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Earth’s mantle is the thick layer of silicate rock between Earth’s crust and its molten core. It makes up about 84% of our planet’s volume.

source: SciTechDaily

Rapid 20th century warming in the Gulf of Maine has reversed long-term cooling that occurred there during the previous 900 years, according to new research that combines an examination of shells from long-lived ocean quahogs and climate model simulations.

source: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

An experimental and thermodynamic study of sphalerite solubility in chloride-bearing fluids at 300–450 °C, 500 bar: implications for zinc transport in seafloor hydrothermal systems Stability of aqueous Fe(III) chloride complexes and the solubility of hematite...

source: GS

Our social media accounts bring you regular bits of information on the people and discoveries that define geochemistry today. Connect and share with the geochemical community on our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

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This past Goldschmidt conference in Hawai’i promoted Theme 15: Geology through a cultural lens - Diverse perspectives on the natural world. Recordings are now available to view on the Goldschmidt YouTube for the benefit of those who do not have access to the conference...

source: GS

Researchers have discovered that super-eruptions occur when huge accumulations of magma deep in the Earth's crust, formed over millions of years, move rapidly to the surface disrupting pre-existing rock.

source: University of Bristol via ScienceDaily


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