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Geologists call for global archive of rock samples

Geologists around the world are pushing for a standardised approach towards sample archiving to improve knowledge about our planet’s ancient past.
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Geoscientist jobs remain resilient despite COVID-19 hit

  Although recent unemployment rates for geoscientists have not been encouraging, the industry is being urged to retain them because …
Environmental News, Geology, Geology Talk, News

Core samples confirm Murray River was once a giant lake

Three researchers from the University of Sydney and the University of Newcastle have concluded Australia’s Murray-Darling river was a lake more than 5000 years ago.
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World first geologic map of the moon released

The United States Geology Survey has provided a comprehensive and uniformly classified geologic map of the lunar surface for the first time. 
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World four times dustier than previously thought

  Researchers from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have discovered the Earth has four times as much coarse …
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Research suggests Earth’s core may be leaking iron

Iron isotopes from the Earth’s core may be leaking into the Earth’s mantle — changing the way we understand our planet.
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Seismologists discover Earth vibrates less as more people stay at home

The sounds of countless cars, trucks, aeroplanes and heavy machinery that make vibrations through the Earth’s crust have diminished as more people are forced to stay inside during the coronavirus pandemic.  
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Prehistoric continent found under Canadian island during diamond exploration

Remnants of an ancient continent that stretched across Europe and broke apart 150 million years ago have been unearthed under Canada’s Baffin Island. 
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Tours conducted of Federal Parliament’s oldest ‘member’

Rather than living under one, the national parliament has been living on top of a 430 million-year-old rock for decades.
Geology Talk

Made to order screens

Locker Group’s extensive range of screen media, which is renowned for its efficiency and extended wear life, can now be customised to quarrying producers’ expectations.
Geology Talk

Hey! Have you got rocks in your head?

Continuing his exploration of the periodic table, <strong>Bill Langer</strong> this month examines the mineral elements on which the brain relies for sustenance and growth …

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