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The most severe mass extinction in Earth's history occurred with almost no early warning signs, according to a new study by scientists at MIT, China, and elsewhere. The end-Permian mass extinction, which took place...

source: Massachusetts Institute of Technology via Phys.org

The amount of carbon dioxide released from thawing permafrost might be greater than previously thought because of a process called mineral weathering, according to a new study by University of Alberta ecologists. Mineral weathering...

source: Live Science

The Sahara and Arabian deserts did not cool as much as the rest of the Northern Hemisphere during the Little Ice Age, but in fact were drier 200 years ago than they are today, according to a new study. The Little Ice Age was a cool...

source: American Geophysical Union via Phys.org

The role of microbial sulfate reduction in calcium carbonate polymorph selection Contrasting Mg isotopic...

source: GS

The deadline to apply for a $2,000 grant for your session or symposium at any scientific conference of geochemical relevance is Sept. 30. More information about our Meeting Assistance Program and the simple application process is here.

source: GS

Barcelona is the next destination of the Goldschmidt Conference and we warmly invite you to come and...

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