EARTH Magazine: September 27, 2017
A review of the weekly radio show "Big Picture Science". The show lives up to its name, covering new scientific research and emerging technologies, all with a side of humor.
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EARTH Magazine: September 18, 2017
Scientists studying Ethiopian ash deposits from the last 40,000 years are showing that dangerous, explosive eruptions present an ongoing hazard, striking the region every 1,000 years on average.
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Eos: March 16, 2017
Shoreline environments show more promise than other marine ecosystems for mitigating climate change, the analysis shows.
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Eos: February 20, 2017
A new approach to the popular "Did you feel it?" website may fine-tune estimates of the range of shaking from earthquakes and help define areas of potential damage.
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Eos: January 30, 2017
Clues in seafloor sediments reveal relatively warm water beneath ice shelves in Antarctica fueled Holocene melting.
Image credit: Wojciech Majewski