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Though mid-century plutonium has emerged as the frontrunner for the new epoch's golden spike, a tidal wave of other signals are also coupled with its rise. Some of these signals in the rock, like plutonium, sulfur, and DDT have been largely curbed

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Geologists would argue that the discovery is not surprising because of southern China's karst topography, Veni, who works for a sister agency of the organization that explored the Chinese sinkhole, told Live Science's Stephanie Pappas. Karst is a

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Charlotte Pearson, an associate professor in the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, is lead author of a new paper in PNAS Nexus that combines a mosaic of techniques to confirm the source of a volcanic eruption in 1628 B.C. While the eruption was previ

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Now, in a new study in the journal Earth-Science Reviews, an international team of paleontologists from France, the United States and Turkey describe the discovery and history of a continent they've dubbed "Balkanatolia" that connected Asia, Afri

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By CHRIS MATTHEWS and JACK WRIGHT and CHRIS JEWERS

'Once in a THOUSAND years explosion': Death toll is unknown on ash-choked Tonga after underwater volcano sparked deadly tsunami wiping out internet on island paradise - two die in Peru as waves smash Latin America and US West coast

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Researchers including The University of Texas at Austin have published a study in Nature that says subducting tectonic plates become segmented like a slinky snake, in a process similar to geologic boudinage (pictured) but on a much larger scale [Cred

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