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  1. The legend of Crystal Peak, treasure-stocked hub of the Pikes Peak regionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Gazette

    FLORISSANT a It would seem impossible to miss, a point like no other in the Pikes Peak region, mistaken throughout history as some ancient pyramid or dormant volcano. Yet it is easily passed heading west to the Tarryall Mountains and Puma Hills.


  2. 5.1-magnitude quake hits Taiwan - USGSRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Trend

    An earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale jolted China's Taiwan at 15:15:40 GMT on Sunday, the US Geological Survey said, Trend reported citing Xinhua .


  3. Michindoh on regional radar screenRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KPC Media Group, Inc.

    This graph shows 2018 readings at the DeKalb County well monitored by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and United States Geological Survey to study the level of the Michindoh Aquifer in Indiana.


  4. BLM is auctioning off our futureRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Friends of Cedar Mesa Crews drill an oil well on Cedar Mesa in 2014 on public land that later became part of Bears Ears National Monument. The well turned up dry and the federal lease was retired.


  5. 10 awesome storm watching spots on the Oregon coastRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Oregonian

    ... waves, you can't just go anywhere. To find the best storm watching spots you have to find places with specific geology that allows waves to come into shore unhindered, with rock formations against which they can crash and spray. You also want to get ...


  6. Tremor in Accra: Fault lines active, prepare for earthquakes - Geological Service warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    The Ghana Geological Survey Authority is warning an earthquake is imminent following strings of tremors that shook parts of Accra. Joy News reporters Latif Iddrisu and Joseph Ackay Blay who live around Ablekuma and Kasoa respectively and experienced the tremor, reported it was worrying.


  7. A bright discovery: U of A intern discovers better way to extract diamondsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    ... Sciences department as part of the internship program. She had the chance to work with various researchers in the geology department for six weeks. She discovered a machine on campus called SELFRAG could be "a smarter way to separate the rock into ...


  8. Do you feel earthquakes now even when there is no earthquake?Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle

    ... all earthquakes. "I think a lot of it's psychological," according to Larry Brown, a Cornell University professor of geology. "You're walking and suddenly the ground you expect to be stable is no longer stable. It can be very disconcerting." ...


  9. HPCL Ceo Mike Wylie, second left, speaking with HPCL employees during ...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    ... will be expanded, but the job type is what's different." He explained E&P companies' expertise is in engineering, geology, finance, risk management. "But E&Ps ask people to be multi-skilled rather than single-skilled. Best source for this expertise ...


  10. Large graphite deposit found in central ChinaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    A large graphite deposit has been discovered in central China's Henan Province, according to the provincial geology and minerals prospecting bureau. Initial surveys show that the deposit, located in Xichuan County, has a reserve of more than 14.8 million tonnes of graphite.


  11. How does climate change impact water?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The release of the fourth National Climate Assessment on Nov. 23 painted a dire picture for the future if carbon emissions are not starkly reduced. Scientists reported Wednesday, however, that global emissions of carbon dioxide - after years of staying the same - are instead inching higher.


  12. Strange Waves Rippled Around the WorldRead the original story

    Yesterday | Drudge Retort

    On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30 UT, a mysterious rumble rolled around the world. The seismic waves began roughly 15 miles off the shores of Mayotte, a French island sandwiched between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar.


  13. Giant collisions shake the cosmosRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WHNT-TV Huntsville

    Scientists have sparked a revolution in astronomy by figuring out how to observe gravitational waves with the help of new technology involving lasers and mirror Scientists have sparked a revolution in astronomy by figuring out how to observe gravitational waves with the help of new technology involving lasers and mirror In 1608, the German-Dutch lensmaker Hans Lippershey became the first person to apply for a patent for what we now call the telescope. By combining two lenses, he found that he could make distant objects appear closer than they are.


  14. Fundamentals, Sensor Systems, Spectral Libraries, and Data Mining for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | CRC Press

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  15. Analysis Shows 2018 California Wildfires Emitted as Much Carbon...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Pine Tree

    Posted by: thepinetree on 12/05/2018 01:55 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 12/05/2018 01:55 PM Expires: 01/01/2023 12:00 AM Analysis Shows 2018 California Wildfires Emitted as Much Carbon Dioxide as an Entire Year's Worth of Electricity Washington, DC...U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced that according to data analyzed by the U.S. Geological Survey , the 2018 wildfire season in California is estimated to have released emissions equivalent to roughly 68 million tons of carbon dioxide. This number equates to about 15 percent of all California emissions, and it is on par with the annual emissions produced by generating enough electricity to power the entire state for a year.


  16. Bulla s eye on USa Permian Basin as oil prices riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Minot Daily News

    Some of the largest energy companies in the U.S. have already invested billions of dollars on claims up and down the Texas-New Mexico state line, tapping one of the nation's richest and most prolific oil and natural gas regions. Now the stakes just got higher, as the U.S. Geological Survey released a new assessment Thursday that shows portions of the Permian Basin could hold even more promise.


  17. Jane Arnold: Ellison's documentation of geology, geography, industry now at Beaton InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Cape Breton Post

    ... and is missed by so many. He has become well known for his books and articles about Cape Breton's natural history, geology, geography and industry. As well, he was an accomplished piper, Gaelic speaker and photographer. Ellison worked as an educator ...


  18. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Saturday |

    A YELLOWSTONE volcano eruption could trigger a volcanic winter, which would plunge the globe into freezing conditions and threaten to cut off food supplies, experts have warned. The Yellowstone volcano, located in the US State of Wyoming, has been ranked a "high risk" volcano by the United States Geological Survey and experts have warned an eruption could one day cause a volcanic winter, threatening to cause chaos across the globe.


  19. World's young steeped in - warming' dogma; don't you buy itRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    ... the last 20 years and has had no significant additional warming. Furthermore, Don Easterbrook, Professor Emeritus of Geology at Western University, is one of several scientists who say the Earth is cooling. Prof. Easterbrook predicts Earth's ...


  20. Tiny 'Blueberries' on Mars Continue to Baffle ScientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Live Science

    Early in its mission, the Opportunity rover spotted round, iron-rich concretions nicknamed "blueberries," which constituted one of several different types of evidence suggesting that Mars used to be wet. This photo captures an area just 1.2 inches across.