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A 25 million-year-old termite nest with the remains of a June 22, 2016
Researchers discover oldest evidence of 'farming' -- by insects
Press Release
a 25 million-year-old termite nest June 22, 2016
The world's oldest farmers
News From the Field
example of PIHM simulation June 20, 2016
Research aims to make water-cycle modeling data more accessible
News From the Field
aerial view of San Andreas Fault June 20, 2016
New analysis reveals large-scale motion around San Andreas Fault System
News From the Field
Ichthyosaurs and other marine reptiles June 13, 2016
Marine life quickly recovered after global mass extinction
News From the Field
natural_quasicrystal_l.jpg June 13, 2016
Natural quasicrystals may be the result of collisions between objects in the asteroid belt
News From the Field
Russia's Lena Delta June 7, 2016
World Oceans Day: Deltas critical to food production, fisheries health, storm protection
Discovery
CANR's Angelia Seyfferth June 6, 2016
An eco-friendly approach to reducing toxic arsenic in rice
News From the Field
researchers make observations on Lankin Dome June 2, 2016
Scientists gain supervolcano insights from Wyoming granite
News From the Field
Lankin Dome, one of the research sites, from the south along the Sweetwater River in Wyoming. June 2, 2016
Supervolcanoes like Yellowstone may have been more active in the past
Discovery
Elizabeth Thomas holds half of a sediment core May 23, 2016
A history of snowfall in Greenland, hidden in ancient leaf waxes
News From the Field
Kashmir Himalaya region May 17, 2016
New study finds major earthquake threat from the Riasi fault in the Himalayas
News From the Field
a drilling rig in Carroll County, Ohio May 16, 2016
UC geologists identify sources of methane, greenhouse gas, in Ohio, Colorado and Texas
News From the Field
Mike Garcia studying Kilauea volcano May 16, 2016
Kilauea: Up close and personal with red hot science!
Science Nation
illustration of Cynarctus May 11, 2016
Fossil dog represents a new species, Penn paleontology grad student finds
News From the Field
spill site from oil and gas wastewater in WV May 10, 2016
Radioactive isotopes reveal age of oil and gas wastewater spills
News From the Field
a photo of the edge of the Greenland ice sheet May 6, 2016
Scientists track Greenland's ice melt with seismic waves
News From the Field
the Mameyes River at flood state May 5, 2016
Extreme rainfall doesn't always mean extreme erosion, Penn study finds
News From the Field
fish and coral May 3, 2016
ASU scientists discover how one microorganism erodes coral reefs
News From the Field
earth and environment graphic May 3, 2016
UNC-Chapel Hill scientists find likely cause for recent Southeast US earthquakes
News From the Field
a stream contaminated by an accidental spill April 27, 2016
Contamination in North Dakota linked to fracking spills
News From the Field
A baby Rapetosaurus stands alongside a dog, elephant, rhino and hippo April 21, 2016
Newly discovered baby Titanosaur sheds light on dinosaurs' early lives
Press Release
Volcano Licancabur April 21, 2016
Volcanoes tied to shifts in Earth's climate over millions of years
News From the Field
upper molar of 21 million-year-old Panamacebus April 21, 2016
Paleontologists find North America's oldest monkey fossil along Panama Canal
News From the Field
fossil tooth April 20, 2016
First-ever fossil monkey found in North America
Press Release
a capuchin monkey in a tree April 20, 2016
First North American monkey fossils are found in Panama Canal excavation
News From the Field
Europa's surprising surface April 14, 2016
Europa's heaving ice might make more heat than scientists thought
News From the Field
a view of the headwaters of Waianaia Gulch April 14, 2016
Chemical weathering controls erosion rates in rivers
News From the Field
Emily Burchfield and John Nay April 13, 2016
Measuring drought impact in more than dollars and cents
News From the Field
a trap-jaw spider April 7, 2016
Smithsonian and collaborators find that trap-jaw spiders strike prey with lightning speed
News From the Field
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