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Geochemical fingerprinting links microscopic ash found on the bottom of a Svalbard lake to volcanic event happening 7,000 years ago and 5,000 km away.

source: University of Bergen via ScienceDaily

Experimental studies and model analysis of noble gas fractionation in low-permeability porous media The...

source: GS

Scientists have revealed that some of Earth's atmosphere may have been brought to the planet by comets billions of years ago. The mystery of how the Earth's atmosphere was formed has long baffled scientists. Some researchers...

source: University of Manchester via

The sediments of Lake Van in Eastern Anatolia (Turkey) are a valuable climate archive. Now, using the salinity measured in sediment porewater, scientists have reconstructed the huge lake-level fluctuations that occurred over the...

source: EAWAG via ScienceDaily

Earth was a water world for hundreds of millions of years after it formed, almost entirely devoid of continental crust, an analysis of some of the oldest crystals on Earth confirms. Although the discovery fits with the picture many geologists...

source: IFLScience

Rare Earth elements have become increasingly important for advanced technologies, from cell phones to renewable energy to defense systems. Mineral resources hosted in heavy mineral sand deposits are especially attractive because they...

source: Geological Society of America via ScienceDaily


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