METAMORPHIC COMPLEXES IN CUBA: P-T-T EVOLUTIONS, TECTONIC SETTINGS AND GEODYNAMIC IMPLICATIONS
METALLIC MINERAL DEPOSITS OF CUBA: METALLOGENIC EPOCHS, DEPOSIT MODELS AND GEODYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT