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The Geological Society of America invites you to submit an abstract for "Pan-Pacific Subduction Zone Hazards: Tectonic and Gravitational Effects" for the GSA Annual Meeting. Submission deadline is Tuesday, July 29.

source: The Geological Society of America via AEG

Geological models have long suggested the mantle plume that built the Galápagos islands lies below Fernandina Island. Using a novel combination of seismic techniques, however, scientists have found a mantle anomaly that appears to be the Galápagos plume located...

source: EARTH Magazine

Scientists have discovered new relationships between deep-sea temperature and ice-volume changes to provide crucial new information about how the ice ages came about. The researchers found, for the first time, that the long-term trends in cooling and continental ice-volume...

source: University of Southampton via ScienceDaily

AEG's various communications media have been growing and improving over the past year. Communications Committee Co-Directors Matt Brunengo and Kami Deputy provide members with the latest news going on within the communications team.

source: AEG

In the past decade, social media has grown from the small text-only chat rooms between friends to massive venues for sharing all sorts of content, including photos, videos and links to interesting articles. Social media can facilitate great discussions on technical topics...

source: AEG


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