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Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest peak, is part of the Eastern Highlands. Image courtesy: <a href="www.flagstaffotos.com.au" target="_blank">Fir0002/Flagstaffotos</a>

Geology
Mystery of highest Aussie mountain range solved

New research has identified the two geological events that formed Australia’s highest mountain range. Read more »
An example of a loess deposit exposed in a bluff in Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA.

Geology
Children of the Loess

In his musings about the world’s geological icons, Bill Langer this month explores two phenomena: one that’s common on bluffs and road cuts, another that’s rare after deep rainfall or snow ... Read more »
Micrometeorites are formed when two asteroids collide in space.

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Ancient rocks unlock secrets of the atmosphere

Research into micrometeorites found in Western Australia have shed new light on the make-up of the ancient Earth’s atmosphere. Read more »
Since Bill first visited the Mendenhall Glacier in 1974 the ice front has retreated at a rate of about 0.3km per year – or 1.2km in 42 years.

Geology
The Mendenhall Glacier: in the blink of an eye

In his ongoing series about the world’s geological icons, Bill Langer takes us this month to the glacial landscape of Alaska… Read more »


 


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