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Rise of atmospheric oxygen more complicated than previously thought

12/1/2011

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The appearance of oxygen in the Earth's atmosphere probably did not occur as a single event, but as a long series of starts and stops, according to an international team of... read more

Engelder named one of top 100 global thinkers

11/29/2011

University Park, Pa. -- Terry Engelder, professor of geosciences at Penn State, has been named one of Foreign Policy Magazine's "Top 100 Global Thinkers" for 2011. Engelder, along with Gary Lash,... read more

Otherworldly

10/26/2011

In underground caves and equally extreme environments, Jenn Macalady finds analogs for life on other Earths. —David Pacchioli The first time she entered Italy’s Frasassi Caves, Jenn Macalady gave... read more

Marcellus Shale Research Network to track shale region's water quality

10/12/2011

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Development of a database that will be able to track potential impacts of Marcellus Shale activity on water quality is the focus of a new $750,000 research collaboration led... read more

Leader in Polar Ice Studies Receives Prestigious Heinz Award

9/13/2011

Penn State University Professor, Dr. Richard Alley, Discovered Massive Climate Shifts Can Happen Abruptly   PITTSBURGH, September 13, 2011 − Teresa Heinz and the Heinz Family Foundation today... read more

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