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Within harsh environments like hot springs, volcanic craters and deep-sea hydrothermal vents -- uninhabitable by most life forms -- microscopic organisms are thriving. How? It's all in how they wrap themselves.

source: Stanford's School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences via ScienceDaily

Scientists are painting the clearest picture yet of what life may have been like for Neanderthals living in Southern France some 250,000 years ago, and to do it, they're using an unlikely day-to-day record of what their environment...

source: Harvard University via

Origin of the Neoproterozoic Fulu iron formation, South China: Insights from iron isotopes and rare...

source: GS

Career preparation for many geoscience students begins when they choose their undergraduate major and develop...

source: GS

If you are attending the AGU Fall Meeting this week, you can visit the Geochemical Society at booth 628 in the exhibit hall. Stop by to pick up a GS souvenir, renew your membership, or just say, "hello."

source: GS

The Geochemical Society and the Meteoritical Society are pleased to announce the appointment of Jeff Catalano, Professor of Aqueous Geochemistry and Mineralogy at Washington University in St. Louis, as the next Executive Editor of Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

source: GS


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