COVER: Uplifted backarc basin strata on the western Alaska Peninsula near Port Moller, Alaska. The bedded strata are composed of the Bear Lake Formation that records marginal marine conditions during Miocene time. These strata have been exhumed during the Pliocene, possibly due to a shift in motion of the subducting Pacific plate ~5 Ma. See “Links between sedimentary basin development and Pacific Basin plate kinematics recorded in Jurassic to Miocene strata on the western Alaska Peninsula” by E.S. Finzel and K.D. Ridgway, doi:10.1130/L592.1.