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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.
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Best Paper and Best Reviewer Awards 2014
Congratulations to Dr. Philipp Weis, ETH Zurich who has been selected for the Best Paper Award 2014 for his paper Hydrothermal, multiphase convection of H2O-NaCl fluids from ambient to magmatic temperatures: a new numerical scheme and benchmarks for code comparison and to Lei Jiang, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences for winning the Best Reviewer 2014 award for his very perceptive and thoughtful reviews, returned promptly to the Editor.