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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION: DEEP-TIME DATA ASSIMILATION

9/21/2016

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION: DEEP-TIME DATA ASSIMILATION The Department of Geosciences at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Deep-Time Data Assimilation... read more

Congratulations Prof. Sue Bratley

9/19/2016

Congratulations to Prof. Susan Brantley she has been awarded the 2017 Geochemistry Division Medal by the American Chemical Society. This is the highest award given to a geochemist by the ACS. Prof.... read more

Taking the pulse of slow earthquakes

9/6/2016

 Japan’s Nankai Trough is home to some of the world’s biggest earthquakes, but researchers are now seeing another type of earthquake in the trough that is not well understood: slow earthquakes. Only... read more

Students share science knowledge with K–12 teachers through podcasts

8/30/2016

    If you’re a science teacher, you never stop asking questions. With a constant stream of new discoveries and research to keep up with, along with older topics that might need refreshing... read more

St. Paul Island mammoths most accurately dated 'prehistoric' extinction ever

8/2/2016

While the Minoan culture on Crete was just beginning, woolly mammoths were disappearing from St. Paul Island, Alaska, according to an international team of scientists who have dated this extinction... read more

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