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                                                                                               CONTENTS

 

From the Editor............…………………………………………………………………………………….……...…....….…174 

Letters to the Editor

    Academic hamburger capitalism, Karsten M. Storetvedt………………………………………………………..……....175

   The case for linkage between six violent geological events in western North America, Charles Warren Hunt.............177

   Question about sedimentary rock strata, Lloyd Kinder..........……………………………………………..…….……......178

Articles

   Deep-seated processes and seismicity, Vadim Gordienko..............……………………………………………….........…179

   The seismic sequence in Central Italy (2016). IV – Clarifying some basic processes and concepts,

      Giovanni P. Gregori, G. Paparo, M. Poscolieri, C. Rafaneli, G. Ventrice, G. Garilli, L. Imperatori,

      F. Lo Castro and G. Zimatore................…………………………………………………………………….……………205

   Mobile plate tectonics:  a confrontation, Peter M. James............. ……………………………………………………......231

   A non-spreading interpretation of the sea floor, Peter M. James............………………………………...……………....236

   Low velocity lenses at the top of lower mantle and a new earthquake model for the Fiji-Tonga-New Zealand

      Region, Dong R. Choi................…………………………………………………………………………………………..244

   A relationship between solar activity, energy transmigration, and New Zealand earthquakes,

      John L. Casey and Dong R. Choi................…………………………………………………………………………...…..255

Global Climate Corner

   Sea level rise acceleration in the northern Mediterranean Sea, Albert Parker..........………………………………...….261

   Honolulu sea level forecast based on local and global tide gauge measurements, Albert Parker........……...….….….268

Essay

   Nothing fits and nobody knows why, Karsten M. Storetvedt..........……………………………………………...….…..277

Historical record

   International Stop Continental Drift Society, 1977-1984, John C. Holden.............………………………………….........298

Publications

   Boris Vasiliev, “Geological structure and origin of the Pacific Ocean” (Japanese edition), Michihei Hoshino,

     Mitsuo Ishida and Akira Sugiyama.............………………………………………………………………………....…….331

   Riddle of seismic disaster mitigation on way to solution? Arun Bapat.........………………………….…………...……332

   Methane hydrate in crystalline bedrock and explosive methane venting tectonics, Nils-Axel Mörner........……...…..334   

   The Galileo of Palomar. Essays in memory of Halton Arp, Christopher C. Fulton and Martin Kokus.........….…….….335  

   Youtubes: Global cooling, solar cycles and earthquakes, John Casey.........…………………………………………..…336

About the NCGT Journal...............………………………………………………………………………………………...…336