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Thematic special issues from e-journals which the Library provides offsite access to for Fellows using 'Athens' logins are listed below. Open Access special issues which require no passwords are also listed.


Geoscience frontiersAdvances in Himalayan tectonics

Geoscience frontiers vol.10 issue 3 Pages 791-1222 (May 2019)
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The studies included in this special issue represent the breadth of different research activities and approaches taking place across the Himalayan system that are collectively developing and refining the modern continent-continent collisional paradigm.

Monograph of the Palaeontographical SocietyLlandovery brachiopods from England and Wales

Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society vol.172 no.652 Pages 1-262 (2018-2019)
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This monograph revises the Llandovery (Rhuddanian, Aeronian and Telychian) brachiopods from Wales and the Welsh Borderland of England. Early Llandovery (Rhuddanian) brachiopods are covered in less detail than the later ones because they were described in Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society vol.139 no.572(1987).

Monograph of the Palaeontographical SocietyBritish Silurian myodocope ostracods

Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society vol.172 no.651 Pages 1-99 (2018-2019)
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This monograph documents 24 species of myodocope ostracod, including three in open nomenclature, and represents the first comprehensive study of the taxonomy and biostratigraphy of Silurian myodocope material from the UK.

Quaternary internationalBridging Europe and Asia: Quaternary stratigraphy and Palaeolithic human occupation

Quaternary international vol.509 Pages 1-120 (10 March 2019)
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This special issue brings together a number of national applied stratigraphical schemes and proposes a correlation frame for Europe and adjacent areas of Asia. The correlation frame will be arranged along four major transitions of the Quaternary evolution in continental sequences, i.e. the base of the Quaternary (2.6 Ma); the Early / Middle Pleistocene (0.781 Ma) transition; the Middle/ Late Pleistocene (0.127 Ma) transition and the changing patterns across the Pleistocene / Holocene (0.011 Ma) transition.

Chemical geologyAdvances in fluid and melt inclusion research

Chemical geology vol.508 Pages 1-250 (20 March 2019)
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This special issue contains 16 papers derived from the 24th biennial conference on European Current Research on Fluid Inclusions (ECROFI 2017). These are gathered into the following themes: analytical development for the study of fluid inclusions, basin reconstruction, mineral resources, deep and metamorphic fluids, and magmatic history.

Monograph of the Palaeontographical SocietyIchthyosaurs of the British Middle and Upper Jurassic. Part 2. Brachypterygius, Nannopterygius, Macropterygius and Taxa invalida

Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society vol.172 no.650 Pages 85-177 (2018-2019)
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British ichthyosaur taxa of the Upper Jurassic are described in this volume. These include Brachypterygius extremus, Nannopterygius enthekiodon, and Macropterygius sp. indet. (Ichthyosauria: Ophthalmosauridae. Middle Jurassic taxa are covered in vol.170 no.647.

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletinPetroleum geology of the Upper Jurassic – Lower Cretaceous of East and North-East Greenland: Blokelv-1 borehole, Jameson Land Basin

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletin vol.42 Pages 1-168 (2018)
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The common aim of the papers in this bulletin is to document the significance of the Hareelv Formation in a petroleum geological context. Papers cover biostratigraphy, sedimentology, provenance and diagenesis, source-rock potential, burial and exhumation history and igneous intrusive activity in the region.

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletinLithostratigraphy, geology and geochemistry of the volcanic rocks of the Maligât Formation and associated intrusions on Disko and Nuussuaq, Paleocene of West Greenland

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletin vol.40 Pages 1-239 (2018)
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This bulletin is the second of two volumes on the volcanic rocks of the island of Disko and the Nuussuaq peninsula in West Greenland. This part of Greenland contains some of the best displayed flood volcanic areas on Earth. This volume presents the lithostratigraphy, geology and geochemistry of the Paleocene volcanic rocks of the Maligât Formation and its related intrusions on Disko and the Nuussuaq peninsula, and concludes with a detailed discussion of the effects of crustal contamination processes.

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletinLithostratigraphy, geology and geochemistry of the volcanic rocks of the Vaigat Formation on Disko and Nuussuaq, Paleocene of West Greenland

Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland bulletin vol.39 Pages 1-248 (2017)
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This bulletin is the first of two volumes on the volcanic rocks of the island of Disko and the Nuussuaq peninsula in West Greenland. This part of Greenland contains some of the best displayed flood volcanic areas on Earth. This volume is concerned with the lower portion of the volcanic succession, the Vaigat Formation. It provides an account of the development of a volcanic succession and shows the relationships between sedimentary rocks and later volcanic rocks on Disko–Nuussuaq, providing information for the interpretation of other areas where submarine sedimentary hydrocarbon reservoirs are obscured by overlying volcanic rocks.

Quaternary internationalLandforms, sediments, soils and palaeosols as records of present and former environmental conditions and human-environment interactions

Quaternary international vol.502 pt.B Pages 179-326 (30 January 2019)
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The papers in this special issue are derived from a variety of meetings on environmental changes documented by soils, paleosols, sediments, and landforms. These can be used to unravel the often complex environmental history, and predict future developments. This special issue aims to demonstrate their potential for current environmental planning.