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firstname.lastname@example.orgVibrations from Tuesday’s earthquake in central Virginia were felt along the East Coast thanks to the “old and cold” geology of the region, an expert said Wednesday. Gavin Hayes, a research seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey...
Geology professor continues 'Renfrew Rocks!' programs Jeri Jones, geology professor and consultant, continues his annual "Renfrew Rocks!" series of programs on Thursday, March 24 at 7 p.m. in the visitors center at Renfrew Park. Admission is free and...
email@example.comDrive through Washington County and you're bound to see limestone boulders poking up in farm fields or tilted and folded rock layers in road cuts. Do you ever wonder what is under the blanket of soil and vegetation draped over everything? This question...
Despite the drought that plagued Southern California last winter, river rafters can still get their paddles wet: Parts of Northern California and other Western states got the rain and snow that missed SoCal. California's Kings, Kern, Kaweah, Merced...
ManchesterOn Saturday, May 25, the Manchester Land Conservation Trust sponsored a free geology walk in the Case Mountain Recreation Area. Geologist Gary Robbins described the rock formations and the forces that brought them about to a group of 22 hikers who...
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When Debra Buczkowski was 7, in 1976, NASA’s Viking space probes were landing on Mars and sending images of the red planet back to Earth as part of their $1 billion mission. “I realized that no matter where I went on this planet, I couldn&...
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HOUSTON -- Oklahoma’s largest-recorded earthquake was triggered by injection wells used by the oil and gas industry, according to a report released this week. The Tuesday report in the geoscience journal Geology is the latest scientific evidence...
The question of how an oil spill from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline might affect the Ogallala aquifer was raised again this month, in a report the U.S. State Department will use to help it decide whether to approve or reject the controversial project....
The Hartford CourantSometimes, it's comforting to know that none of us are really in charge. There but for the grace of the great roulette wheel in the sky go I. I refer to the planetary stray bullets called asteroids, one of which streaked into the Russian atmosphere...
The last statewide map of Maryland geology, published in 1968, is out of print. Online versions of it are marked with a disclaimer that it's too imprecise for anything but "historical and illustrative purposes." But a push to drill for Marcellus shale...
HASTINGS, Minn. - Debbie Carlson can laugh at the irony: She's the wife of a well digger who can't find good water for his own family. Like one out of three wells in Dakota County, hers is so contaminated with nitrates she won't let anyone drink from it...
As sure as an automobile could not have been built by even the most enterprising Neanderthal, the appearance of humans on Earth could not have occurred without the myriad of developments that began with the birth of the universe, and continued with the...
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