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Marine bacteria that live in the dark depths of the ocean play a newly discovered and significant role in the global carbon cycle, according to a new study.

source: Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences via ScienceDaily

A decline in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels led to a fundamental shift in the behaviour of the Earth's climate system around one million years ago, according to new research led by the University of Southampton. A team of...

source: University of Southampton via

Much like a forensic team recreates a scene to determine how a crime was committed, researchers at the University of New Hampshire are using scientific sleuthing to better understand the journey of magma, or molten rock, in one of Europe's...

source: University of New Hampshire via

Ultra-high pressure and ultra-reduced minerals in ophiolites may form by lightning strikes Magnetotactic...

source: GS

[Open access] The mineralogy and petrology of I-type cosmic spherules: Implications for their sources,...

source: GS

Today is the last day to vote for positions on the Geochemical Society's board of directors. The business...

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