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Earth's first ecosystems were more complex than previously thought
Earth's first ecosystems were more complex than previously thought

Image of a computer simulation of water flow around a 3-D model of Tribrachidium The in...

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Scientists Unlock Mysteries Of World's Most Massive Volcano
Scientists Unlock Mysteries Of World's Most Massive Volcano

Kanijoman/Flickr The underwater mountain is roughly the size of New Mexico. Two years afte...

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Great Barrier Reef protecting against landslides, tsunamis
Great Barrier Reef protecting against landslides, tsunamis

Landslide distribution and geomorphology. The world-famous Australian reef is providing an ef...

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 Scientists Are Mapping the World's Largest Volcano
Scientists Are Mapping the World's Largest Volcano

New 3-D maps reveal some of the features of the Pacific's Tamu Massif, including this long cli...

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Volcanic rocks hold clues to Earth's interior
Volcanic rocks hold clues to Earth's interior

A group of former and current Arizona State University researchers say chemical differences found...

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Liquid acoustics half way to the earth's core
Liquid acoustics half way to the earth's core

he interior of the Earth and sound velocity and density profiles The most direct information ...

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Mountain ranges evolve and respond to Earth's climate
Mountain ranges evolve and respond to Earth's climate

Bering Glacier winds down from St. Elias Mountains eroding young thrust belt in mid-grou...

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Earth not due for a geomagnetic flip in the near future
Earth not due for a geomagnetic flip in the near future

Artistic impression of latitudinally more widespread aurora as an expected consequence of geomagn...

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How the Earth's Pacific plates collapsed?
How the Earth's Pacific plates collapsed?

Professor Arculus, The Australian National University. Credit: Charles Tambiah & M...

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Geological relics point to Nullarbor climate shift
Geological relics point to Nullarbor climate shift

"The pocket" and small caves of one of the pocket valleys on the Hampton Scarp...

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New research draw a 'curtain of fire' on dinosaur extinction theory
New research draw a 'curtain of fire' on dinosaur extinction theory

New research may draw a 'curtain of fire' on dinosaur extinction theory The role vol...

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Stretchy slabs found in the deep Earth
Stretchy slabs found in the deep Earth

 A 3-D image of the Nazca slab subduction. Credit: University of Southampton A new stud...

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A whiff from blue-green algae likely responsible for Earth's oxygen
A whiff from blue-green algae likely responsible for Earth's oxygen

Photo credit: Mableen/iStock Earth's oxygen-rich atmosphere emerged in whiffs fro...

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How do different igneous rocks form from one original supply of magma?
How do different igneous rocks form from one original supply of magma?

How do different igneous rocks form from one original supply of magma?   Igneous rocks fo...

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What Is Granite And How Is It Formed?
What Is Granite And How Is It Formed?

Composition of a granite (Credit: National Park Service) Granite is an igneous rock made up o...

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New element tracking method a boon for geoscientists
New element tracking method a boon for geoscientists

Geoscientists track how elements cycle across land, air and water to better understand climate...

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Ecuador: Volcanic ash falls on dozens of towns
Ecuador: Volcanic ash falls on dozens of towns

Dozens of towns dusted with ash from Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano Volcano monitors say...

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Earthquakes without frontiers
Earthquakes without frontiers

earthquakes damages japan The Alpine–Himalayan belt, which stretches from the Mediterranean to ...

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