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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate melting of Arctic glaciers (Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres via In the birthplace of U.S. oil, methane gas is leaking everywhere (Bloomberg) 6-story,...

source: AEG

Rare earths prices have climbed in recent weeks as China began boosting reserves of the coveted elements and stepped up efforts to crack down on the illegal mining and exporting of such key ingredients for advanced electronics, defense and renewable energy.


From Energy in Depth's Nicole Jacobs: The Appalachian Basin that encompasses Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia has a long history of being a manufacturing hub. This region in the Ohio Valley and throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania recently went from being part of the...

source: Akron Beacon Journal

U.S. power plants burned more natural gas than coal for the first time last year, one factor that kept global CO2 emissions the lowest in years, a key oil company economist said Thursday. "You can go back as long as you want in history,...


Section/Chapter chairs: Don't forget to submit your 2016 Outstanding Chapter Award application to be eligible to be awarded $750 for your chapter! Go to the Section/Chapter Resources page online to view the criteria. Outstanding Chapter Award applications are due to...

source: AEG

Join your peers for the 2016 AEG Annual Meeting in Kona, Hawaii! This is a geologist's dream location. This memorable meeting is filled with exciting field trips, relevant educational sessions, short courses and amazing special events, including an authentic Hawaiian Luau. Be...

source: AEG


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