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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: New science shows Sitka geologically separate from rest of Alaska (Alaska Public Media) Geopark status will upgrade region's image (Black Country Bugle) Increasingly severe disturbances weaken world's temperate...

source: AEG

A chunk of ice the size of downtown Manhattan fell off the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland on Aug. 16, the fastest moving ice sheet in the world at present. As it melts, the glacier calves off icebergs and dumps freshwater into the North Atlantic at a rapid clip, a clip...

source: Scientific American

New research from a team led by Carnegie's Robert Hazen predicts that Earth has more than 1,500 undiscovered minerals and that the exact mineral diversity of our planet is unique and could not be duplicated anywhere in the cosmos.

source: Carnegie Science

From the grand waterfalls in Yosemite to past presidents sculpted into stone at Mount Rushmore, American history is continuously preserved throughout our national parks. On Aug. 25, 2016, the National Park Service will enjoy...

source: U.S. Geological Survey

The following is from Jane Gill-Shaler, RG, AEG Foundation director: Our AEG Foundation Fundraiser has scored a 3-D printer for the raffle! This fine quality desktop instrument, a FlashForge 3D Printer Creator Pro, has a metal frame...

source: AEG

The dramatic increase in seismic activity in the central and eastern United States have prompted us to address the causes and consequences of these events to reduce associated risks. This is an opportunity for AEG members to contribute...

source: AEG

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