Best of 2020 Research
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences
An International Geoscience Journal of the Geological Society of Australia
We've curated a collection of the most read and most cited articles, the Best of 2020, from the Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (AJES).
AJES covers the whole field of earth science including basin studies, regional geophysical studies and metallogeny. The Geological Society of Australia aim to promote, advance and support the earth sciences within the scientific and wider communities.
All featured research will be available until 31 December 2021 for you to read, share and cite.
|Warrumbungle Volcano: facies architecture and evolution of a complex shield volcano
K. F. Bull, A. L. Troedson, S. Bordorkos, et al.
|Origin, geomorphology and geoheritage potential of Australia’s longest coastal cliff lines
G. A. Wakelin-King & J. A. Webb
|Granite suites: a problematic concept?
J. D. Clemens & G. N. Phillips
|Early Cretaceous glacial environment and paleosurface evolution within the Mount Painter Inlier, northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia
S. B. Hore, S. M. Hill & N. F. Alley.
|Resolving tectonic settings of ancient magmatic suites using structural, geochemical and isotopic constraints: the example of the St Peter Suite, southern Australia
A. J. Reid, M. J. Pawley, C. Wade, et al.
|You can get anything you want from Alice's Restaurant Bed: exceptional preservation and an unusual fossil assemblage from a newly excavated bed (Ediacara Member, Nilpena, South Australia)
S. D. Evans, P. W. Dzaugis, M. L. Droser, et al.
|Red crust: evidence for an early Paleozoic oceanic anoxic event
N. Langsford, T. Raimondo & J. Jago.
|Evidence for non-marine Jurassic to earliest Cretaceous sediments in the pre-breakup section of the Mentelle Basin, southwestern Australia
C. Wainman, the Expedition 369 Scientists, et al.
|Activity of hydrothermal fluid at the bottom of a lake and its influence on the development of high-quality source rocks: Triassic Yanchang Formation, southern Ordos Basin, China.
J. You, Y. Liu, D. Zhou, et al.
|New information on the giant Devonian lobe-finned fish Edenopteron from the New South Wales south coast
G. C. Young, R. L. Dunstone, P. J. Ollerenshaw, et al.
|Stuck in the mat: Obamus coronatus, a new benthic organism from the Ediacara Member, Rawnsley Quartzite, South Australia
P. W. Dzaugis, S. D. Evans, M. L. Droser, et al.
|The short-lived but successful tri-radial body plan: a view from the Ediacaran of Australia
C. M. S. Hall, M. L. Droser, E. C. Clites, et al.
|A review of allochthonous salt tectonics in the Flinders and Willouran ranges, South Australia
M. G. Rowan, T. E. Hearon IV, R. A. Kernen, et al.
|Taxa, turnover and taphofacies: a preliminary analysis of facies-assemblage relationships in the Ediacara Member (Flinders Ranges, South Australia)
L. M. Reid, J. D. Holmes, J. L. Payne, et al.
|Attenborites janeae: a new enigmatic organism from the Ediacara Member (Rawnsley Quartzite), South Australia
M. L. Droser, S. D. Evans, P. W. Dzaguis, et al.