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The new library features a drill core viewing area.

News
New rock drill core library opens

A newly constructed, state of the art facility will soon provide access to more than 100 years of geological information. Read more »
Researchers compared 50 samples from the Baia underwater city against eight white marble varieties sourced from the best Mediterranean marble quarries of the Roman era. Image courtesy: Michela Ricca et al.

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Researchers uncover source of ancient marble

The cultural significance of an ancient Roman city has been highlighted by new research that identifies the source of its buildings’ marble. Read more »
In a boarding house of four or more tenants, the landlady would require the help of family members or paid employees.

Geology
Barre’s unheralded boarding house keepers

While Barre, Vermont owes much of its current prosperity to the contribution of its granite and stone cutting industries, Bill Langer says there was another group of citizens whose role in maintaining the well being of those workers has largely gone unacknowledged ... Read more »
Blasted rock at Boral Deer Park Quarry. Note finer material in worked face on left compared with coarser “crust” on right.

Crushing
Fragmentation analysis opens way for new plant design

A quarry plant replacement project in Melbourne’s western suburbs has cleared its first hurdle thanks to a proprietary fragmentation analysis software program developed by a blasting specialist. Graham Gordon reports. Read more »


 


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