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terminus of the Hubbard Glacier Climate change is moving mountains, research says
Released November 5, 2015
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an ocean bottom seismometer being retrieved Scientists map source of Northwest's next big quake
Released November 2, 2015
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Chris Myers, left, and Sebastian Breitenbach Deciphering clues to prehistoric climate changes locked in cave deposits
Released May 22, 2015
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sedimentary deposits near Cerdas Taking the pulse of mountain formation in the Andes
Released April 21, 2014
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flow test of the IDDP-1 well at Krafla World's first magma-enhanced geothermal system created in Iceland
Released January 23, 2014
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Meghan Miller at the southernmost seismic station Atlas Mountains in Morocco are buoyed up by superhot rock, study finds
Released January 2, 2014
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Jane Willenbring Penn Study Shows Mountains Are Only Minor Contributors to Erosion and Climate Regulation
Released January 7, 2013
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sheets of molten rock rise through earth's crust Volcanic Plumbing Provides Clues on Eruptions and Earthquakes
Released April 12, 2012
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the eastern Himalaya Mountains When Continents Collide: A New Twist to a 50 Million-year-old Tale
Released February 29, 2012
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image of variedspecies and smaller species Massive Volcanoes, Meteorite Impacts Delivered One-two Death Punch to Dinosaurs
Released November 17, 2011
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earth and environment graphic Scientists Find Possible Trigger for Volcanic 'Super-eruptions'
Released October 12, 2011
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the Nanpanjiang Basin in south China Algae, Bacteria Hogged Oxygen After Ancient Mass Extinction, Slowed Marine Life Recovery
Released March 24, 2011
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geothermal field at Krafla Magma Power for Geothermal Energy?
Released February 17, 2011
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photo of incandescent lava flowing Geologists Get Unique and Unexpected Opportunity to Study Magma
Released February 16, 2011
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Ray Weldon Lake-effect Theory Sinks, but Quake Timing Questions Go On
Released February 10, 2011
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Yellowstone hotspot Yellowstone's Plumbing Exposed
Released December 14, 2009
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Mt. Everest First Complete Image Created of Himalayan Fault, Subduction Zone
Released September 11, 2009
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Photo of a partially submerged tree surrounded by boys who are fishing. West African Droughts are the Norm, not an Anomaly
Released April 16, 2009
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