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Geophenomena: Dry Spell
The United States watches and recovers from a record drought.
Geotimes staff

Geoscience Funding Texas-Style
The University of Texas garnered a $150-million promise for geosciences.
Kristina Bartlett

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Sharing Water Along the Rio Grande
The Jackson School of Geosciences would like to pursue researching water issues in the Southwest. The situation along the Rio Grande is a good example of that need.
David Lawrence

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October: Urban geology
November: Future Oil Exploration

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Read our special careers page, including this month's "For Students" feature: The Rocks Rediscovered, by Donald Siegel.




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August 30
In Memoriam: J. David Love
August 20
Gifts place more core in the public trust
August 15
Floods wreak havoc in Europe
August 9
Congress chastises Bush budget for USGS
August 2
Kilauea's race to the sea
August 1
Proposed Iceland dam generates controversy


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News Notes
Seismic testimony in pipeline explosion
Song of the low tide blues
Guatemala's Olmec jade
Grounding Antarctic melting
Suspect killer: volcanism
Field Notes

Comment
Conversations for Our Earth
Earth scientists have the responsibility to celebrate and share their passion for Earth.
M. Ray Thomasson


Political Scene
Climate Policy that Makes a Difference
The proposed Weather Safety Act will attempt to do something about the weather.
David Curtiss


On Exhibit

Marble Medley
Art, geology and history converge at the Vermont Marble Museum.
Alma Hale Paty


Geomedia
Living with Earthquakes in California: a Survivor’s Guide
Mapping tsunami risk in Alaska
Scientific journal for vadose zone


 
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The Rio Grande winds through San Vicente Canyon in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Issues of water resources are important along the Rio Grande and other parts of the U.S. Southwest. Read the related Geophenomena story, and visit the Geotimes Web site later in the month for a story about geoscience funding in Texas. Photo by Laurence Parent Photography, Manchaca, Texas.


 
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