(Geological Society of America) Volcanologists’ ability to estimate eruption risks is largely reliant on knowing where pools of magma are stored, deep in the Earth’s crust. But what happens if the magma can’t be spotted?
Sea level rise is killing trees along the U.S. east coast, creating âghost forestsâ that are visible from space.
(University of Southampton) Scientists at the University of Southampton have conducted a study that highlights the importance of studying a full range of organisms when measuring the impact of environmental change – from tiny bacteria, to mighty whales.
Article 0 Comments The residents of Irkutsk, one of Russia’s coldest regions, are used to harsh winters. But when the temperature dropped to negative 60 degrees Celsius (-76 Fahrenheit) last January, even they had to submit to the elements. “Please…
If they do, this would leave a large gap in the territory’s health-care system, which already suffers from a fast turnover of staff
LETTER: People must change their actions to slow global warming, Langley student writes – BC Local News – BCLocalNews
Presented are a selection of the student writings online and in print. Dear Editor, What exactly is global warming? Global warming is very real, and it’s time to act up, save our planet! Global warming is caused by a lot…
(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) An international team working at Berkeley Lab used a unique X-ray instrument to learn new things about lithium-rich battery materials that have been the subject of much study for their potential to extend the range of electric vehicles and the operation of electronic devices.
(Geological Society of America) Gale Crater’s central sedimentary mound (Aeolis Mons or, informally, Mount Sharp) is a 5.5-km-tall remnant of the infilling and erosion of this ancient impact crater. Given its thickness and age, Mount Sharp preserves one of the best records of early Martian climatic, hydrological, and sedimentary history.