this month's Where on Earth? contest here!
Fish fossil fills evolutionary gap
Found: One of many missing human links
Fish teeth bite into Antarctic formation
Plate shifts in the Pacific Northwest
Penguins endure extinction event
Seeing below Tambora
Warming opened Americas to humans
Geophenomena Print Exclusive
Sea levels may rise sooner
Eastern Europe fights massive flooding
Energy & Resources Print Exclusive
Is ethanol the answer?
Mineral Resource of the Month: Beryllium
Trends & Innovations Print Exclusive
Smart Volcano Mini-Sensors
In the dangerous world of volcano monitoring, researchers are working to find new ways to make their monitoring instruments smaller, lighter, cheaper and intelligent.
Education & Outreach
Geoscience Training in Full Force
A summer program is immersing high school students in geology through classroom, field and real-world experiences.
Global Warming: Whose Problem is it Anyway?
The United States needs to stop being an ostrich and start being more of a hawk in the war against global warming.
NASA Science: The Sick Man of Federal Research
Due to a lack of funding and support, NASAs science programs are anemic, potentially limiting opportunities for young scientists engaged in crosscutting research.
Margaret Anne Baker
Do you have writers block or a general lack of inspiration? Some simple tricks could help you turn the light bulb back on.
Natalie Mahowald: Interdisciplinary intellect
Scientists are crossing disciplines to get a new view of life on the planet, as well as physical processes, using small-than-ever technology and tools. Cover designed by Mark Shaver. Image of Earth from Digital Vision.
Next month: Space exploration
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