ArticleThe Fine Gold Intrusive Suite: The roles of basement terranes and magma source development in the Early Cretaceous Sierra Nevada batholithLackey, Jade StarThe Fine Gold Intrusive Suite is one of the largest (>2000 km2) and oldest intrusive complexes in the Sierra Nevada batholith (California, USA), and therefore contains a wealth of information about nascent magmatic processes in a convergent margin arc . . .
ArticleClimate-controlled landscape evolution in the Western Transverse Ranges, California: Insights from Quaternary geochronology of the Saugus Formation and strath terrace flightsDeVecchio, DuaneThe Las Posas and Ojai Valleys, located in the actively deforming Western Transverse Ranges of California, contain well-preserved flights of strath terraces and Quaternary strata (i.e., Saugus Formation) that when numerically dated elucidate the tecto . . .
ArticlePacific Southwest United States Holocene droughts and pluvials inferred from sediment 18O(calcite) and grain size data (Lake Elsinore, CA)Kirby, MatthewRecords of past climate can inform us on the natural range and mechanisms of climate change. In the arid Pacific southwestern United States (PSW), which includes southern California, there exist a variety of Holocene records that can be used to infer . . .