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The next frontier: Mining the deep sea

As we continue consuming metals and rare earths at the same speed as today, we could run out of existing resources 20 years' time, according to an estimate of current resources and reserves worldwide. Given this pressing demand and following the commodity price boom between...

source: By Stefanie Heerwig
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In 1811 and 1812, the region around New Madrid, Missouri, experienced a number of major earthquakes. The final and largest earthquake in this sequence occurred on the Reelfoot fault, and temporarily changed the course of the Mississippi River. These earthquakes are estimated...

source: Geological Society of America via ScienceDaily

Geologists have done pretty well piecing together the history of plate tectonics, or how sections of Earth's crust have pinballed across the globe crashing into one another and pulling apart. But there's one big puzzle piece they still need to figure out: Antarctica. That’s...

source: Smithsonian

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are perfecting an innovative way to track the migration of elusive wildlife to help in their conservation. UC professor Brooke Crowley studies feathers plucked from hawks captured for leg-banding in Idaho. Cooper's hawks and sharp-shinned...

source: University of Cincinnati via ScienceDaily

Batch experiments between solid materials including komatiite, peridotite and basalt with an H2O-CO2 atmosphere were performed at temperatures from 200 degrees Celcius...

source: Frontiers in Earth Science

Ultramafic nickel ores are difficult to process because they contain serpentine, an anisotropic mineral with a nonspherical morphology and multiple pH-dependent surface charges. Dehydroxylation of serpentine in ultramafic...

source: Minerals

The Tavan Bogd mountains (of which, the main peak, Khuiten Uul, reaches 4374 m a.s.l.) are situated in the central part of the Altai mountain system, in the territories of Russia, Mongolia and China. The massif...

source: Geosciences


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