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Most of Earth's essential elements for life — including most of the carbon and nitrogen in you — probably came from another planet. Earth most likely received the bulk of its carbon, nitrogen and other life-essential volatile...

source: Rice University via Phys.org

We don’t tend to think of the British Isles as a land of volcanoes. However, over geologic timescales, things can be very different. ~50-60 million years ago, the North Atlantic Ocean was opening and the area around the...

source: Discover Magazine

A potential proxy for seasonal hypoxia: LA-ICP-MS Mn/Ca ratios in benthic foraminifera from the Yangtze...

source: GS

This month on "Meet the Scientist," we feature Professor Dominique Weis from the University of British...

source: GS

Five new members joined the GS Board of Directors this month. Elizabeth Cottrell of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History (USA) and Naomi Harada of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) were elected to director positions...

source: GS

Onset of volatile recycling into the mantle determined by xenon anomalies Goethite, a tailor-made host...

source: GS

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