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The Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry are pleased to announce 15 scientists...

source: GS

Since the discovery of the first hydrothermal vents along the Galápagos Rift in 1977, scientists have puzzled over the origin of methane rising from these deep-sea hot springs. Regardless of differences in location, geology, and...

source: Deep Carbon Observatory

Sources and processes affecting the distribution of dissolved Nd isotopes and concentrations in the West...

source: GS

Luminescence dating is a geochronological tool used to determine the timing of sediment burial, pottery...

source: GS

Temporary lakes and ponds emit CO₂ even when they are dry, and dry areas emit a larger amount of carbon into the atmosphere. This phenomenon, described now for the first time, could have an impact on the global carbon cycle that controls Earth's climate, according...

source: University of Barcelona via

Adrift on a boat in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean, the most astounding sight is the utter absence of anything to see. The glassy calm water is undisturbed and gently undulating for miles in every direction. Even if you peer over the edge of the deck into the crystalline...

source: Earth Institute, Columbia University via


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