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ISSN  :   1038-4871 ( Print )   |   1440-1738 ( Online )   Active
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The aim of The Island Arc is to provide an opportunity for the prompt, international and high-standard publication of growing earth science research activities in the western Pacific rim and Asia, as well as other parts of the world. The Island Arc focuses on the structure, dynamics and evolution of plate convergence zones including trenches, island and continental arcs, back-arc basins and collision zones in modern and ancient settings. The Island Arc also deals with topics which may not be specific to plate convergence zones but are fundamental to understanding them. The Island Arc aims to be a major forum for the presentation and discussion of these important earth science objectives with high academic standards and broad international recognition. [1]

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2024 - VOLUME 33, ISSUE 1
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2024-01-00

Magnetostratigraphic dating of Early Miocene deep‐sea fossils from the Morozaki Group in central Japan

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Island Arc , 2024 - VOLUME 33, ISSUE 1

10.1111/iar.12513

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Eocene extensional tectonics in the Amakusa region, northern Ryukyu arc

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Island Arc , 2024 - VOLUME 33, ISSUE 1

10.1111/iar.12511

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Investigating the impact of sample desiccation on Itrax XRF core scanner signal reproducibility

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Island Arc , 2024 - VOLUME 33, ISSUE 1

10.1111/iar.12517

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2024-01-00

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Island Arc , 2024 - VOLUME 33, ISSUE 1

10.1111/iar.12487

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