Restive US volcano Mount St. Helens erupted on Tuesday, sending a plume of smoke and ash nearly 12,000 meters (40,000 feet) into the air, officials said.
A strong earthquake shook eastern Turkey on Monday, damaging buildings and injuring five people, two days after another quake in the region, news reports said.
National Geoscience Database of Venezuela was inaugurated in the presence of the Iran's president Mohammad Khatami and The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias.
An earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale shook central New Zealand but there were no immediate reports of damage, officials said.
A joint statement which was issued here on Saturday afternoon by the Iranian and Venezuelan presidents underlined the need for further expansion of bilateral cooperation between the two states.
An earthquake with an intensity of 3.9 points on the open-ended Richter scale hit the city of Aghajari and its nearby villages in the southwestern province of Khuzestan Sunday morning.
Iran’s small and intermediate industrial units under the support of Organization of Small Industries and Industrial Towns will participate in Venezuela’s SME permanent exhibition,
Grades 5-8 will enjoy the recently released Geology Mission multimedia module on the Astro-Venture Web site.
An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale has shaken southeastern Iran, the state news agency IRNA says.
Public concerns about fumes from Kilauea volcano have revived since the release of the first half of a study that assessed the possible health effects of long-term exposure to low levels of sulfur dioxide gases. ...
NASA's Cassini spacecraft's images of Saturn's largest moon Titan reveal a surface shaped largely by Earth-like processes, mission scientists said.
Researchers long have wondered why there is not more melted rock at Arizona's Barringer Meteorite Crater between Flagstaff and Winslow.
The head of geochemistry group of the Geological Survey of Iran Eng. Mostafa Mostan announced that 405 geochemistry sheets had been completed in 2004.
To reduce earthquake risk, the Geological Survey of Iran will establish a geodynamic permanent network. This network is being established in Iran to make research studies and reduce the risk of earthquake.