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National Park Service - Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program - 75+ summer opportunities available

The Geological Society of America (GSA) is now recruiting applicants for more than 75 National Park Service “Geoscientists-In-the-Parks” (GIP) opportunities taking place during summer 2016. 333 more words

Editorial: A powerful concept

Published in The Hindu on July 6, 2011

“Archean to Anthropocene, the past is the key to the future” is the theme of the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America to be held in Minnesota in October 2011. 386 more words

Editorial

Geology of North America Through Native American Stories

Interested in Earth Science and Native American culture?  You might want to check out this resource . . .

Topic: Geology of North America as illustrated by Native American Stories…

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acidic fog created by volcanic eruptions on the red planet is the probable culprit for the erosion of rocks on Mars, believe scientists..

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Eaten away by ‘vog’: Acid fog eroding rocks on Mars

Published time: 8 Nov, 2015 06:39

 

The planet Mars showing showing Terra Meridiani is seen in an undated NASA image. 195 more words

Earth Watch Report

Massive magma chamber found below the volcano may reveal clues about future explosions

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Deep magma chambers seen beneath Mount St. Helens

Dean J. Koepfler/MCT/Newscom

Geophysicists have imaged the magma chambers that blew the lid off Mount St. Helens in its 1980 eruption. 1,032 more words

Earth Watch Report

Going to the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (Nov. 1-4)? Here are some tips.

Hi REU leaders and mentors,

Here are two articles to pass on to REU students who are going to be attending – or presenting – at a conference. 136 more words

Community Mourns Death of Jon C. Boothroyd, Acclaimed Coastal Geologist

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island announced the loss of their “beloved” Geosciences Professor Emeritus Jon C. Boothroyd, a field researcher, Coastal and Environmental Geologist,  and active participant in development of the Rhode Island Shoreline Change Special Area Management Plan (Beach SAMP). 522 more words

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