Secrets of dinosaur ecology found in fragile amber Secrets of dinosaur ecology found in fragile amber

Photos and drawings of inclusions in Canadian Cretaceous amber from Grassy Lake amber, a 78-79 mi...

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Alpine drilling fault project moves into new phase Alpine drilling fault project moves into new phase

(L-R) Dr Giles Henry (University of Montpellier, France), Prof Doug Schmitt (University of Albert...

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Earthquakes in the ocean: Towards a better understanding of their precursors Earthquakes in the ocean: Towards a better understanding of their precursors

(©Ifremer) Published on 14 September in Nature Geoscience, the study conducted by researchers f...

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Massive debris pile reveals risk of huge tsunamis in Hawaii Massive debris pile reveals risk of huge tsunamis in Hawaii

Hawaii's evacuation maps are based in part on the 1946 tsunami, the most destructive tsunami ...

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Flinders scientist discovers origins of sex Flinders scientist discovers origins of sex

Artist's impression of the first act of copulation in our distant ancestors. Credit: Image co...

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Map of Top asbestos producers and consumers Map of Top asbestos producers and consumers

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3-D Technology to Examine the Formation of Cliffband Landscapes 3-D Technology to Examine the Formation of Cliffband Landscapes

Scenes from the Colorado Plateau region of Utah. A blend of photos and technology takes a new t...

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UC Researchers Take a Unique Approach to Monitoring Groundwater Supplies Near Ohio Fracking Sites UC Researchers Take a Unique Approach to Monitoring Groundwater Supplies Near Ohio Fracking Sites

A drilling rig in Carroll County, Ohio. A University of Cincinnati research project is taking a...

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Asbestos likely more widespread than previously thought Asbestos likely more widespread than previously thought

China was the leading asbestos-consuming country in 2007, followed by India, Russia, Kazakhstan, ...

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