A prospecting team of Chinese police have discovered an estimated 156 tons of gold ore desposits in the northwestern province of Gansu that are potentially ...
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Wash. - Government scientists raised the alert level Saturday for Mount St. Helens after its second steam eruption in two days was followed by a powerful tremor.
Deputy Minister for Mine affairs of the Ministry of Industries and Mines announced that the Ministry has commenced airborne geophysical exploration and at the present time ...
A mountain-sized asteroid will make its closest approach to Earth at 6:35 a.m. Pacific Time (9:35 a.m. Eastern Time) September 29, 2004.
Early humans lived in northern China about 1.66 million years ago, according to research reported in the journal Nature this week.
Nevada Geothermal Power has received US $148,000 in funding from project partners the U.S. Department of Energy and Noramex, NGP for the next phase of its Blue Mountain Geothermal project.
A moderate earthquake shook the Pacific coast of Nicaragua early Friday, cracking a few walls and sending frightened residents running into the streets, but there were no reports of injuries.
The October issue of GEOLOGY covers a wide variety of potentially newsworthy subjects. Topics include: new insights into the origin of Martian grabens;
Three or four times every minute, Mount St. Helens shivered. Sometimes the majestic peak even shuddered, the trembling beneath reaching a crescendo, a magnitude of 3.3.