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Possible chemical leftovers from early Earth sit near the core

Let's take a journey into the depths of the Earth, down through the crust and mantle nearly to the core. We'll use seismic waves to show the way, since they echo through the planet following an earthquake and reveal its internal ...

Earthquake depth impacts potential tsunami threat

Earthquakes of similar magnitude can cause tsunamis of greatly varying sizes. This commonly observed, but not well-understood phenomenon has hindered reliable warnings of local tsunamis.

Stalagmites as key witnesses of the monsoon

The ice sheets of Greenland are melting at an alarming rate. This causes large amounts of freshwater to flow into the North Atlantic, thereby slowing the Gulf Stream. Researchers fear that this will have noticeable effects ...

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