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A stalagmite collected from a remote cave in the Middle East has revealed climate models may be underestimating the severity of droughts likely to hit the region in future years. A research team led by the University of Reading traveled...

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Analysis of a Martian meteorite found in Africa in 2012 has uncovered evidence of at least 2 billion years of volcanic activity on Mars. This confirms that some of the longest-lived volcanoes in the solar system may be found on the Red Planet.

source: University of Houston via ScienceDaily

Metal–silicate partitioning of U: Implications for the heat budget of the core and evidence for...

source: GS

Scandium speciation in a world-class lateritic deposit Water...

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If you have taken photos that capture the "Wonders of Geochemistry," we invite you to enter the European...

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John Michael Hayes, born September 6, 1940, passed away at his home in Berkeley, California, on February 3, 2017. John Hayes was a leader in the fields of organic geochemistry and biogeochemistry who opened these fields to stable isotopes with his pioneering work in compound...

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