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  1. 3.2 earthquake strikes near SoledadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KRON 4

    A 3.2 earthquake has struck near Soledad in Central California on Thursday night, according to the United States Geological Survey.

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  2. Montero Channel Sampling Returns 14 Metres of 1.93% Lithium Oxide at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GlobeNewswire

    TORONTO, Nov. 16, 2017 -- Montero Mining and Exploration Ltd. has completed an initial channel sampling program at the Soris Lithium Project in central Namibia which returned an average lithium grade of 0.76% Li2O with values up to 3.66% Li2O from all channel samples. The best result from channel sampling returned 14 metres of 1.93% Li2O.

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  3. Congress debates oil drilling in largest US wildlife refugeRead the original story

    Yesterday | KXXV-TV Waco

    Sometime next April, pregnant cows in the Porcupine Caribou Herd in Canada will take the lead in an annual migration of nearly 200,000 animals north to Alaska. From winter grounds in Canada's Yukon Territory, the caribou traveling in small and large groups will cross rivers and gaps in the mighty Brooks Range on the 400-mile journey.

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  4. Washington's geology like you've never seen it beforeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... equipment, DNR geologists were able to peel back the Earth's top layer with all its messy life and show what the geology that undergirds our state's geography. Check out 20 of the highlights in the gallery above. The department's presentation offers ...

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  5. NZ-led international team begin epic journey to probe secrets of Ross Ice ShelfRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | University of Otago News

    ... Professor Christina Hulbe from Otago's Department of Surveying, and Dr Christian Ohneiser from Otago's Department of Geology. The expedition has taken more than two years to plan, for what will be a challenging and exciting programme of work. ...

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  6. Berkeley School Severs Ties With Slave-Owning NamesakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NBC Bay Area

    LeConte Elementary School in Berkeley will soon have a new moniker, following a debate over its namesake's problematic past. Amid a national push to rename campuses that pay tribute to controversial historical figures, the Berkeley school board on Wednesday voted unanimously to scrub LeConte Elementary of its namesake of 125 years.

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  7. Ta'an Kwach'an, Yukon government begin geothermal energy studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Alexandra Byers is an award-winning multi-platform journalist based at CBC in Whitehorse. She moved to the Yukon from Uganda, where she had been a freelance journalist and video producer.

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  8. Fossil That Fills Missing Evolutionary Link Named After UChicago ProfessorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Newswise

    ... of the year for both Kidwell and Jablonski: In April she received the Moore Medal from the Society for Sedimentary Geology, and in October he received the Paleontological Society Medal, that society's highest honor. Jablonski had one previous ...

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  9. Raffles Hotel's beer garden to remain open over summer as noise complaint court case is pushed backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    A WA mining entrepreneur fighting the Raffles Hotel bar for allegedly playing music too loudly has failed to have it shut over summer until his case can be heard. The Supreme Court this week dismissed an application by Derek Noel Ammon for an interlocutory injunction that would have closed the Raffles' outdoor beer garden until a final hearing, which is expected to be in February.

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  10. What If a 9.0-Magnitude Earthquake Hit Seattle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Live Science

    In preparation for the BIG ONE - the mighty 9.0-magnitude earthquake that's expected to lay waste to the Pacific Northwest - geophysicists have created 50 virtual simulations to see how such a quake could rattle the region. The simulations don't paint a pretty picture for Seattle or the coastal areas of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Northern California, but the locations of some epicenters were a bit more forgiving than others.

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  11. $100,000 gift to FHSU will help geology studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hays Daily News

    In recognition of what he called a "transforming experience," Curtis Longpine of Hays gave $100,000 to help ensure future geology students at Fort Hays State University are able to experience the same. The gift from Longpine, co-owner of oil and gas company Damar Resources in Hays, and his wife, Renee, will partially fund an endowment to offer financial assistance for geology students to attend the geology field camp, the capstone course for the major in which students travel to Colorado and Utah to put everything they've learned into practice in the field.

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  12. Bushveld Minerals completes mineral resource estimates review at SA vanadium mineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Live Charts

    The mineral project development company, Bushveld Minerals, said it had completed the review of previous mineral resource estimates for Bushveld Vametco Alloys Limited's primary vanadium mine in Northwest Province, South Africa, as well as reserve declarations. During the process, Bushveld confirmed that revised mineral resource and ore reserve numbers more accurately reflected actual grades achieved at Vametco Mine, and that total reported mineral resource tonnages for all three magnetite seams had increased slightly from 138.62Mt to 142.4Mt.

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  13. Scientists Identify Third-Largest Eruption in Earth's HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | How Stuff Works

    ... The research by Washington State University, funded by the National Science Foundation, appears in the journal Geology and details a thousand-year span during which an explosion of sulfuric gas blocked out the sun and chilled the Earth. "This would ...

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  14. Lixivia Obtains Ultra-Pure Calcium Carbonate from Highly Expansive Steel SlagRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    ... precipitated calcium carbonate at an exceptional quality and price. Mineral producers will be able to decouple the geology traditionally associated with synthetic calcium minerals from their regional markets they serve best. Traditionally, companies ...

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  15. Criticism of sanctions returns in Iran after quakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    Add Iran as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Iran news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Criticism of U.S. sanctions on Iran rekindled Thursday over Iranian-Americans abroad being unable to send money directly to aid those affected by a powerful earthquake that killed over 530 people as doctors worked to help the injured.

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  16. Hawaiian Islands Weather Details & Aloha Paragraphs / November 16-17, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Maui Weather Today

    ... out of the Colorado Plateau and pour into the Gulf of California. In a paper published in the journal Sedimentary Geology, Dorsey's team proposes that lower stretches of river were influenced by shifts in underlying bedrock and changing sea levels. ...

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  17. Guyana Goldstrike Launches Phase 1 Exploration at MarudiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | World News Report

    VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, November 16, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Guyana Goldstrike Inc. is pleased to announce commencement of Phase One exploration activities at the Marudi Gold Project , Guyana, South America. a Up to 12,000 metres of trenching a Extensive rock and soil sampling a Expansion of surface mineralization in known zones a Detailed geological mapping a Discovery of new mineralization and evaluation a Drill-target selection and definition "The Company's exploration strategy is to upgrade and expand the Project's two known mineralized zones and to continue to explore for new areas of mineralization," stated Locke Goldsmith, MSc., P. Eng, P. Geo, Chief Geologist and Exploration Manager for the Company.

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  18. Nexus Gold Continues to Drill and Discover More GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | World News Report

    Reports gold assay results from the first five drill holes completed at the Rakounga gold concession, Burkina Faso, W Africa VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, November 16, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Nexus Gold Corp. is pleased to announce assay results from the first five reverse circulation drill holes conducted at the Rakounga gold concession, located 109 km north of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

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  19. 8. 4 Fantastic Careers for Adventurous, Outgoing TeensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | RecruitingBlogs.com

    By the time we enter our teen years, we start contemplating the age-old question: "What am I going to do with the rest of my life?" Here are four options for outgoing teenagers to ponder when mulling over their future careers. Communications is emerging as the new Engineering degree, and there are many cool jobs to purse with a mass communications degree.

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  20. University of Oregon research maps major shifts in Colorado River historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Environmental News Network

    ... out of the Colorado Plateau and pour into the Gulf of California. In a paper published in the journal Sedimentary Geology, Dorsey's team proposes that lower stretches of river were influenced by shifts in underlying bedrock and changing sea levels. ...

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