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  • Earth from space: Giant iceberg enters Nares Strait
    on Sep 30, 2010 in greenland icebergs
    ESA's Envisat satellite has been tracking the progression of the giant iceberg that calved from Greenland's Petermann glacier on 4 August 2010. This animation shows that the iceberg, the largest in the northern hemisphere, is now entering Nares Strai...
  • A tectonic zip
    on Sep 25, 2010 in earthquake
    The complex fracture pattern created by the earthquake in ConcepciĆ³n (Chile) on 27 February 2010 was to a certain extent predictable. GPS observations from the years before the earthquake showed the pattern of stresses that had accumulated through t...
  • Glaciers help high-latitude mountains grow taller
    on Sep 21, 2010
    Glaciers can help actively growing mountains become higher by protecting them from erosion, according to a University of Arizona-led research team.The finding is contrary to the conventional view of glaciers as powerful agents of erosion that carve d...
  • A Grain of Sand Picture Gallery
    on Jul 8, 2010 in rock
    The tip of a spiral shell has broken off and become a grain of sand. It is opalescent from the repeated tumbling action of the surf. Surrounding the shell fragment are five other sand grains, from top middle clockwise, (1) a pink shell fragment, (2)...
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  • Six Things to Know About the Earth's Mantle
    on Jun 28, 2010 in earth mantle
    The rocks and continents of the world belong to the Earth's crust. Beneath that crust is the Earth's mantle.The mantle is the thick layer of hot, solid rock between the crust and the molten iron core. The mantle makes up the bulk of the Earth, accoun...
  • The Earth Core
    on Jun 15, 2010 in earth core geophysics
    A century ago, science barely knew that the Earth even has a core. Today we are tantalized by the core and its connections with the rest of the planet. Indeed, we're at the start of a golden age of core studies.The Core's Gross ShapeWe knew by the 18...
  • The Pacific Ocean Tsunami Threat is Higher Than Expected
    on May 17, 2010 in tsunami
    Potential of Future TsunamisThe potential for a huge Pacific Ocean tsunami on the West Coast of North America may be greater than previously thought.The new study of geological evidence along the Gulf of Alaska coast suggests that future tsunamis cou...
  • Mega Tsunamis
    on May 14, 2010 in tsunami
    How Mega Tsunamis Are Formed?An "Ultrasound" of the Nankai TroughResearch by a team of United States and Japanese geoscientists may help explain why part of the seafloor near the southwest coast of Japan is particularly good at generating devastating...
  • The causes of tsunami
    on May 5, 2010 in what causes a tsunami articles
    What causes a tsunami?... A tsunami is a large ocean wave that is caused by sudden motion on the ocean floor. This sudden motion could be an earthquake, a powerful volcanic eruption, or an underwater landslide. The impact of a large meteorite could a...
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