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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: A novel approach reveals element cycles in the ocean (Eos) New study quantifies deep reaction behind 'superdeep' diamonds (American Geophysical Union via Phys.org) Water, not temperature, limits global forest...

source: AEG

Years before the devastating Tohoku earthquake struck the coast of Japan in 2011, the Earth's crust near the site of the quake was starting to stir. Researchers are using computer models to investigate if tiny tremors detected...

source: University of Texas at Austin via ScienceDaily

Archaeologists often search for ancient buildings that are buried without a visible trace on the surface. A magnetic surveying group has found a way to address this issue, applying their expertise to help archaeologists search for buildings...

source: Eos

All of AGI's 52 member societies, including AEG, now have free digital access to EARTH Magazine! Check out this link to sign up. There is no obligation and AGI will not sell, rent nor give out anyone's email addresses at any time.

source: American Geosciences Institute

At the November meeting of AGI's Geoscience Policy Program Advisory Committee, AGI announced that it...

source: American Geosciences Institute

The Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists 2019 Annual Meeting invites you to submit an...

source: AEG

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