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a view of the headwaters of Waianaia Gulch April 14, 2016
Chemical weathering controls erosion rates in rivers
News From the Field
Woodruff and Brandon collect core samples March 7, 2016
New York Harbor's oyster beds once protected against severe storm and extreme wave damage
News From the Field
aerial view of NSF's Mo'orea Coral Reef Long-Term Ecological Research site February 2, 2016
NSF awards rapid response grants to study current El Niño, one of the strongest on record
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the study area near Triangle Lake, Oregon November 27, 2015
Soil pulled from deep under Oregon's unglaciated Coast Range unveils frosty past climate
News From the Field
view down from the headscarp of a debris flow August 27, 2015
Historic 2013 Colorado Front Range storm accomplished up to 1,000 years of erosion
News From the Field
Copper mine at Copper Mountain, British Columbia May 11, 2015
A climate signal in the global distribution of copper deposits
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a custom apparatus March 9, 2015
Penn researchers show how rivers creep and flow to shape landscapes over time
News From the Field
examining thin, horizontal sections December 16, 2014
Glacier beds can get slipperier at higher sliding speeds
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close-up look of the riverbed in Sugar Creek, IN April 30, 2014
Predicting changing river landscapes
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the Himalayas March 14, 2014
The frozen truth about glaciers, climate change and our future
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erosional scar at the O'Bryan Ridge February 18, 2014
University of Illinois study of 2011 flood will lead to better preparedness
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image of river rocks February 12, 2014
Penn geophysicist teams with mathematicians to describe how river rocks round
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Stubby Canyon, Malad Gorge State Park, Idaho December 17, 2013
Megafloods: What they leave behind
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image of lion statues October 28, 2013
Researchers turn to technology to discover a novel way of mapping landscapes
News From the Field
earth and environment graphic October 17, 2013
Could Sandy happen again? Maybe, says Tufts geologist
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image of an opah, also called a moonfish August 25, 2013
Mercury levels in Pacific fish likely to rise in coming decades
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comparison of exhumed delta in sedimentary rocks July 16, 2013
Evidence For a Martian Ocean
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Benjamin Horton and colleagues May 22, 2013
Penn-led Research Maps Historic Sea-level Change on the New Jersey Coastline
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Benjamin Horton and Andrea Hawkes in the field May 14, 2013
Penn Research Helps Paint Finer Picture of Massive 1700 Earthquake
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researchers measure a sediment sample February 13, 2013
Penn Geologists Quantify, Characterize Sediment Carried by Mississippi Flood to Louisiana's Wetlands
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Joshua Roering February 11, 2013
Large, Ancient Landslides Delivered Preferred Upstream Habitats for Coho Salmon
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image of an ostrich in a field December 17, 2012
Farm Soil Determines Environmental Fate of Phosphorous
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a MODIS image from NASA's OceanColor Web October 22, 2012
A Mississippi River Diversion Helped Build Louisiana Wetlands, Penn Geologists Find
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Tomasz Stepinski demonstrates LandEx September 17, 2012
New, Content-based Geographic Map Search Tool Unveiled
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the Bonnet Carré Spillway in Lousiana July 24, 2012
Spillways Can Divert Sand From Rivers to Rebuild Wetlands
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researchers digging a trench May 28, 2012
Climate Change Led to Collapse of Ancient Indus Civilization, Study Finds
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Douglas Jerolmack May 10, 2012
A Push From the Mississippi Kept Deepwater Horizon Oil Slick Off Shore, Penn Research Shows
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students take a groundwater sample at White Sands February 6, 2012
Penn Researchers Uncover a Mechanism to Explain Dune Field Patterns
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two cutoff channels in a bend in the Wabash River September 21, 2011
Researchers' Chance Viewing of River Cutoff Forming Provides Rare Insight
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photo of rising seas lapping at a house June 22, 2011
Salt Marsh Sediments Help Gauge Climate-change-induced Sea-level Rise
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