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The next frontier: Mining the deep sea

As we continue consuming metals and rare earths at the same speed as today, we could run out of existing resources 20 years' time, according to an estimate of current resources and reserves worldwide. Given this pressing demand and following the commodity price boom between...

source: By Stefanie Heerwig
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The American Institute of Professional Geologists and the American Geosciences Institute are pleased to offer the next Geoscience Online Learning Initiative (GOLI) webinar course, Introduction to Forensic...

source: American Geoscisnces Instititue

One-hour webinar on Environmental Career Opportunities for Geologists, presented by Ron Wallace, CPG. Different Services Consultants Offer Types of Work for New Employees Other Companies that Offer Services to Consultants that Hire Geologists Geotechnical Services State...

source: AIPG

Paleontologists termed the event like the Great Dying or Permian-Triassic mass extinction. This occurred approximately 252 million years in the past, where in the span of tens of millennia, 96% of every...

source: Nature World News

Among seismologists, the geology of Alaska's earthquake- and volcano-rich coast from the Aleutian Islands to the southeast is fascinating, but not well understood. Now, with more sophisticated tools than before, a team reports unexpected...

source: University of Massachusetts Amherst via ScienceDaily

A new tool that uses satellite radar imagery to capture millimetre-scale measurements of changes in terrain height may help authorities manage public safety and environmental issues in recently abandoned coal mines. The tool has been...



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