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the Zhada Basin Snail shells show high-rise plateau is much lower than it used to be
Released September 22, 2014
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earth and environment graphic Antarctic ice sheet is result of CO2 decrease, not continental breakup
Released July 30, 2014
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earth and environment graphic Slow Earthquakes: It's All in the Rock Mechanics
Released May 20, 2013
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Benjamin Horton and Andrea Hawkes in the field Penn Research Helps Paint Finer Picture of Massive 1700 Earthquake
Released May 14, 2013
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researchers set up the clay table Earth Is "Lazy" When Forming Faults Like Those Near San Andreas
Released April 3, 2013
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a view of granites in the Indus River India Joined With Asia 10 Million Years Later Than Previously Thought
Released February 6, 2013
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researchers standing next to a GPS station Does the Central Andean Backarc Have the Potential for a Great Earthquake?
Released May 8, 2011
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Eric Calais Researchers Find Haiti Quake Caused By Unknown Fault
Released October 25, 2010
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photo of the Bahia Pia Glaciers Help High-latitude Mountains Grow Taller
Released September 15, 2010
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the Patagonia Andes Glaciers Boost Mountain Growth in Andes
Released September 15, 2010
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 Lisa Grant Ludwig Big Quakes More Frequent Than Thought on San Andreas Fault
Released August 20, 2010
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spiny frog Frogs Evolution Tracks Rise of Himalayas and Rearrangement of Southeast Asia
Released August 5, 2010
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collapsed building from Haiti earthquake Geoscientists and Engineers Help Haiti Prepare for the Next Big Earthquake
Released July 28, 2010
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The San Andreas Fault Observatory drill rig Tiny Clays Curb Big Earthquakes
Released June 24, 2010
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mountains Not So Fast! Andes Rise Was Gradual, Not Abrupt
Released April 1, 2010
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Richard Gordon Tectonics: Precision is Hallmark of 20-year Study
Released March 26, 2010
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earth and environment graphic Twenty-year Study Yields Precise Model of Tectonic-plate Movements
Released March 22, 2010
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earth and environment graphic Rapid Response Science Missions Assess Potential for Another Major Haiti Earthquake
Released February 24, 2010
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Bidart fan, Carrizo Plain San Andreas Fault Study Unearths New Quake Information
Released January 21, 2010
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earth and environment graphic North Carolina Sea Levels Rising Three Times Faster Than in Previous 500 Years, Penn Study Says
Released October 28, 2009
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