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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Massive debris pile reveals risk of huge tsunamis in Hawaii (American Geophysical Union) Rising above the risk: America's 1st tsunami refuge (The Geological Society of America) Explanation of the expected...

source: AEG

Water and Energy: Undeniably two of the most essential components of our prosperous future. We need to be smart about managing both. Development of critical energy resources is perturbing groundwater systems at an increasing...

source: Vimeo

Builders and masons take note: When it comes to the durability of limestone, grain size matters. New research combining field and lab data shows that fine-grained limestone is more susceptible than its coarser-grained cousins to a one-two...

source: Earth Magazine

For Kent State University Professor of Geology and long-time AEG member Abdul Shakoor, Ph.D., studying the stability of Mount Rushmore, visited by nearly three million people each year, was a lifelong dream. In 2013, with the help of his graduate student Lindsay Poluga,...

source: Kent State University

The conference, "Time to Face the Landslide Hazard Dilemma: Bridging Science, Policy, Public Safety, and Potential Loss," will be held Feb. 26-28, 2015, in Seattle. The first two days will consist of technical and other presentations by invited speakers, posters, discussion...

source: AEG

Scientists have found a huge mountain range in Gondwana, 600 million years ago. It ran from modern west Africa to northeast Brazil, and as it eroded, it fed the oceans with nutrients that fueled an explosion of early life on Earth.

source: Australian National University via ScienceDaily


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