The long-held scientific theory that many mammals, along with other animal groups, originated in Africa may have a few loopholes in it, according to a new study by scientists from UF and Johns Hopkins University.
That is, astronomers can detect a planet by the gravitational tug it exerts on its parent star, which makes the star wobble.
A new theory of how planets form finds havens of stability amid violent turbulence in the swirling gas that surrounds a young star.
Researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory have identified new evidence of a hazard posed by the combination of erupting volcanoes and the ocean seawater.
An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale shook eastern Turkey causing panic among people but no casualties were reported, Xinhua said.
It is announced that the "Geomatics'84 Conference & Exhibition" will be held in Ordibehesht, 1384(May, 2005) in National Cartographic Center of Iran (NCC).
People in and around Coffeeville had a rude awakening about 2 a.m. Tuesday as an earthquake rattled houses, shaking pictures off walls and knocking dishes off countertops.
The first lead mine in Gilan was discovered in Deylaman after four years of geophysical operations, excavations, tunneling, chipping and borehole making.
The Iran Mining House, an industry group, said that Iran with a production of 204,000 tons of Bariteannually is the sixth largest producer of the mineral in the world.
One person was killed and hundreds more injured Sunday when a powerful earthquake measuring a magnitude of 7 on the Richter scale struck the Kyushu region and other parts of western Japan.
The end may be nigh for Eldorado Gold Corp.'s Sao Bento mine in Brazil, but the company says it has enough money to build its $63.1-million Kisladag mine in Turkey and carry out its .
Even if all greenhouse gases had somehow been stabilized back in the year 2000, we would still be committed to a warmer Earth and greater sea level rise in the present century, ...
There are two opportunities to take in one of the "Fossil Guy's" talks and hands-on events before the end of the semester
An earthquake measuring 6.0 on the Richter scale rocked the eastern Indonesian island of Alor early Monday morning, but no casualty or damage has been reported,local meteorologist said here Monday.
<P dir=ltr align=left><FONT size=2>Rock, paper, or minerals, all of the items necessary for dozens of people to make geology a fun learning experience at the kern country Fairgrounds on the weekend.</FONT></P>