“Outcrop at Punta Quiaca, southern end of Isla Llancahue. Metasandstones are boudinaged within micaschists. The main vertical foliation trending N35°W is a crenulation foliation; isoclinal folds of a previous foliation are locally observed in the microlithons. A metasandstone layer similar to the ones shown in the photograph, yielded a maximum depositional age of 52.5±0.5 Ma from the analyses of detrital zircon grains. Diameter of coin is ca 2 cm. (Photograph by C. Mark Fanning).”
"Deviatoric stress inside an oceanic slab after few million years of subduction as simulated by a numerical model assuming a temperature-dependent elasto-visco-plastic rheology. Red regions indicate high flexural stresses mostly at the base of the bended slab (model and figure created by M. Gerbault)."
"Crevasse channels in cross-bedded medium-to coarse-grained sandstone, with conglomerate lags and bearing some vertebrate fossils from the Río Seco de la Quebrada Formation in Quebrada del Durazno, Mendoza, Argentina (Photography by Adriana Mancuso)."
"Panoramic view of the active crater of Planchón-Peteroa volcano. The photo was taken in November 2010, two months after the onset of the eruption. Note the absence of an acid lake and the intense fumarolic activity. View from the W (photo by Daniel Tormey)."
"Agate sample from the Cerro Negro Formation in Cordón de Lila (Permian), Chile. The agates are present in volcanic rocks (rhyodacites/dacites), which undergone late- to post-volcanic hydrothermal alteration (Photography by Jens Götze)."
“Glaciolacustrine sediments cropping-out at "El Canal" stratigraphic trench, which cuts the late-glacial moraine belts nearby Torres del Paine National Park (Chile). The image exposes a mixture of glaciolacustrine sediments including ice rafted debris interlayered with gravels deposited from gentle lake-bottom currents within a high-sedimentary rate subaqueous environment. The cobble in the upper part is a dropstone (Photo by Juan-Luis García).”
"Medium to coarse sandstone and fine conglomerate deposits with trough and high angle cross stratification and multiple internal reactivaction surfaces assigned to hyperpycnal channel facies in fluvial dominated deltaic systems. Arroyo Covunco, Neuquén, Argentina (Photography from Juan José Ponce)."
"General view of the outcrops of one of the most important Early Miocene (Castillo Formation) vertebrate assemblages, Pansantacrucian South American Land Mammal Age in Cerro La Cruz locality, Sierra de La Baragua, Lara state, Venezuela. (Photo by Ascanio Rincón)."
"Outcrop of the strike-slip Hope fault at Hope Hill, east of Lago Fagnano, Chile (Photography taken by M. Menichetti)."
"Cerro Mesón Alto Massif and possible landslide source area of the chaotic deposit south of the Yeso Dam at 33°40'S, Yeso Valley, central Chile. (Photography from S. Sepúlveda)".
"Fragmented maxillary with well-preserved dental series of a notohipid ungulate allied to Notohippus toxodontoides Ameghino, 1891, collected from the fluvial succession of the Santa Cruz Formation (Early Miocene, Burdigalian age) in Sierra Baguales, Última Esperanza Province, Chile. (Photography from J. L. Oyarzún)".
"View of Chaitén lava dome looking north on 26 May 2008. At this time, the eruption was undergoing simultaneous explosion and effusion of new lava (on left-central side of dome). See Pallister et al. (this volume) for details. (Photography from J. Marso, United States Geological Survey)"
"Sail Rock is a small volcano located some 35 km southwest of Deception Island. It rises about 30 m above sea level and features a sail-like shape (hence its name). The stack marks the top of a volcano, the rest of which is submerged below sea level. The age of Sail Rock is unknown, and the stack is composed of layers of pyroclastic breccia and tuffs alternating with lava flows. It was not discovered before March 1987 and, as of today, has been visited only twice. (Photography from S. Kraus)"
"Vista general de las vulcanitas y piroclastitas del Miembro Puesto Tillerías (Burdigaliano, Mioceno Inferior), Formación Sierra Negra; atravesadas por diques básicos de la Formación Desfiladero Negro (Tortoniano, Mioceno Superior). Cara suroriental de la sierra de Huantraico, provincia del Neuquén, República Argentina. (Fotografía de A. Garrido)"
"Southward view of the east-vergent Vega de los Patos anticline, cored by the Huitrín Formation evaporites and flanked by the Diamante Formation red beds, developed in a region of thin-skinned deformation of the Malargüe fold-and-thrust belt, Mendoza Province, Argentina (34°39'30''S-69°41'20''W)(Photography by M. Turienzo)".