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A new U.S. Geological Survey study provides an updated, statewide estimate of high levels of naturally occurring arsenic and uranium in private well water across Connecticut. This research builds on a USGS report published in 2017, with...

source: United States Geological Survey via Phys.org

Found in jewelry, car parts, pigments, and industrial chemical reactions, the metal chromium and its compounds are often employed for their color, finish, and anti-corrosive and catalytic properties. Currently, geoscientists and paleoceanographers from MIT and the Woods...

source: Phys.org

We are made of stardust, the saying goes, and a pair of studies including University of Michigan research finds that may be more true than we previously thought.

source: University of Michigan via Phys.org

Elevated levels of radon in the atmosphere occur before and after earthquakes. However, Tohoku University researchers have discovered an anomaly: The 2018 Northern Osaka Earthquake. Analyzing data before and after the quake,...

source: Tohoku University via Phys.org

Multi-collector 40Ar/39Ar dating of microtektites from Transantarctic Mountains (Antarctica): A definitive...

source: GS

Goldschmidt2021 will be a fully online meeting. The format is changing this year and all accepted abstracts...

source: GS

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