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Barcelona is the next destination of the Goldschmidt Conference and we warmly invite you to come and...

source: GS

Global warming will cause peatlands to absorb more carbon — but the effect will weaken as warming increases, new research suggests. This effect — a so-called "negative feedback" where climate change causes effects which slow further climate change —...

source: University of Exeter via Phys.org

The British mainland was formed from the collision of not two, but three ancient continental land masses, according to new research. Scientists have for centuries believed that England, Wales and Scotland were created by the merger of...

source: University of Plymouth via Phys.org

Evidence left by a volcano under the ice sheet suggests that the observed bulging of ice in West Antarctica is a short-term feature that may not affect the glacier's motion over the long term.

source: University of Washington via ScienceDaily

Redox-influenced trace element compositional differences among variably aqueously altered CM chondrites...

source: GS

The Geochemical Society recognizes significant achievements in the field through its prestigious awards...

source: GS

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