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Distinguishing summertime atmospheric production of nitrate across the East Antarctic Ice Sheet The...

source: GS

Global climate change, fueled by skyrocketing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, is siphoning oxygen from today's oceans at an alarming pace—so fast that scientists aren't entirely sure how the planet will respond. Their only hint? Look to the past.

source: Florida State University via Phys.org

The Grand Canyon is one of the supreme geologic laboratories on Earth and, after about 140 years of geologic investigation, one might think that its secrets have been mostly resolved. This is especially true of the flat-lying layered rocks...

source: University of New Mexico via Phys.org

New research published in the journal Science Advances overturns more than a century of thought about the source of turquoise used by ancient civilizations in Mesoamerica, the vast region that extends from Central Mexico to Central America. For more than 150 years, scholars...

source: Dickinson College via Phys.org

Apollo 12 breccia 12013: Impact-induced partial Pb loss in zircon and its implications for lunar geochronology...

source: GS

Today is the last day to save $100 off the regular registration rate for Goldschmidt2018. It is also...

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