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Scientists have found the interstellar organic matter could produce an abundant supply of water by heating, suggesting that organic matter could be the source of terrestrial water.

source: Hokkaido University via ScienceDaily

A new tool that reconciles modeling and paleoclimate data builds confidence that tropical Pacific corals reliably archive natural variability in the El Niño–Southern Oscillation climate pattern.

source: Eos

A rock core from Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, has given scientists a powerful new tool to understand how catastrophic events shaped Earth's ecosystems before the rise of the dinosaurs. The core offers scientists a foundation to explain the changes in the fossil...

source: University of Texas at Austin via ScienceDaily

The solubility of monazite (LaPO4, PrPO4, NdPO4, and EuPO4) endmembers in aqueous solutions from 100...

source: GS

How do events like volcanic eruptions and earthquakes impact ecosystems, environments, and human health? Are there ways to forecast, warn, and adapt to these and other geohazards? A special series of presentations and discussions at the recent Goldschmidt Conference addressed...

source: GS

Bacteria have been known to source energy from photosynthesis, carbon, dead organic material, or a symbiotic relationship with other organisms. For the first time, scientists discovered bacteria that consume manganese.

source: The Science Times

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