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- Tectonic evolution of a Paleozoic thrust fault influences the hydrogeology of a fractured rock aquifer, northeastern Appalachian foreland
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Best Paper and Best Reviewer Award 2012/2013
Best Reviewer Award
The 2012/2013 winner of the Geofluids prize for the best reviewer for the journal is awarded to Dr. Julien Bourdet.
The winner will receive a certificate and a voucher towards a choice of Wiley books.
Best Paper Award
Dr. Ingrid Aarnes is the recipient of the 2012/2013 Geofluids best paper award. This award recognizes young authors who have published a groundbreaking paper in Geofluids. Ingrid and her co-authors (Y. Podladchikov, H. Svensen) are recognized for their paper entitled, Devolatilization-induced pressure build-up: Implications for reaction front movement and breccia pipe formation (Volume 12, Issue 4)
The winner will receive a certificate and a voucher towards a choice of Wiley books
TEN YEARS OF GEOFLUIDS IN 2010
2010 marked the tenth anniversary of the launch of Geofluids.
The event was celebrated by the publication of a Special Issue, 'Frontiers in Geofluids'.
This is also available as a book which embraces the physical and chemical aspects of the occurrence, composition and migration of fluids in the Earth's interior.
Geofluids Special Thematic Issues
Geofluids publishes regular Special Thematic Issues
- Geofluids VII: Paris 2012
- Geologic isolation of nuclear waste at high latitudes: the role of ice sheets
- Fluid and Melt Inclusions 2012
R. J. Bodnar, T. P. Mernagh, I. M. Samson, C. E. Manning
- “Crustal Permeability” - available in 2015
The topic of crustal permeability is of broad interest because permeability controls important geologic processes such as the advection of heat and solutes or generation of anomalous pore pressures and is particularly timely in light of the issues associated with hydrofracturing, enhanced geothermal systems, and geologic carbon sequestration.
Guest Editors: Tom Gleeson and Steve Ingebritsen
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