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August 2000
Grand Canyon quandary
8-2000
Mars may hide shades of blue
8-2000
Briny beginning
8-2000
Evasive nuclear testing a misstated threat
8-2000
Loophole in the carbon cycle
8-2000
Animal Engineering
8-2000
More tsunamis?
8-2000
Yellowstone hotspot
8-2000
Diversity mandate
8-2000

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September 2000
Assessing climate change: fair warning or scare tactic?
9-2000
Mission to Mercury
9-2000
Cave confidentiality
9-2000
Sold!
9-2000
Birds vs. bones
9-2000
New suspect for Late Devonian die-off
9-2000
Mission to Mars: 2003
9-2000
Calamitous greenhouse gas discovered
9-2000
Tallying exoplanets
9-2000
Plants vs. petroleum
9-2000

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October 2000
Geothermal power in the West
10-2000
Geoscience in the presidential campaign
10-2000
Ancient clouds trapped in stone
10-2000
Creeping by the bay
10-2000
Teaming up to dig down
10-2000
Subsidence threatens Venice
10-2000
Flowing freely
10-2000

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November 2000
Raising hot spots
11-2000
Olympic ozone loss
11-2000
Who needs a star?
11-2000
Undersea earthquake a blessing in disguise
11-2000
Looking good at GSA
11-2000
Lingering lead
11-2000
Peeking into planetary past
11-2000
Noah's Village
11-2000
Shaking Alaska
11-2000

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December 2000
Sharing water in the West Bank
12-2000
Pyro babies
12-2000
More like Earth than ever before
12-2000
Developing the South Pole
12-2000
Oldest bacterium?
12-2000
Mysteries in the Bay of Aboukir
12-2000
The future of Mars missions
12-2000
Haggling at the Hague
12-2000
One quake deserves another
12-2000
A leap in time
12-2000

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January 2001
Scientific e-Journals
1-2001
Connecting with the Integrated Earth
1-2001
A Virtual Tour?
1-2001
Laughing gas throws a hard punch
1-2001
Wicked winds
1-2001
Cracking ancient quarry codes
1-2001
Redefining the Core-Mantle boundary
1-2001
Racing for the surface
1-2001
Is talc bad for baby?
1-2001
Hitchin' a ride to Mars
1-2001
Sedimentary, my dear Mars
1-2001
The good, the bad and the dammed
1-2001
Mighty Mississippi meets New Madrid
1-2001
After the Quake, Into the Mantle
1-2001

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February 2001
Off the Beaten Path
2-2001
Jobs in the Core Fields
2-2001
Mayan days wet but not rainy
2-2001
Sinking the Kursk
2-2001
Rethinking early Earth
2-2001
Russia to store nuclear waste
2-2001
Lost City' vents found
2-2001
Model mood-swings
2-2001
Nowhere to hide for the Man on the Moon
2-2001
Perfecting Pangaea
2-2001
Adventures on the high seas
2-2001
Earthquake in El Salvador
2-2001
Mexico's last millennium blast
2-2001
Floods, fires batter Australia
2-2001
California still smoking
2-2001
Earthquake shakes Japan
2-2001
Floods in Mozambique
2-2001
Killer freeze hits Asia
2-2001

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March 2001
It's Time to Know the Planet's Mineral Resources
3-2001
The Vredefort Saga
3-2001
Carbon's other warming role
3-2001
Sun cycle spotty in climate talks
3-2001
Chevron pipes ups
3-2001
Arguing Australia's oldest man
3-2001
Conflicted stones
3-2001
Mexico's crystal cave
3-2001
Seismic study reveals California's 'hot spots'
3-2001
Plasma enveloped
3-2001
Landslides: Risky Business
3-2001
USGS National Mitigation Strategy to Reduce Losses from Landslide Hazards
3-2001

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April 2001
Geology in the National Park Service
4-2001
Returning the Favor
4-2001
Investments for the Future: NSF and USGS
4-2001
P/T extinction explained
4-2001
Evolution trial remembered
4-2001
Water in the West
4-2001
Adios, La Niña
4-2001
Vent relationships
4-2001
End of NEAR
4-2001
East Antarctica played opossum
4-2001
Volcanoes in 3-D
4-2001
Whiteout
4-2001
Oyama still smoking
4-2001
Flooding in central Europe
4-2001
Pacific Northwest shakes
4-2001
Flooding and disease in southern Africa
4-2001
Pricing disasters
4-2001
Second strike
4-2001
Cleveland vents
4-2001

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May 2001
Dress Rehearsal for the 'Big One'
5-2001
Karst: The Stealthy Hazard
5-2001
ANWR in black and white
5-2001
Giant ice sheet covered the Arctic
5-2001
From tree to tumbleweed
5-2001
Water woes for farmers
5-2001
Tsunamis carry volcanic clues
5-2001
Ridges on Mars
5-2001
Budget cuts for geoscience programs
5-2001
Feeding the future
5-2001
Earthquake Devastates Vulnerable India
5-2001

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June 2001
Research: Energy Policy for the Future
6-2001
Geology Roadtrips
6-2001
Munching Earth
6-2001
Silent earthquakes
6-2001
Energy minds meet
6-2001
Supporting ‘Out of Africa’
6-2001
Signals from space
6-2001
Forming Gondwana
6-2001
Losing Landsat 4
6-2001
Mudslide in Ecuador
6-2001
Listening to undersea quakes
6-2001
Mississippi flooding
6-2001
Asian dust travels half way around the world
6-2001
Liquefaction seen after earthquake
6-2001

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July 2001
Annual Highlights Issue: A review of the year 2000 research in earth science
7-2001
Aussie extinctions
7-2001
Sinking of a titanic city
7-2001
The Moon's last gasps
7-2001
A quarantine conundrum
7-2001
The oldest ophiolite
7-2001
Smithsonian museum director resigns
7-2001
Earthquake hits Peru
7-2001
Fires in Florida
7-2001
Three Sisters uplift in Oregon
7-2001
Cooler days on the farm
7-2001
Warplanes attack ice
7-2001

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August 2001
ODP: International Earth Science
8-2001
Going Global
8-2001
Panel to discuss Smithsonian's future
8-2001
Norwegian CO2
8-2001
Magnetic anamoly map of the Antarctic
8-2001
Dirty meddies
8-2001
Buoyant slabs
8-2001
Choosing sides
8-2001
Satellite precision farming
8-2001
Hunting Mount Rainier's danger zones
8-2001

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September 2001
Earth Science for Native Americans
9-2001
Teaching a New Lesson
9-2001
A Blueprint for Earth Science Education
9-2001
Evolution debated in Hawaii
9-2001
UT receives $25 million gift
9-2001
A tale of two cities
9-2001
A first step
9-2001
Jurassic monsoons
9-2001
Mammal invasion
9-2001
The rostral nostril
9-2001
Moving the Ehime Maru
9-2001
Fires dot Russia's Yakutsk region
9-2001
Etna's activity
9-2001
Aftermath of Allison
9-2001
Earthquake bulletin
9-2001

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October 2001
Earth Science Week Evolves
10-2001
A Geologic Detective Story in Kansas
10-2001
Rumbling into scientific history
10-2001
Contaminated currents
10-2001
Sahran dust reddens Florida's waters
10-2001
Lichens in the Precambrian
10-2001
Fossil in hiding
10-2001
Moon formed from older Earth?
10-2001
Fossils on the fairway
10-2001
Watching a sloshing Earth
10-2001
Finding disease-carrying mosquitos from space
10-2001

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November 2001
Medical Geology
11-2001
Earth Materials and Public Health
11-2001
African Dust in America
11-2001
Mapping Arsenic in Groundwater
11-2001
Reflections on the Tagish Lake meteorite
11-2001
Boning up on whale evolution
11-2001
Unraveling Earth's inner core
11-2001
Mantle in motion
11-2001
Applying geology at the World Trade Center
11-2001
More evidence for end-Permian impact
11-2001
Commissioning the oceans
11-2001
Draining Mount Pinatubo
11-2001
Corals on High
11-2001
Typhoons in Taiwan
11-2001

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December 2001
Global Climate Change: A glance in the rearview mirror
12-2001
Lake Titicaca: An archive of South American Paleoclimate
12-2001
Sea level today and tomorrow
12-2001
Storing coal slurry
12-2001
Shelling out new climate data
12-2001
Stalagmites tell climate story in Southwest
12-2001
Macro-evolution at its finest
12-2001
Fossil Cockroach   
12-2001
Reconstructing Martian geologic history
12-2001
Security Measures on Tap
12-2001

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January 2002
Tracking Farmland Loss
1-2002
Storing Carbon in Soil: Why and How?
1-2002
Tree rings measure radiation
1-2002
The dredging dilemma
1-2002
Oceans beyond Earth
1-2002
New U.S. support for Law of the Sea
1-2002
Seismicity from Sept. 11
1-2002
Peeking below Mount Vesuvius
1-2002
Floods and landslides in Algeria
1-2002
Leonid magic
1-2002
Survey predicts somewhat safer skies
1-2002
Midas touch
1-2002
Sniffing out water contamination
1-2002
Funding hydrologic research
1-2002
Conoco and Phillips pair up
1-2002

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February 2002
Earth Scientists and National Security
2-2002
Military Geology in a Changing World
2-2002
Afghanistan: Geology in a Troubled Land
2-2002
Cracking abrupt climate change
2-2002
A complicated iron core
2-2002
Tracking groundwater in the Everglades
2-2002
A sudden warming in the past
2-2002
Climate Change on Mars
2-2002
The atmosphere alight
2-2002
Picking up the pace to press
2-2002
The year’s first big one a shudder
2-2002
Australian fires contained
2-2002
Moving in on danger
2-2002
Geology adventures in Afghanistan
2-2002

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March 2002
In Search of Water: An Update on Yucca Mountain Studies
3-2002
Nuclear Stewardship: Lessons from a Not-So-Remote Island
3-2002
After the Cleanup: Isolating Waste for the Long-Term
3-2002
Iron from below, not above
3-2002
Fossils clocked at tuna speed
3-2002
Confusion corner: Antarctica
3-2002
Impressions of giant jellyfish
3-2002
Triggering quakes with waste
3-2002
Olympic earthquake watchers
3-2002
Mount Pinatubo: A Natural Climate Experiment
3-2002
Greening oil muds
3-2002
Attractive mining moves abroad
3-2002

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April 2002
EarthScope: Reassembling a Continent in Motion
4-2002
Science on Tribal Lands
4-2002
$150 million for geosciences
4-2002
Life on the rocks
4-2002
East vs. West in the inner core
4-2002
Lake drilling out of Africa
4-2002
Hydrogen on Mars
4-2002
USGS water research threatened
4-2002
Trouble in British Columbia
4-2002
Slip and slide in Kentucky
4-2002
Dry spell in the Eastern U.S.
4-2002
Quake shows Turkey quick and nimble
4-2002
Webextras on recent large quakes
4-2002
3-2-1 Meltdown
4-2002
Geologic Cycles of Gold
4-2002

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May 2002
Florida's Springs in Jeopardy
5-2002
Managing the Water Above and Below
5-2002
Taking it slow in the deep sea
5-2002
Ancients right about Delphi
5-2002
Pursuing the North Magnetic Pole
5-2002
A flood of new statistics
5-2002
Wait and see for El Niño
5-2002
Black water
5-2002
Mount Pelée, Martinique
5-2002
A call for more R&D funding
5-2002
The status of Appalachian coal
5-2002

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June 2002
Resources in Peril
6-2002
Data Preservation: A Global Perspective
6-2002
Access Makes an Old Collection New
6-2002
The Crisis in Geological Collections
6-2002
Feedback on water vapor from Pinatubo
6-2002
Ice Age detectives
6-2002
Warm winds in the Arctic?
6-2002
Sediments show ancient salmon swings
6-2002
First steps on land
6-2002
Superplumes across the mantle
6-2002
New highs for space photography
6-2002
Tornado rips through Maryland
6-2002
Au Sable Forks earthquake rattles Northeast
6-2002
Undergrads map natural hazards
6-2002
Caribou study charges energy debate
6-2002

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July 2002
Highlights: Discoveries in the Earth Science
7-2002
Dispute over first rocks fit for life
7-2002
Surprising ozone loss
7-2002
Mini-Vostok
7-2002
Revisiting the first hydrothermal vents
7-2002
Big oil numbers for Alaska
7-2002
Mapping water on Mars
7-2002
Narrowing the radio spectrum for geoscience
7-2002
Earthquake Stresses
7-2002
High water in Venice
7-2002
Lake Creates Natural Air Conditioner
7-2002
People, not tankers, polluting the seas
7-2002
Bush agrees to buy back Florida oil leases
7-2002

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August 2002
Geoscience Funding Texas-Style
8-2002
Pipeline Survey finds a Relic of History
8-2002
Iran quake wreaks fear and ruin
8-2002
Seismic testimony in pipeline explosion
8-2002
Guatemala's Olmec jade
8-2002
Suspect killer: volcanism
8-2002
Grounding Antarctic melting
8-2002
Song of the low tide blues
8-2002
Forecasting aftershocks
8-2002
Dry Spell
8-2002
A clean-up to prevent dirty bombs
8-2002

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September 2002
A Victory for Earth Science
9-2002
Why We Need a Corps of Earth Science Educators
9-2002
Earth Science in Texas: A Progress Report
9-2002
Moon rocks for sale!
9-2002
Fossil finds reveal evolutionary montage
9-2002
Old El Niños in colder climates
9-2002
A heads up for pterosaur research
9-2002
Some sighs of relief for GPR
9-2002
A new chance for Parkfield
9-2002
Soggy soil sours Egyptian sandstone
9-2002
Southern Africa drought
9-2002
Coal vs. natural gas
9-2002

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October 2002
When Cities Face Geologic Forces
10-2002
The Urban Evolution of U.S. Earthquake Monitoring
10-2002
North Sea petroleum search uncovers unique crater
10-2002
Evidence for early impacts
10-2002
Slim chance of volcanic disaster equals notable risk
10-2002
Voyager spacecrafts stretch to the edge
10-2002
Monitoring the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
10-2002
World summit over, energy issues linger
10-2002
Coal Fires: A Burning Global Recipe for Catastrophe
10-2002
Large oil find in Illinois
10-2002

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November 2002
Digging up Boston
11-2002
Global Petroleum Resources: A View to the Future
11-2002
Domestic Natural Gas: The Coming Methane Economy
11-2002
Rivers of gold
11-2002
Evolution opponents score in Georgia
11-2002
Pipeline proposal promises new life for the Dead Sea
11-2002
Dinosaurs' world up in flames
11-2002
Inorganic oil: Much ado about nothing?
11-2002
Many quakes, one theory
11-2002
Glacial valley avalanche in Russia
11-2002
China's air needs a chimney sweep
11-2002
Coalbed Methane: The Future of U.S. Natural Gas
11-2002

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December 2002
B.C. methane hydrates
12-2002
The tricky business of reserve estimation
12-2002
Mapping West Nile virus
12-2002
A dinosaur’s wasted legacy
12-2002
Fast and slow plates
12-2002
Choked into extinction
12-2002
Mount Etna roars
12-2002
Alaska rumbles
12-2002
Soot darkens diesel benefits
12-2002
Rock core OK
12-2002
Lighting the Mysteries of the Abyss
12-2002

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January 2003
Paleontology in the Parks
1-2003
Biotechnology peers into fossils' past
1-2003
Whales beach seismic research
1-2003
El Niño gives Earth new spin
1-2003
Tales from a warming Arctic
1-2003
A Geophenomena special exhibit
1-2003
Research in the Coldest Desert
1-2003
Investigating the Paleoclimate of an Arctic Gateway
1-2003
From Magnetism to Meteorites: Research at the Poles
1-2003

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February 2003
Cores show fault in New Madrid seismic zone
2-2003
Early water on Earth
2-2003
Hydrates under a magnifying glass
2-2003
Scientific travels after 9/11
2-2003
A future for Iraq's oil
2-2003
Physics and Earth Science go Underground
2-2003
Building the World's Largest Rail Tunnel
2-2003
Stories from the Underground
2-2003
An Eye on Weather at its Worst
2-2003
Renewable energy's Achilles' heel
2-2003
Creeping toward quake early warning
2-2003

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March 2003
No lockup on gas in the West
3-2003
New stature for Canadian oil sands
3-2003
Io's salty atmosphere
3-2003
Terrorism puts foreign students in spotlight
3-2003
Trading water pollution
3-2003
Stone patterns
3-2003
Storing Carbon in Earth
3-2003
Demonstrating Carbon Sequestration
3-2003
Conversations between volcanoes
3-2003
Bending thoughts about Hawaiian chain
3-2003
Naturally Occurring Asbestos: An Introduction
3-2003

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April 2003
El Niño’s future
4-2003
The mighty, tiny larvae
4-2003
Mapping secure boundaries for data
4-2003
Devonian dentistry
4-2003
Seeing Chicxulub
4-2003
Majors return to Russian oil fields
4-2003
Black tide
4-2003
Life Along the Fault: Reducing Risk in Utah
4-2003
A Circuitous Path: Protecting Groundwater in Wisconsin
4-2003

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May 2003
The drilling footprint on the North Slope
5-2003
A new trigger for Ice Age retreat
5-2003
Molten martian core
5-2003
Mayan drought
5-2003
Managing freshwater around the world
5-2003
Landing the Mars Exploration Rovers
5-2003
Martian Field Trips on Earth
5-2003
Robotic Field Geologists Take to Mars
5-2003
Burning assets: Oil fires in Iraq
5-2003
Navigating dust: 21st-century warfare and the sandstorms of Iraq
5-2003

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June 2003
Legal victory for mining
6-2003
A new fire in tiger's eye
6-2003
Amazon's ancient rain forest
6-2003
Raining hydrocarbons in the Gulf
6-2003
Cannibal dinosaurs
6-2003
Debating the fastest evolution on record
6-2003
Evidence for Dust Bowl dust in Greenland
6-2003
New sinking rates for Louisiana
6-2003
The British Framework for Geoconservation
6-2003
Geology for the Record
6-2003
European Geoconservation
6-2003
A second look at geothermal energy
6-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Germanium
6-2003

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July 2003
Highlights: Discoveries in the Earth Sciences
7-2003
Challenging core ideas
7-2003
Jumbled Missouri geology linked to impact
7-2003
Quake protection in the heartland
7-2003
Watching the planet green
7-2003
University of Texas mourns loss
7-2003
La Niña predicted to boost hurricane season
7-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Sulfur
7-2003

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August 2003
Greenspan calls for gas imports
8-2003
In Search of the Mercury Solution
8-2003
Hubbard Brook: Making Watershed Links
8-2003
Education & Outreach: Using Real-time Data for Public Outreach and Safety
8-2003
Homestake washout
8-2003
Open house informs public, cheers scientists
8-2003
Mars Express for geologists
8-2003
Tertiary acid rain survivors
8-2003
China fills Three Gorges Dam
8-2003
Making mountains from a molehill
8-2003
An ozone-depleting volcano
8-2003
Robot maps coal mine in 3-D
8-2003
Mineral Resources of Peru’s Ancient Societies
8-2003

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September 2003
Connecting with the River
9-2003
Reaching Out to Communities and Kids with Science
9-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Platinum-group metals
9-2003
A Unified Approach to Diversifying the Earth Sciences
9-2003
A muddy picture for the Great Lakes
9-2003
Zircons reveal early mantle evolution
9-2003
Weathering climate change
9-2003
Climate debate in the journals, on the Hill
9-2003
Dinosaur skeletons in the closet
9-2003
Textbook battle over evolution
9-2003
Cooling Mali’s volcanism
9-2003
Lightning links to ozone over Africa
9-2003

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October 2003
Assessing Iraq's Oil Potential
10-2003
Water, Agriculture and Land Cover: Lessons for the Postwar Era
10-2003
Iraq’s Marshes Renewed
10-2003
Mine reclamation threatens tracksite
10-2003
Fracas over Kansas pancake flap
10-2003
New model for glacial erosion
10-2003
Ancient glaciers near L.A.
10-2003
Observing Earth
10-2003
Water clues from martian carbonates
10-2003
New addition to the Aleutian family
10-2003
Yellowstone geysers heat up
10-2003
First dead zone forecast
10-2003
Earthquake warning tools
10-2003
Conflict over Peru’s pipeline
10-2003
Oil found on British farm
10-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Perlite
10-2003

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November 2003
SAR: A Versatile New Tool for Earth Science
11-2003
Snapshots from Space of the World’s Continents
11-2003
LIDAR: Mapping a Shoreline by Laser Light
11-2003
Precision Agriculture: Changing the Face of Farming
11-2003
Tracing the Navajo sandstone
11-2003
Tertiary is toast
11-2003
Government peer review
11-2003
Stuck between a rock and a cold place
11-2003
Biosphere 2 bubble burst
11-2003
Biblical tunnel timing
11-2003
Turkish tectonics
11-2003
New pursuit of near-Earth asteroids
11-2003
Finding faults in Washington
11-2003
Alaska’s latest development stir
11-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Silicon
11-2003

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December 2003
Sustainable Development and the Use of Nonrenewable Resources
12-2003
Bringing Sustainability to the People of Nunavut
12-2003
South Africa’s Geological Gifts
12-2003
Probing an Underground Acid-Mine Drainage Ecosystem
12-2003
Glacial earthquakes
12-2003
Super-hard graphite
12-2003
Skiing and mining intersect in Colorado
12-2003
Vertebrates and tectonics
12-2003
La Niña controls Amazon floodplain
12-2003
Cool Cambrian triggers life
12-2003
Unknown Future for Coral Reefs
12-2003
Mineral Resource of the Month: Fluorspar
12-2003
Fingerprinting a diamond’s source
12-2003

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January 2004
Unraveling the Chicxulub Case
1-2004
Coring the Chesapeake Bay Impact Crater
1-2004
The Many Faces of the Alamo Impact Breccia
1-2004
Impacts in Space and on Earth:
1-2004
Rocky boulders in Washington
1-2004
Longer polar ice record
1-2004
Cooked minerals resemble life
1-2004
Green minerals on the Red Planet
1-2004
Climate aids mountain building
1-2004
Research out of the ashes
1-2004
Seafloor steam carries lava flows
1-2004
Controversial mineral deposit sold
1-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Lead
1-2004

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February 2004
The Ice-Free Corridor Revisited
2-2004
Quest for the Lost Land
2-2004
Geoarchaeology: The Past Comes to Light
2-2004
Pursuing plumes
2-2004
Volcanic forcing of El Niños
2-2004
Mars geologist in action
2-2004
An African puzzle piece
2-2004
Microplates under the Aegean
2-2004
Fire cooks rock clocks
2-2004
Mesopotamian climate change
2-2004
Triggering Tsunamis
2-2004
Coal and Cremation in Ancient Peru
2-2004

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March 2004
Looking Into a Volcano: Drilling Unzen
3-2004
A Fresh Angle on Oil Drilling
3-2004
The Global Lakes Drilling Effort
3-2004
A New Era of Ocean Drilling Sets Sail
3-2004
University losses at home and abroad
3-2004
Creationism in a national park
3-2004
Seismic premonitions
3-2004
Wisconsin crater revealed
3-2004
New language for geologic time
3-2004
Boost for women geoscientists
3-2004
Venice upheaval
3-2004
(Re)Classifying oil reserves
3-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Clays
3-2004
Valles Caldera Scientific Drilling
3-2004
Magnifying a Continent
3-2004

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April 2004
In Harm's Way: Population and Volcanic Risk
4-2004
Paths of Destruction: The Hidden Threat at Mount Rainier
4-2004
Geoscientists in the Peace Corps: A Strategic Revisit
4-2004
Russian oil rumbles
4-2004
Tracks in the Colorado sand
4-2004
Minerals on the line
4-2004
NASA says Mars once drenched in water
4-2004
A gem of a model
4-2004
Iron bullets
4-2004
Predicting landslides
4-2004
Hot spring pops up in Paso Robles
4-2004
Dry craters in Bhuj
4-2004
A Climate of Your Own
4-2004
New Collaboration in Minerals Research
4-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Molybdenum
4-2004

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May 2004
Natural Boron Contamination in Mediterranean Groundwater
5-2004
Hijacking the Rio Grande: Aquifer Mining in an Arid River Basin
5-2004
Western Aquifers Under Stress
5-2004
Outsourcing geology
5-2004
Deciphering planetary magnetism
5-2004
Mineral-making microbes
5-2004
Ocean anoxia
5-2004
Geology cut in Missouri
5-2004
Fossilized plague in Egypt
5-2004
Ice in the greenhouse?
5-2004
French science crisis
5-2004
Tracking Contaminants Down the Mississippi
5-2004
At the pump, Part I
5-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Rare Earths
5-2004
More reserves cuts for Shell
5-2004
What Does It Take to Get Tenure?
5-2004

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June 2004
Petra: An Eroding Ancient City
6-2004
Revisiting the Fall of the Old Man of the Mountain
6-2004
Memorials in Stone
6-2004
Reworking the Cambrian explosion
6-2004
Super-size quake
6-2004
Tapping methane hydrates in the Gulf
6-2004
Closing the dating gap
6-2004
Making El Niño predictions
6-2004
Why the wobble?
6-2004
Shifting compass points
6-2004
9/11 clears skies for climate studies
6-2004
Dangerous dust storms on the rise
6-2004
At the pump II
6-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Copper
6-2004
The Infrasound Renaissance
6-2004

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July 2004
Highlights: Discoveries in the Earth Sciences
7-2004
Ocean management 101
7-2004
Possible P/T impact crater
7-2004
Recalculating the warming trend
7-2004
Shedding light on ancient molting
7-2004
Homeland security and geospatial data
7-2004
Volcanic avalanches
7-2004
Under-reef pipelines get green light
7-2004
Core compositions
7-2004
Capitol loss
7-2004
Underwater asphalt living
7-2004
Two suits on land use
7-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Feldspar
7-2004
Next Best Friend: Cultured Diamonds
7-2004

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August 2004
Understanding the Mysteries of the Grape
8-2004
Making Wine in a Changing Climate
8-2004
The Quest for Better Wine Using Geophysics
8-2004
It's in the water
8-2004
What’s in a name?
8-2004
Mineral Resource of the Month: Tantalum
8-2004
New explanations for Western drought
8-2004
Wine insurance in the Northeast
8-2004
Doubling the ice record
8-2004
The missing methane link
8-2004
Soils influenced Hawaiian chiefdoms
8-2004
A loophole threatens Yucca Mountain
8-2004
Fossil fetus of flying reptile unearthed
8-2004
Burrowing K/T survivors
8-2004
Pressure shifts in Yellowstone
8-2004
New water model for Southwest
8-2004
Sliding into Saturn
8-2004
Fossil victory in Alabama
8-2004

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September 2004
Assessing University Research, the British Way
9-2004
Building Geology for the Future: Cui bono?
9-2004
Broadening horizons for student
9-2004
Undergrad Forums: It’s All About the Process
9-2004
Solar storms strip water off Mars
9-2004
A mistaken link in human history
9-2004
Ediacaran fossil up close
9-2004
Warming up to rock falls
9-2004
Measuring sea-level rise
9-2004
Magnetic murals
9-2004
Global science standings
9-2004
Hurricanes’ green thumb
9-2004
Slower cooling in Oregon
9-2004
Illegal uranium mining in the Congo
9-2004
Vostok’s complicating ridge
9-2004
Gauging The Geysers with Quakes
9-2004
Booking and rebooking oil reserves
9-2004
Breaking Down Dams
9-2004

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October 2004
The Geoscience Vote
10-2004
Energy Issues Take Center Stage in Senate Races
10-2004
Afghanistan Redux: Better Late Than Never
10-2004
Fuel economies, Part I
10-2004
Super waves sink ships
10-2004
Tsunami story strikes again
10-2004
Traveling on Mars
10-2004
T. rex hits puberty
10-2004
Melting glaciers promote earthquakes
10-2004
Sound data for seismic array
10-2004
California’s Moho
10-2004
Botched prediction
10-2004
An ashen threat to aviation safety
10-2004
Volcano refuge ends
10-2004
Dynamo in a box
10-2004
Elizabethan gold riddle solved
10-2004
Mineral of the Month: Titanium
10-2004

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November 2004
Methane Hydrate and Abrupt Climate Change
11-2004
Gas Hydrates as a Future Energy Resource
11-2004
Detecting Marine Gas Hydrates
11-2004
Genesis crashes with pieces of the sun
11-2004
Impacting the origin of life
11-2004
Monitoring Aboriginal rock art
11-2004
Taking the fossil out of fuels
11-2004
Parenting Psittacosaurus
11-2004
Fuel economies, Part II
11-2004
Fish advisories on the rise
11-2004
Mount St. Helens erupts in activity
11-2004
Restricting satellite data access
11-2004
Beneath the Bermuda Triangle
11-2004
Fusion stalemate
11-2004
A “Takeout” nuclear plant
11-2004
Mineral of the Month: Indium
11-2004
In Search of the Goodwill Moon Rocks: A Personal Account
11-2004

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December 2004
Global Oil Hot Spots
12-2004
U.S. Offshore Oil Industry: New perspectives on an old conflict
12-2004
Deepwater: Petroleum’s Third Wave
12-2004
A Passive Approach to Healthy Oil Production
12-2004
Alaska’s new pipeline
12-2004
New dates for old deer bones
12-2004
Carbon dioxide alchemy
12-2004
Antarctic ice connections
12-2004
Review of creationist book shelved
12-2004
Pyrite fossil preservation
12-2004
Acidic waters threaten sea life
12-2004
Vying for the North Pole
12-2004
Corroding pipe organs
12-2004
Extreme storms as climate warms
12-2004
Mineral of the Month: Gypsum
12-2004

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January 2005
Collecting Crime Evidence from Earth
1-2005
Murder and Mud in the Shenandoah
1-2005
Investigating Mining Frauds
1-2005
New Tools for Finding Life on Mars
1-2005
Grand Canyon floods
1-2005
Honeybee survival stings impact theory
1-2005
Frozen volcanism on Titan
1-2005
Revealing a rune stone's secrets
1-2005
Opportunity snaps Meridiani on Mars
1-2005
El Niño drives rainfall
1-2005
Stalagmite shows connected climate
1-2005
Acid rain curbs global warming
1-2005
Horses' mouths date Sierra Nevada uplift
1-2005
Getting to the Source of the Puget Sound Oil Spill
1-2005
Heavy-metal sponge
1-2005
Remotely sensing rock types
1-2005
Mineral of the Month: Chromium
1-2005

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February 2005
NASA debates Hubble’s fate
2-2005
Kyoto ratified
2-2005
Tsunami devastates Asia
2-2005
Fossil Hunting in Antarctica
2-2005
Cicadas speed forest growth
2-2005
Budget battles
2-2005
Mummy tar in ancient Egypt
2-2005
Reaching past heights
2-2005
Mid-ocean ridge spread or jam?
2-2005
Bugging out with warmer weather
2-2005
Touching Titan
2-2005
Locating “spritely” lightning
2-2005
Mount St. Helens still erupting — a lot
2-2005
Japanese volcano up close
2-2005
Garbage-eating Geobacter
2-2005
Mopping up arsenic
2-2005
Burying carbon dioxide, Part I
2-2005
Yukos under fire
2-2005
Mineral of the Month: Potash
2-2005
Passion for Paleo: Amateur Fossil Collectors
2-2005
Twenty-Five Years of Mass Extinctions and Impacts
2-2005

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March 2005
Quake uplifted Japan
3-2005
Dinosaur-eating mammal
3-2005
Earthquakes: Predicting the Unpredictable?
3-2005
Cities at risk from below
3-2005
Evolution battles rage
3-2005
Mother lode of hominid fossils
3-2005
Paleo-Antarctic puzzle
3-2005
Dead zones off New Jersey
3-2005
Rocky debate over early life
3-2005
Submarine hits unmapped mountain
3-2005
TIGER in the sky
3-2005
El Niño: Predicting Cause and Effect
3-2005
Monitoring a Restless Volcano: The 2004 Eruption of Mount St. Helens
3-2005
Burying carbon dioxide, Part II
3-2005
Cuban oil find
3-2005
Mineral of the Month: Tin
3-2005
Rock Holds Get Real
3-2005
Western winter storm brew
3-2005

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April 2005
What Makes Good Climates Go Bad?
4-2005
Dream homes slip away
4-2005
Listening to Titan
4-2005
Tsunami reveals ancient ruins
4-2005
Sumatra quake stronger than thought
4-2005
Redating the earliest humans
4-2005
Mass extinction, massive problem
4-2005
Space dust and snowball Earth
4-2005
Vesuvius’ next eruption
4-2005
New dates defy fixed hotspots
4-2005
Revisiting the Lost City
4-2005
A River Runs Through Egypt: Nile Floods and Civilization
4-2005
Climate Policy in an Adapting World
4-2005
Illuminating the Black Box of Climate
4-2005
Artificial aurora
4-2005
Seismically outfitting Hermes
4-2005
Russian oil doors close, maybe
4-2005
Exploring for oil with satellites
4-2005
Mineral of the Month: Garnet
4-2005
Melting glaciers reveal ancient bodies
4-2005

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May 2005
Inside the “hobbit’s” head
5-2005
Broken bones yield T. rex tissue
5-2005
Meteor Crater’s slow impact
5-2005
Falsification alleged at Yucca Mountain
5-2005
NASA on deck
5-2005
Lots of water on Mars
5-2005
Soot from Indian cooking
5-2005
More mercury in unexpected places
5-2005
Early Jupiter spawned early meteorites
5-2005
Oil prices spike
5-2005
Malaria Mapping and Prevention
5-2005
Lead’s Toxic Urban Legacy and Children’s Health
5-2005
Challenges to Clean Water Worldwide
5-2005
Small tsunami in Sumatra’s second earthquake
5-2005
Tracking ice in the Antarctic
5-2005
Needling out the arsenic epidemic
5-2005
Urban oil drilling
5-2005
ANWR gets through Senate
5-2005

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June 2005
Truth, fiction and everything in between at Yellowstone
6-2005
Cosmic bursts to blame for mass extinction
6-2005
Odd microbes at Yellowstone
6-2005
Salt mass-produced by Maya
6-2005
Egg-laying dinosaurs
6-2005
Seeing earthquakes from space
6-2005
Mammals not out of Africa
6-2005
Peaks of eternal light on the moon
6-2005
Revising the asteroid threat scale
6-2005
Double-crossing the core
6-2005
New seasonal hurricane prediction
6-2005
Novel Takes on Climate Change
6-2005
Bringing Dinosaurs to Life
6-2005
Coal-mining-induced earthquakes
6-2005
Volcanoes in a sensitive climate
6-2005
Oil platforms fuel fish farms
6-2005
Oil pipeline in whale territory
6-2005
Mineral of the Month: Rhenium
6-2005

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July 2005
Monitoring the most dangerous U.S. volcanoes
7-2005
Dinosaur links meat-eaters and vegetarians
7-2005
Fossil forests sunk by salt
7-2005
Swiss wrap glacier for summer
7-2005
Following scientists post-9/11
7-2005
Carbon leaching out of Siberian peat
7-2005
Mars’ lost landers
7-2005
The heart of a landslide
7-2005
Soaking in extra sun
7-2005
Style over function for Stegosaurus
7-2005
Collision Course: Deep Impact
7-2005
Journey to a Titanic World
7-2005
Planet-Finder's Guide to the Universe
7-2005
Martian Views
7-2005
Beaches Awash with Politics
7-2005
Aging Alaska Oil Pipelines
7-2005
Mineral of the Month: Boron
7-2005
Tracking Gorilla Habitat Changes
7-2005

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August 2005
Weighing in on Renewable Energy Efficiency
8-2005
Red tide plagues Northeast
8-2005
Early migration for Canadian oil
8-2005
Space administration shakeup
8-2005
Sumatra tsunami fault photographed
8-2005
Confusion over sinking coasts in Gulf
8-2005
River of data decodes Nile cycles
8-2005
Marshes record climate changes
8-2005
Heat on U.S. climate policy
8-2005
Icy methane volcano on Titan
8-2005
The Race to Connect Cars, Communities and Renewables
8-2005
Hooking into Local Clean Energy
8-2005
California earthquakes linked?
8-2005
Great Salt Lake spiral submerged
8-2005
Injecting energy into advertising
8-2005
U.S.-China energy quandary
8-2005
Plastic oil
8-2005
Mineral of the Month: Cadmium
8-2005

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September 2005
Evolution & Intelligent Design: Understanding Public Opinion
9-2005
Tristar planet
9-2005
Sourcing ultradeep diamonds
9-2005
Rocks pose cancer concerns
9-2005
Supercomputer models Earth’s magnetic field
9-2005
Repositioning Tokyo’s fault
9-2005
Footprints push back American migration
9-2005
Shrinking and growing Arctic lakes
9-2005
Seabird guano changes the Arctic
9-2005
Discovery returns to flight
9-2005
Tracing Human Migration
9-2005
A Changing Climate for Human Evolution
9-2005
Native tales tell of tremorous past
9-2005
Cascadia up close
9-2005
Energy bill passes
9-2005
Graphite storage of hydrogen
9-2005
Mineral of the Month: Aggregates
9-2005
How climate changes biodiversity
9-2005

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October 2005
China’s Changing Landscape
10-2005
Feuding Over the Origins of Fossil Fuels
10-2005
Developing a Scientific Workforce in Africa
10-2005
Making Sense of Middle Eastern Petroleum
10-2005
Carbon’s complicated river ride
10-2005
New flare for space weather prediction
10-2005
Revisiting the satellite record
10-2005
Moon soil, Earth air?
10-2005
Ancient Peruvian engineers
10-2005
Ozone link to Permian extinction
10-2005
Volcanic prepping for dinosaur extinction
10-2005
Ancient teeth tell diet secrets
10-2005
Serengeti in the Great Plains
10-2005
Hurricane Katrina hits hard
10-2005
Ice’s electric sidekick
10-2005
Katrina blows in higher gas prices
10-2005
Mineral of the Month: Manganese
10-2005
Geophysics and archaeology collide
10-2005

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November 2005
The Increasing Costs of U.S. Natural Disasters
11-2005
Watching for Landslide Weather in California
11-2005
New Eyes in the Sky, Land and Sea
11-2005
Louisiana’s marshland mess
11-2005
Comet full of fluff
11-2005
Super-rotation for Earth’s core
11-2005
Shift in Chile’s seismic history
11-2005
Middens mark Southwest cold snap
11-2005
New Appalachian tale
11-2005
Earthly origin for desert formation
11-2005
Salting a stagnant ocean
11-2005
Neanderthal neighbors
11-2005
Sediments Shed Light on Past Coastal Events
11-2005
Offshore oil inventories
11-2005
Venezuela shares with its neighbors
11-2005
Mineral of the Month: Magnesium
11-2005
Storm of progress for tornado forecasts
11-2005

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December 2005
A Year of Living Dangerously
12-2005
A Warming World
12-2005
Energy Outlook 2005
12-2005
Out of the Past and Into the Future
12-2005
Exploring the Universe
12-2005
Halting exploding lakes
12-2005
National parks in crisis
12-2005
New view of a Saturnian moon
12-2005
Road salt contaminates water
12-2005
Mammal growth spurt
12-2005
Slushball life
12-2005
Sun fuels climate change
12-2005
Correcting the fossil record
12-2005
Open access wide open
12-2005
Landslides bury Guatemala
12-2005
Quake sets off landslides in Kashmir
12-2005
Tight home fuel supply
12-2005
Mineral of the Month: Aluminum
12-2005

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January 2006
The Three Faces of Dinosaurs
1-2006
Drawing Dinosaurs
1-2006
On the Trail of Dinosaurs
1-2006
Monsters, gods and dinosaurs
1-2006
Oil Pricing in the Hot Seat
1-2006
Mineral of the Month: Cement
1-2006
Kashmir landslide snapshot
1-2006
Icy breakup
1-2006
Warming Linked to Disease Outbreaks
1-2006
Seismic warnings
1-2006
Mammoth meteorite unearthed
1-2006
Godzilla had flippers
1-2006
Planet warms, plants move in
1-2006
Sizing up a crater
1-2006
Volcanoes slow sea-level rise
1-2006
Fire-starting hotspot
1-2006
Old "footprints" stomped out?
1-2006

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February 2006
Turning Trash Into Energy
2-2006
Trees confound global warming
2-2006
Victory for evolution in Dover
2-2006
Titanic methane rivers
2-2006
Tiny moon, gigantic geyser
2-2006
Carving on glacial time
2-2006
Arsenic leaching into water from soil
2-2006
Man-sized scorpion tracks
2-2006
Is ocean circulation slowing down?
2-2006
No lake on Mars?
2-2006
A far-off new ocean
2-2006
Longer to patch the ozone hole
2-2006
British Oil Fire
2-2006
Drilling on the North Slope rejected
2-2006
Mineral of the Month: Tungsten
2-2006
Recovering Landfill Gas for Energy
2-2006
After Katrina: Tracking Air and Water Quality
2-2006
After Katrina: Oil Spill First Responders
2-2006

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March 2006
Starry lens
3-2006
Marine critters record global warming
3-2006
Soaking up carbon
3-2006
Drilling Back to the Future
3-2006
Gassy eruption in Oklahoma
3-2006
Great lakes of Antarctica
3-2006
Young planets collide
3-2006
Uncovering ancient harbors
3-2006
Real-world fuel economy test
3-2006
Liftoff for New Horizons
3-2006
Ice Hunter: Q&A With Lonnie Thompson
3-2006
Earth’s Fickle Climate: Lessons Learned From Deep-Time Ice Ages
3-2006
Arctic Amplification
3-2006
Less clouds, more haze for China
3-2006
Augustine ash
3-2006
Highlighting landslide risk
3-2006
Turmoil in Latin America
3-2006
Mineral of the Month: Dimension stone
3-2006
Global Water Supply Takes Some Heat
3-2006

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April 2006
Feeling the heat wave
4-2006
Tiny fossils go 3-D
4-2006
Faith-based carbon credit systems
4-2006
Tiny T. rex cousin
4-2006
Minerals cut again
4-2006
Deep sediments, strong quakes
4-2006
Fossil bites into mammal stereotypes
4-2006
Undersea Methane not to blame
4-2006
Tibetan plateau timing
4-2006
A New Look at Mining and the Environment: Finding Common Ground
4-2006
The Rush to Uncover Gold’s Origins
4-2006
Diamonds Bedazzle Canadian North
4-2006
Italy’s hidden hazard
4-2006
Philippines village buried
4-2006
Royalties flushed
4-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Mercury
4-2006
Trying out prehistoric tools
4-2006

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May 2006
Rooting Out Radioactive Groundwater
5-2006
Yellowstone’s moving magma
5-2006
Mixed view on pesticide pollution
5-2006
Measuring the Sumatra quake
5-2006
Volcanic rocks linked to cancer
5-2006
A watery moon?
5-2006
Sunspot outlook 2012
5-2006
Fleeing Vesuvius
5-2006
Natural bumps in the atmosphere
5-2006
Yucca mountain e-mails reviewed
5-2006
Ramping up Italian earthquake studies
5-2006
Desert crater discovered
5-2006
Afghanistan has oil
5-2006
Doing business in Venezuela
5-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Soda ash
5-2006
Mapping a Woolly Mammoth’s DNA
5-2006
Rejuvenating Restoration of the Great Lakes
5-2006
Coastal Playground’s Water Woes
5-2006
Searching for Water in All the Right Places
5-2006

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June 2006
A Nanotechnology Revolution for the Geosciences
6-2006
Fish fossil fills evolutionary gap
6-2006
Found: One of many missing human links
6-2006
Fish teeth bite into Antarctic formation
6-2006
Plate shifts in the Pacific Northwest
6-2006
Ancient methane-makers
6-2006
Penguins endure extinction event
6-2006
Seeing below Tambora
6-2006
Warming opened Americas to humans
6-2006
Sea levels may rise sooner
6-2006
Eastern Europe fights massive flooding
6-2006
Is ethanol the answer?
6-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Beryllium
6-2006
Smart Volcano Mini-Sensors
6-2006
Extreme Microbes: Testing Life’s Limits
6-2006
Exploring Life in the High Lakes
6-2006
Microsatellite Mania
6-2006

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July 2006
Jetting Through Space
7-2006
Stormy debate on hurricanes and global warming
7-2006
Jupiter's junior red spot
7-2006
Sri Lankan water post-tsunami
7-2006
Afar from close-up
7-2006
Dunes on Titan
7-2006
Vortex visible on Venus
7-2006
Earth soaks up seawater
7-2006
Climate resolution
7-2006
Astronauts Train Under the Sea
7-2006
Rumbles in Indonesia
7-2006
Mount St. Helens rising
7-2006
Nigerian oil crisis
7-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Lithium
7-2006
Revolutionary Robotic Explorers
7-2006
On the Lookout for Quakes on the Moon
7-2006

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August 2006
When Levees Fail
8-2006
Dwarfing Earth’s largest dinosaur
8-2006
Early life lines make waves
8-2006
Faster tsunami warnings with GPS
8-2006
Unlocking jade’s secrets
8-2006
Microbes reshuffle Earth’s early history
8-2006
Ancient bird fossil makes a splash
8-2006
Open access advancing
8-2006
From hot to cold in the Arctic
8-2006
Tree rings reveal overestimate in Western water
8-2006
Shaking out more oil
8-2006
Europe on Kyoto
8-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Tellurium
8-2006
Controversial Bosnian “pyramid”
8-2006
Activating aftershocks
8-2006
Rivers in Chains
8-2006
Hazardous Cracks Running Through Arizona
8-2006
Nudging the Weather
8-2006

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September 2006
Coal’s Staying Power
9-2006
Microbes act as alchemists
9-2006
Corals adapt to sea change
9-2006
Large dinosaurs ran hot
9-2006
Floral shade aids search for Earths
9-2006
Hurricanes intensify red tides off Gulf
9-2006
Hockey stick climate study faces scrutiny
9-2006
China’s massive dam alters weather
9-2006
Desert varnish baked in Mojave
9-2006
Scaling Up Nuclear Power
9-2006
Costs rise for Canadian oil sands
9-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Diatomite
9-2006
Fires burn across West
9-2006
Pollutants find new paths over Tibet
9-2006
Climate Change and the Potential of Coal Gasification
9-2006
Health Impacts of Coal: Should We Be Concerned?
9-2006
Coalbed Gas Enters the Energy Mix
9-2006

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October 2006
Geocatastrophes: Catastrophe and Opportunity in an Ancient Hot-House Climate
10-2006
Geocatastrophes: When the Mediterranean Dried Up: Forensics of a Geocatastrophe
10-2006
Gecatastrophes: The Great Death: Redefining a Mass Extinction
10-2006
Planets redefined: Pluto gets demoted
10-2006
Flexing plates produce volcanoes
10-2006
Missing tapes could reveal clearer moon
10-2006
Pinpointing Louisiana's natural sinking
10-2006
Giving carbon a deep-sea burial
10-2006
Fossil embryos exposed in 3-D
10-2006
River bends reveal past quakes
10-2006
Shifting winds churn up dead zone
10-2006
Small particles pack big climate punch
10-2006
Satellites see post-SUMATRA seafloor shifts
10-2006
Copper thefts run rampant
10-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Nickel
10-2006
Taking a Fresh Look at Desalination
10-2006
Lifting the Veil On History's Unsung Earth Scientists
10-2006
Unlocking Blackbeard's Secrets
10-2006

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November 2006
Crystals heat up volcanic eruptions
11-2006
Conveyor belt shutdown not imminent
11-2006
Priest resigns amid evolution talk
11-2006
Forest fires release mercury
11-2006
Methane burps below the ice
11-2006
Airing out an early atmosphere
11-2006
Canada's diamonds face old age
11-2006
Mineral clock not set in stone
11-2006
Building a Natural Gas Pipeline Through Earthquake Country
11-2006
Sizing Up Oil on Alaska’s North Slope
11-2006
Alaskan Villages Weigh In On Mining Debate
11-2006
Storms on Earth stir up space weather
11-2006
Rare earthquake rattles Gulf of Mexico
11-2006
Easing oil’s flow
11-2006
Did you know?: Gas theft cost the convenience store industry $300 million in 2005.
11-2006
7-Eleven and Citgo part ways
11-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Barite
11-2006
Looking for Geophysical Signs of Life
11-2006

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December 2006
Wading Into Heated Politics: Q&A with Gerald North
12-2006
Top climate news stories of 2006
12-2006
Finding a Fishy Connection: Q&A with Jenny Clack
12-2006
Top paleontology news stories of 2006
12-2006
Global Supply and Demand: Q&A with John Felmy
12-2006
Top energy news stories of 2006
12-2006
Finding Earth Analogues in Space: Q&A with David Stevenson
12-2006
Top space news stories of 2006
12-2006
Watching for the Waves: Q&A with David Green
12-2006
Top natural hazards news stories of 2006
12-2006
Mudflows inundate Indonesian villages
12-2006
Gold mine deposited rapidly
12-2006
Dates help paint picture of early migration
12-2006
Wobbling Earth linked to mammal extinctions
12-2006
Debate continues over dinosaur demise
12-2006
Lab experiment reveals earthquake ruptures
12-2006
Cave discovery dazzles national park
12-2006
New explanation offered for Delphi trances
12-2006
Methane budget to become off-balance
12-2006
OPEC cuts oil output
12-2006
Mineral resource of the month: Bismuth
12-2006
African dust hampers storms
12-2006
Stormy seas crack icebergs
12-2006

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January 2007
Buried Beneath the Black Sea: Cities and Ships Submerged
1-2007
Geophysics in the Valley of the Kings
1-2007
Finding Ithaca
1-2007
National park awash with costly destruction
1-2007
Shiny outlook for greener aluminum production
1-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Kyanite
1-2007
More Digging Ahead to Unlock Dinosaurs’ Pasts
1-2007
Neanderthal DNA unraveled
1-2007
Hominid teeth reveal a broad palate
1-2007
Eruptive event caught red-handed
1-2007
The color of crinoids
1-2007
Tonga's newest island
1-2007
Meteorite pre-dates solar system
1-2007
Saturn surprises with southern storm
1-2007
"Dibs" in space
1-2007
Heat flow causes magnetic reversals
1-2007
Ice reveals polar temperature seesaw
1-2007
Arctic not a refuge for oil
1-2007
A look ahead at the 110th Congress
1-2007

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February 2007
Water responsible for martian landscape?
2-2007
USGS says no hush orders given
2-2007
Surprise! Stardust lands actual stardust
2-2007
Creating a formula for the Northern Lights
2-2007
Cassini sees lakes on Titan
2-2007
Escape from snowball Earth
2-2007
Climate to blame in cultural collapses
2-2007
Past El Niños portend future climates
2-2007
Shifting winds shift warming trends?
2-2007
Rolling Across the Roof of the World
2-2007
Prevention Is the Best Medicine: Doing Site Evaluations to Prevent Geological Hazard Catastrophes
2-2007
Heavy Hawaii spawns twin earthquakes
2-2007
Offshore drilling approved
2-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Vanadium
2-2007
Google Planet: With Virtual Globes, Earth Scientists See a New World
2-2007
Building bridges with icy challenges
2-2007

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March 2007
Integrating Biofuels into the Fuel Supply
3-2007
Indian Ocean to face extreme weather
3-2007
New Madrid fault dying?
3-2007
Volcanic signatures reveal climate clues
3-2007
Anti-icers make airport runoff toxic
3-2007
Penguin poop adds to climate picture
3-2007
Nitrogen cycle in oceans surprises researchers
3-2007
Climate report points finger at fossil fuels
3-2007
Out of Africa and into Russia
3-2007
Mineral crumbles under nuclear heat
3-2007
Black diamonds have E.T. origins
3-2007
Bush renews call for renewable fuels
3-2007
Appalachian Mountains becoming more rugged
3-2007
Smoke on the water
3-2007
Iran faces petroleum woes
3-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Zirconium and Hafnium
3-2007
Put to the Nuclear Test: Seismology and the International Monitoring System
3-2007
Putting Utah on a Petroleum Map
3-2007
Digging deep in the Gulf of Mexico
3-2007

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April 2007
Massive Antarctic lakes discovered
4-2007
Found: Tibet's missing anchor
4-2007
Ocean budget surges
4-2007
Two continents, one conclusion
4-2007
Ice twists under pressure
4-2007
IAEA updates radiation warning symbol
4-2007
Ocean waves drive Earth's hum
4-2007
Rainfall affected by climate change
4-2007
Ancient glaciers melting quickly
4-2007
Singing Songs of Volcanoes
4-2007
Royalties revisited
4-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Thallium
4-2007
Ancient caldera hints at Cascades’ power
4-2007
Bubbling methane makes Arctic seafloor hilly
4-2007
The Agricultural Impact of Global Climate Change: How Can Developing-Country Farmers Cope?
4-2007
Marine Protected Areas Help Safeguard Aquatic Life
4-2007
Drinking Water for All: A 21st Century Challenge
4-2007
Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace: The Business World Looks at Climate Change
4-2007

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May 2007
Kenyan erosion portends problems
5-2007
“Clovis first” in doubt
5-2007
Geology department to close at SUNY-Albany
5-2007
Martian pole boasts icy detail
5-2007
Peru's ancient solar observatory
5-2007
Yellowstone fires leave microbes nitrogen-hungry
5-2007
Birds evolve small genomes pre-flight
5-2007
Deep Earth may hold an ocean
5-2007
Lava cooks up carbon nanotubes
5-2007
Slow earthquakes, tiny tremors
5-2007
The Plague: Could It Happen Again?
5-2007
Geologists Weigh in on Diet and Disease
5-2007
On the Path of Bird Flu
5-2007
Volcanic eruptions spark dirty thunderstorms
5-2007
A new eye on hurricanes
5-2007
Supreme Court rules in landmark climate case
5-2007
Alabamans await new gas
5-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: Phosphate Rock
5-2007
Geothermal Energy Still Hot
5-2007

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June 2007
Journeys: Following a Floating Village
6-2007
Journeys: Falling for Niagara
6-2007
Journeys: Poetry in Stone
6-2007
Sun cycle to flare back up in 2008
6-2007
So, when did Earth become attractive?
6-2007
Colossal crystals discovered in cave
6-2007
Agriculture consuming world’s water
6-2007
Deep-sea observatory launched
6-2007
Are volcanoes picky eaters?
6-2007
Antarctic ice may be grinding to a halt
6-2007
Self-healing home may resist earthquakes
6-2007
Rocks ring true at Epidaurus
6-2007
New standards for fuel economy proposed
6-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Steel
6-2007
A Hydrobot’s View Into the Abyss
6-2007
Down to Earth with Extreme Scientists: Celestial Sandman
6-2007
Down to Earth with Extreme Scientists: Staring Down the Eye of the Storm
6-2007
Down to Earth with Extreme Scientists: Capturing Earth's Fire on Film
6-2007
Down to Earth with Extreme Scientists: Polar Perils
6-2007

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July 2007
Riding the Wilson Cycle
7-2007
Boldly Going Deeper Into Earth
7-2007
Watching Our Stone Heritage Crumble
7-2007
A blight on ethanol
7-2007
Finding diamonds in your backyard?
7-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: Talc
7-2007
Ice Voted off Warming Island
7-2007
X-ray Eyes in the Sky
7-2007
Mercury's gooey center
7-2007
Mars had explosive, watery past
7-2007
Galileo still up in the air
7-2007
Largest fossilized forest found in mine
7-2007
African dust helps islands bloom
7-2007
Ancient ocean burps
7-2007
La Brea yields oil-eating bacteria
7-2007
Affording the costs of climate change
7-2007

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August 2007
DNA holds clues to extinction
8-2007
Dino pose discloses cause of death
8-2007
Fill ‘er up…with sugar?
8-2007
Sandbar led Alexander the Great to victory
8-2007
Climate kick-started agriculture
8-2007
Climate change will cost us
8-2007
No more “snows of Kilimanjaro”?
8-2007
Earth’s core is solid, after all
8-2007
Genetic discovery yields stronger plants
8-2007
More on Mars
8-2007
Restoring the River
8-2007
Salton Sea at a Crossroads
8-2007
Urban Wetland Restoration: Creating Room to Grow
8-2007
Foam hushes volcano’s fury
8-2007
Landslide partially buries Valley of Geysers
8-2007
Tunnel vision revived
8-2007
Turning the tide on renewable energy
8-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: Silver
8-2007
Look What I Found!
8-2007

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September 2007
Alaska melting into the sea
9-2007
Rapid evolution in early trilobites fueled by high variation
9-2007
Voyage of the ducks
9-2007
Ancient humans dodged super-eruption?
9-2007
Understanding the crust beneath Iran
9-2007
Live Earth: Scientists rock Antarctica
9-2007
A huge discovery in Wyoming
9-2007
Icebergs help fertilize the ocean
9-2007
Baby woolly mammoth frozen in time
9-2007
Earth’s heat buoys up its crust
9-2007
Cold wars: Russia claims Arctic land
9-2007
NY State: Still no license for geologists
9-2007
Graduate student murdered
9-2007
Strange Bedfellows? Evangelicals and Scientists Join Forces on Climate
9-2007
Controversy in the Cradle of Humankind
9-2007
Intersection of Beliefs
9-2007
Iranian carmakers shift to natural gas cars
9-2007
Indium prices on the rise
9-2007
Hurricanes a boon to bleached corals
9-2007
Fires rage across the West
9-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: Wollastonite
9-2007

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October 2007
The Arctic Ocean: So Much We Still Don't Know
10-2007
Democracy, GDP and Natural Disasters
10-2007
Examining Antarctica
10-2007
Polar Robots Do a Cold Job
10-2007
Error in NASA climate data sparks debate
10-2007
Chemicals worse for corals than oil
10-2007
Indonesia mudflow caused by earthquake?
10-2007
Saturn's G ring understood
10-2007
Bre-X scandal ends with acquittal
10-2007
Talc may reduce friction at creeping fault
10-2007
Current not responsible for Antarctica's ice?
10-2007
Great floods cut off Britain
10-2007
Homestake a gold mine for science
10-2007
Galaxies collide
10-2007
Reaching for the stars in planet formation
10-2007
Hubble sees evolving galaxies
10-2007
Using the sun cycle to predict African rains
10-2007
No Green Peter Nessie: just gas
10-2007
Iran replaces oil ministers
10-2007
Goodbye German coal
10-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: Selenium
10-2007
Europe’s Seas on the Brink of Disaster?
10-2007

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November 2007
When Volcanoes Threaten, Scientists Warn
11-2007
Yellowstone and Heise: Supervolcanoes That Lighten Up
11-2007
Danger Lurks Deep: The Human Impact of Volcanoes
11-2007
No Arctic drilling for Shell?
11-2007
The little dino that could
11-2007
Nevada wells test positive for polonium
11-2007
Auto ruling paves the way for efficiency standards
11-2007
Volcanoes may have swallowed early Earth’s oxygen
11-2007
Acid rain alters coastal waters
11-2007
How does your continent grow?
11-2007
Sudden climate change not Neanderthals' downfall
11-2007
ConocoPhillips pays to expand refinery
11-2007
Water pours through pores in sea ice
11-2007
Tsunami risk high in Myanmar
11-2007
Using wine “goggles” to find minerals
11-2007
New views of Uranus’ rings
11-2007
The sounds of the sands
11-2007
Plate reversal not easing threat of earthquake
11-2007
Mineral Resource of the Month: industrial sand and gravel
11-2007
Finding Minerals Beneath the Deep Blue Sea
11-2007

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December 2007
Change in Climate: Q&A with Margaret Leinen
12-2007
A Changing Climate: Carbon dioxide CAFE
12-2007
A Changing Climate Highlights
12-2007
Energy Shifts: A changing business climate: Q&A with Truman Semans
12-2007
Energy Shifts: Congress seeks a balance: Energy and climate
12-2007
Energy Shifts: Peak Ethanol
12-2007
Energy Shifts Highlights
12-2007
Hazards: Man Meets Nature in the Built Environment: A Discussion With Scott Burns
12-2007
Hazards: Engineering Earth, With Kevin Trenberth
12-2007
Hazards Highlights
12-2007
Deep Earth: Seeing Earth’s Sounds
12-2007
Deep Earth: Getting to the Core
12-2007
Deep Earth: Disappearing Slabs, the Mantle and Collaborations: A Q&A With Guy Masters
12-2007
Deep Earth Highlights
12-2007
Planetary Exploration: Speaking Solar With Dan Baker
12-2007
Planetary Exploration: Talking Mars With Richard Zurek
12-2007
Planetary Exploration: Weathering more than just the storm at NASA
12-2007
Planetary Exploration Highlights
12-2007
Ancient Life: Controversial Origins: A Discussion With Olaf Bininda-Emonds and John Wible
12-2007
Ancient Life: Tracking Ancient DNA: Q&A With Ian Barnes
12-2007
Ancient Life: Who was early Homo?
12-2007
Ancient Life Highlights
12-2007
Mummy hair tells gruesome story
12-2007
Climate spawned mass migration from Africa
12-2007
Hobbit or not: All in the wrists
12-2007
Water problems ahead if ethanol continues to expand
12-2007
Toothy duck-billed dinosaur found
12-2007
Lassoing an asteroid
12-2007
Loma Prieta not from a weak fault?
12-2007
Birthing the Sierra Nevada
12-2007
Argon’s gassy ride to the atmosphere
12-2007
Forecast: Methane drizzle over Xanadu
12-2007
Fore-arc basins may forecast earthquakes
12-2007
Mineral resource of the month: Niobium (Columbium)
12-2007
Analyzing volcanic ash risk
12-2007
ENSO lengthens the days of our lives
12-2007
Birth of a planet
12-2007
It’s a Small World
12-2007
New biofuel on the rise in Mali
12-2007

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January 2008
Mining leaves nasty legacy in Zambia
1-2008
Texas: Where the wind comes sweepin' down the waves
1-2008
Did volcanic eruptions kill the dinosaurs?
1-2008
Cow manure adds to arsenic epidemic
1-2008
Good to drink, not good for crops
1-2008
Toxic gas caused the Great Dying?
1-2008
Environmental disasters follow oil spills
1-2008
Major oilfield found off Brazil
1-2008
Teen pregnancy in dinosaurs a good thing
1-2008
Oil exploration waning?
1-2008
Out of Africa: Following the Arabian Trail
1-2008
Tectonic Hypotheses of Human Evolution
1-2008
Rocking the Cradle of Humanity: New thoughts on climate, tectonics and human evolution
1-2008
Putting time constraints on the Triassic
1-2008
Pyrite carves Arctic landscape
1-2008
Bacterial fuel: It’s a gas
1-2008
Mineral resource of the month: arsenic
1-2008
Nuclear in a Carbon-Based World
1-2008

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February 2008
An “Unconventional” Future for Natural Gas in the United States
2-2008
Oil Around the World
2-2008
Africa: A New Frontier in Oil and Gas Exploration
2-2008
TB or Not TB
2-2008
Long-lost Siberian crater found?
2-2008
Federal climate change initiative under the gun
2-2008
Roo roots
2-2008
New methane-munching bacteria discovered
2-2008
Genetics supports one main migration to Americas
2-2008
Plate tectonics on a planet far, far away
2-2008
Shining light on rogue waves
2-2008
More answers — and questions — about carbon storage
2-2008
Mica sheets: Bed for early life?
2-2008
Still mushy after all these years
2-2008
Mantle gas points to geothermal energy
2-2008
Mineral resource of the month: peat
2-2008
Miracle Muds
2-2008

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March 2008
The Impending Coastal Crisis
3-2008
Down with the Dams: Unchaining U.S. Rivers
3-2008
Salinity in the Landscape: A Growing Problem in Australia
3-2008
The answer is blowing in the wind
3-2008
Switching to switchgrass
3-2008
A fleshy fossil find
3-2008
Afghanistan’s untapped wealth
3-2008
Algae eat up mercury in Chinese lake
3-2008
Quake shakes lake
3-2008
Dust in the wind
3-2008
Impact = heat?
3-2008
Dunes: they’re electric
3-2008
Ice where no ice should be
3-2008
Plumbing the deep
3-2008
Battle over bones in China
3-2008
Pangea stayed put
3-2008
A break between plate breakups?
3-2008
Sierra Leone wants more from mining
3-2008
Mineral resource of the month: vermiculite
3-2008
Fantastic Fossilized Finds Fill Farmhouse
3-2008

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April 2008
Changing the World One Kilowatt at a Time
4-2008
Desert Power: A Solar Renaissance
4-2008
The Wind Over the Waves
4-2008
Lights out
4-2008
U.S. could grab more Arctic seafloor
4-2008
Where’s the wheat?
4-2008
Dino digestion in a test tube
4-2008
Funding a nuclear surge
4-2008
Corals safer in warm ocean pools
4-2008
FutureGen gets a facelift
4-2008
Pumping iron in Peru
4-2008
Franken-proteins tell heat tale
4-2008
Fourth quarter in the Arctic
4-2008
Did You Know?
4-2008
Meteor shocks Pacific Northwest
4-2008
Chip off the old block
4-2008
Adriatic still active
4-2008
Mineral resource of the month: gemstones
4-2008
Are we square?
4-2008
Travertine: A Tie That Binds Two Great Structures
4-2008

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May 2008
Space Travels in Geology: Io: A Different Kind of Hell
5-2008
Venturing to Venus
5-2008
Destination Moon
5-2008
Winter of discontent
5-2008
Did you know?
5-2008
You are what you drink
5-2008
Wasting energy by saving time?
5-2008
Aftershocks of peace
5-2008
China’s Olympic race for cleaner air
5-2008
The Grand Canyon’s shifting sands
5-2008
Bacteria’s rainy role
5-2008
Traveling light
5-2008
Early human bipedalism confirmed
5-2008
Lake Mead going dry
5-2008
Rocks: Not Just for Jocks Anymore
5-2008
Colossal fossil frog found
5-2008
Rhino fossil bridges land gap
5-2008
Gulf Stream’s high heat
5-2008
Staufen is sinking
5-2008
Mineral resource of the month: mica
5-2008
A New Kind of Green Eggs and Ham
5-2008

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June 2008
Beer or Biofuels
6-2008
Salt of the Earth
6-2008
Summer Road Trip: Driving Across the Northern United States
6-2008
Turning Iraq’s water back on
6-2008
California’s impending “big one”
6-2008
Up in smoke
6-2008
Landmine detectors thwarted by soils
6-2008
Gold fever strikes again
6-2008
Oil industry tries biofuels matchmaking
6-2008
The ties that bind
6-2008
Oil in the Great Plains
6-2008
Europe’s deep energy
6-2008
Earth hums a new tune
6-2008
Fossilized feces tell an old tale
6-2008
Thorium fuels nuclear comeback
6-2008
A slip-sliding Earth?
6-2008
Mineral resource of the month: natural and synthetic zeolites
6-2008
Resuscitating Ocean Thermal Energy
6-2008

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July 2008
Meteorite Strikes Peru!
7-2008
Storm Soundings: New Technologies for Tracking Hurricanes
7-2008
Exploring Karst in Guilin, China
7-2008
Hazards of a sea breeze
7-2008
Hundreds of quakes rock Reno suburbs
7-2008
Seaweed confirms Monte Verde dates, but also migration patterns?
7-2008
Afghanistan flights reveal natural riches
7-2008
Desperately seeking salt dome
7-2008
Petroleum reserve filling halted
7-2008
Un-greening the Sahara
7-2008
Mapping Arizona’s cracks
7-2008
Nitrogen: too much of a good thing
7-2008
U.S. releases national climate change assessment
7-2008
Phoenix lands on Mars, sends back images
7-2008
Life extended for leaning tower
7-2008
Models made Antarctica warmer
7-2008
Methane on the rise
7-2008
Fossilized mother and baby found
7-2008
Fungus depletes uranium
7-2008
Perchance with a bang
7-2008

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August 2008
Seeding the Sea
8-2008
Balance of Power: A Warming Climate Could Affect Electricity
8-2008
Travels in Geology: Two Options in Oregon
8-2008
Midwest deluge: another 500-year flood?
8-2008
Forensic seismologists: Utah mine collapse source of “earthquake”
8-2008
A backdoor approach to creationism in the classroom
8-2008
Chemicals melt out of glaciers
8-2008
Mammoth DNA proves cause of death?
8-2008
Why China quaked: a perfect seismic storm
8-2008
Reopening the door to foreign oil companies
8-2008
When the sky rained beads of carbon
8-2008
Going platinum
8-2008
Predicting Old Faithful’s fidelity
8-2008
Temperature drop due to measurement error
8-2008
An unnatural disaster in Indonesia
8-2008
Time to build Yucca
8-2008
New England “Dark Day” mystery solved
8-2008
Did you know?
8-2008
Redrawing Australia
8-2008
Big quake … little quake
8-2008
Oil production dropped last year
8-2008
Mineral resource of the month: strontium
8-2008
Tracking Deadly Lahars
8-2008

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