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UO geologist Greg Retallack has dirt on his hands—and at 3.7 billion years old, it might be some of the oldest dirt on Earth. Found in a metamorphic rock formation in southwestern Greenland, the soil in question was exposed beneath...

source: University of Oregon via

Chemists have discovered a completely unexpected shortcut in the global sulfur cycle. This process is determined by tiny organisms in the ocean's plankton.

source: Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena via ScienceDaily

Low δ26Mg volcanic rocks of Tengchong in Southwestern China: A deep carbon cycle induced by supercritical...

source: GS

Did you know that the GS has a life membership option? It eliminates the need to renew every year and means that you will not be subject to future dues increases. The life membership formula is 70 minus your current age times $35 USD, with a minimum rate of $175....

source: GS

Where did Earth's global ocean come from? A team of Arizona State University geoscientists led by Peter Buseck, Regents' Professor in ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) and School of Molecular Sciences, has found...

source: Arizona State University

Scientists have found the beginnings of life-bearing chemistry at the center of the galaxy. Iso-propyl cyanide has been detected in a star-forming cloud 27,000 light-years from Earth.

source: BBC News


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