A new University of Colorado at Boulder study indicates Earth in its infancy probably had substantial quantities of hydrogen in its atmosphere, ...
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A Johns Hopkins University graduate student may have figured out why rates of extinction were so low for many of the major groups of marine life during one of the greatest ice ages of them ...
A Dartmouth researcher is part of a team that has discovered a new active "thrust fault" at the base of the Himalaya in Nepal.
A moderate earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island early Tuesday, Hong Kong seismologists said.
A new earthquake map that covers the Sierra-western Nevada area was unveiled by the California Geological Survey Tuesday.
There's bitter partisan wrangling in Lansing and Washington over a wide variety of Great Lakes issues, including how best to block water diversion, evasive species and drilling under the lakes.
The Cassini spacecraft's most recent flyby of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, found that its upper atmosphere is full of complex organic material, ...
New Zealand and American scientists have joined forces to explore some of the world's most active undersea volcanoes along the Kermadec
Head of Exploration and Exploitation of of Chaharmahal & Bakhtiyari Industries and Mines Organization Said that more than 41 mt ore minerals were discovered in the province last year.
Deputy Minister of Energy for water affairs, Reza Ardakanian, here Sunday said that up to the end of the current fiscal year (March 20), 15 dams are expected to become operational throughout the country.
Evidence of tectonic plate shifts in Sumatra to avoid massive natural calamity in 2012 – Extraterrestrial UFO influence
Sumatra region has seen under water earthquakes, Tsunami, landslides in massive scale in the last four months.
Tehran Crisis Management and Prevention Center with the cooperation of two other organizations will undertake a unique proj ect to study and locate Tehran's fault lines ...
Last week on Earth Day, AP newswire led with a real scare story: "Study Shows Antarctic Glaciers Shrinking." In doing so, the press, yet again, predictably distorted a global warming story.
Seismologists have long relied on earthquakes or expensive tools like explosives to help create images of Earth's interior
A new study by researchers at Oregon State University suggests that the magnitude 6.7 earthquakes that struck California's San Fernando Valley in 1971 and Northridge area in 1994 may have been ...