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features ANNUAL HIGHLIGHTS ISSUE

The Geotimes annual Highlights issue is a review of the previous year's research and trends in the earth sciences. Every year, about 30 scientists volunteer to summarize major work in their disciplines. This year's issue highlights year 2000 research. Read about research on the Solid Earth, Life through Time, Oceans and Atmosphere and Beyond Earth.

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Meteor explosion?
Ancient microbes found in 'Lost City'
Earthquake monitoring network online
Collapsing mines in France

News Notes
The Moon's last gasps
The oldest ophiolite
Sinking of a titanic city
Field Notes

Political Scene
Energy and Responsibility: The Buck Stops Here
Katy Makeig

Geophenomena
Earthquake hits Peru; Fires in Florida; Three Sisters uplift in Oregon; Cooler days on the farm; Warplanes attack ice


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The July 2001 Geotimes features a color-enhanced image of mesas, buttes and layered terrain on Mars in the southwestern Candor Chasma near 6.4 degrees south and 77.1 degrees west. The width of the image is about 1.5 kilometers. Credit: Mars Orbiter Camera, Malin Space Science Systems/NASA
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