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Atmospheric noble gases in Mid-Ocean Ridge Basalts: Identification of atmospheric contamination processes...

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Membership in the GS shows your support for the international geochemical community. It also includes a subscription to Elements, discounted registration for Goldschmidt2018, and much more! Renew or join securely online using Visa, MasterCard or PayPal; or print the renewal...

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The GS provides four $2,000 sponsorships each year for workshops, symposia, or conferences related to geochemistry. The next application deadline is March 31, 2018. Learn more about the Meeting Assistance Program and the simple application process.

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Crystals formed prior to a volcanic event can provide evidence of processes leading to and timing of eruptions. Clinopyroxene is common in basaltic to intermediate volcanoes; however, its ability as a recorder of pre-eruptive histories has remained comparatively underexplored....

source: Nature Communications

What killed the dinosaurs? Few questions in science have been more mysterious—and more contentious. Today, most textbooks and teachers tell us that nonavian dinosaurs, along with three-fourths of all species on Earth, disappeared when a massive asteroid hit the planet...

source: National Geographic

About 12,800 years ago, thanks to fragments of a comet, humans saw an astonishing 10 percent of the Earth's land surface, or about 10 million square kilometers, consumed by fires.

source: University of Kansas via ScienceDaily


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