The lunar space environment is much more active than previously assumed. The solar wind is reflected from the surface and crustal magnetic fields of the moon which has effects on for instance lunar water levels. This according ...
The Andes have been a mountain chain for much longer than previously thought, new research from the University of Bristol, UK suggests.
Researchers have discovered how tectonic plates first collided in one of the world's largest deep sea trenches.
The island Isla Santa María in the south of central Chile is the document of a complete seismic cycle.
An international research team, led by a Virginia Tech geoscientist, has revealed information about how continents were generated on Earth more than 2.5 billion years ago—and how those processes have continued within the ...
University of Oregon geologists have tapped water in surface rocks to show how magma forms deep underground and produces explosive volcanoes in the Cascade Range.
New research has found that the earth's crust in Western Australia may provide a model for understanding how crusts are formed elsewhere in the world.