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IODP technicians prepare to cut a core sample Scientists confirm existence of largest single volcano on Earth
Released September 5, 2013
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Jennifer Biddle Life Underground
Released June 12, 2013
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earth and environment graphic Rising CO2 Levels at End of Ice Age Not Tied to Pacific Ocean
Released October 3, 2011
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a record-breaking sediment core Bering Sea Was Ice-free and Full of Life During Last Warm Period, Study Finds
Released December 13, 2010
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Graham Kent University of Nevada, Reno Tests Cutting-edge Technology for Underwater Mapping at Tahoe Basin
Released July 29, 2010
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fish swimming around a tropical reef Carbon Dioxide is the Missing Link to Past Global Climate Changes
Released June 17, 2010
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boundary of sedimentary rock Scientists Obtain Rocks Moving Into Seismogenic Zone
Released October 9, 2009
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