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The next frontier: Mining the deep sea

As we continue consuming metals and rare earths at the same speed as today, we could run out of existing resources 20 years' time, according to an estimate of current resources and reserves worldwide. Given this pressing demand and following the commodity price boom between...

source: By Stefanie Heerwig
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Aside from a desire to support the geological profession in general, a company will receive recognition via their marketing materials and advertising of the company brand in GeoDayz 2022 hand-out materials and on-line via the AIPG Texas Chapter website for a specified...

source: AIPG

Throughout the pandemic, work environments have shifted between virtual, in-person and hybrid scenarios. Remote-first work policies, which allow employees to choose their work location for any given day, have enabled workplaces to...

source: AIPG

Overall, geoscience median salaries declined by 2% between 2020 and 2021, lagging other science occupations which increased by 4%, but not other engineering occupations which declined by 4%. The greatest increases in median salaries within the geosciences were geoscience...

source: AIPG

The Cumbre Vieja eruption in 2021 was the most protracted and disruptive volcanic eruption in the recent history of the Canary Island of La Palma. More than 1,600 structures, including about 1,300 residential buildings, were destroyed or...

source: EurekAlert!

The growth of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) during the Cenozoic drove dramatic climate and environmental change in this region. However, there has been a limited amount of research on long-term climate change on QTP. Therefore, the...



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