New Research Published by NBMG Faculty

Footwall rotation in a regional detachment fault system: Evidence for horizontal‐axis rotational flow in the Miocene Searchlight pluton, NV
By Andrew V. Zuza, Wenrong Cao, Nicholas H. Hinz, Joel W. DesOrmeau, Margaret L. Odlum, and Daniel F. Stockli
Tectonics, Volume 38, Issue 7, July 2019, pages 2506-2539
First published: 08 July 2019
https://doi.org/10.1029/2019TC005513
https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2019TC005513

Hydrothermal circulation cools continental crust under exhumation
By Wenrong Cao, Cin-Ty A. Lee, Jiaming Yang, and Andrew V. Zuza
Earth and Planetary Science Letters,Volume 515, 1 June 2019, Pages 248-259
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X19301773
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2019.03.029

Oxygen isotopic investigation of silicic magmatism in the Stillwater caldera complex, Nevada: Generation of large-volume, low-δ18O rhyolitic tuffs and assessment of their regional context in the Great Basin of the western United States
By Kathryn E. Watts; David A. John; Joseph P. Colgan; Christopher D. Henry; Ilya N. Bindeman; and John W. Valley
GSA Bulletin (2019) 131 (7-8): 1133-1156
Research Article, February 14, 2019
https://doi.org/10.1130/B35021.1
https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/gsa/gsabulletin/article/131/7-8/1133/568805/Oxygen-isotopic-investigation-of-silicic-magmatism

Igneous rocks in the Fish Creek Mountains and environs, Battle Mountain area, north-central Nevada: A microcosm of Cenozoic igneous activity in the northern Great Basin, Basin and Range Province, USA
By Brian L. Cousens, Christopher D. Henry, Christopher Stevens, Susan Varve, David A. John, and Stacey Wetmore
Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 192, May 2019, Pages 403-444
Received 11 September 2018, Revised 6 March 2019, Accepted 14 March 2019, Available online 18 March 2019.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2019.03.013
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012825218305208

NGL Publishes New Paper in Eos—released September 24

Harnessing the GPS Data Explosion for Interdisciplinary Science
By Geoffrey Blewitt, William C. Hammond, and Corné Kreemer, Nevada Geodetic Laboratory, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, University of Nevada, Reno

More GPS stations, faster data delivery, and better data processing provide an abundance of information benefiting many kinds of Earth science. At NGL we make our data products for over 17,000 stations available online, including metadata, lists of stations, plots of position coordinates, tables of data holdings, and descriptions of new items relating to the products. The service and philosophy, known as Plug and Play GPS , has been documented in a new paper published today in Eos.

NGL is committed to continuing to provide this long-running service to the scientific community, and we encourage researchers to explore these data sets and apply their creative skills to scientific investigations that have yet to be conceived.

Henceforth we request that citation of the data processing and products presented on our website should be: Blewitt, G., W. C. Hammond, and C. Kreemer (2018), Harnessing the GPS data explosion for interdisciplinary science, Eos, 99, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018EO104623.

Here is the direct link to the article: https://eos.org/project-updates/harnessing-the-gps-data-explosion-for-interdisciplinary-science