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On Saturday, April 22, scientists and science-supporters will join together in a rare public exhibit of grass-roots support. The 2017 March for Science will descend on Washington DC as well as more than 394 satellite marches in other cities and countries. The mission is...

source: AEG Advocacy Committee

Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Study reveals wetlands are susceptible to rapid lowering in elevation during large earthquakes (California State University, Fullerton via Phys.org) Glacial outburst flood near Mount Everest caught on video...

source: AEG

Power plants that burn natural gas produce significantly less pollutants and greenhouse gases than coal-burning plants, according to current estimates of how much methane escapes from such power plants, as well as from oil refineries,...

source: Purdue University

A year after Cheniere Energy Inc.'s Louisiana terminal shipped the first exports of U.S. natural gas from shale, cargoes from the facility are fetching higher prices than ever.

source: Bloomberg

Geoscientists gather and interpret data about the Earth and other planets, providing the data, tools and expertise to help solve some of America's greatest challenges.

source: AGI

The American Geosciences Institute will host a free webinar, "State Responses to Induced Earthquakes," on Friday April 14 at 2 p.m. ET. The surge in recent years of earthquakes associated with some...

source: American Geosciences Institute

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