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Archived Since:August 26, 2016

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Disaster Geology: Hurricane Force

What does a meteorological event have to do with geology? More than you can imagine! -- Read more on

Disaster Geology: A Tale of 2 Mexican Earthquakes

A deep-dive into Mexico's remarkable string of natural disasters -- Read more on

Disasters Abound - But You Can Make A Difference

South Asia, Sierra Leone, and southern Texas are experiencing catastrophic flooding and landslides. Here's how to help. -- Read more on

The Trump Administration's Effect on National Parks

It's been a hard summer for our public lands. -- Read more on

Wonders of the Eclipse

Marvels happen even when you aren't in the path of totality! -- Read more on

Seniors, Get Your Lifetime National Park Pass Now

Get your lifetime pass before the price takes a quantum leap! -- Read more on

Shingle Beaches: Pebble Paradises

Get to know shingle beaches in five easy sections! -- Read more on

Rocks: A Handy Book for Tiny Geologists

Discover a fantastic book to give to kids as they explore the rocky world this summer. -- Read more on

Liesegang Banding: Automatic Art

Nature is a marvelous painter. --

Born in Catastrophe: Silver Lake

A serene little Pacific Northwest lake has a violent origin. -- Read more on

Sweeping Sands

Let's visit some dunes I have known - including some frozen in time. -- Read more on

Permanent Impermanence, or How the Fudge Did That Fossilize?

Imagine the weather turning to stone... --

Bad Signs

What happens when a geologist with a Sharpie encounters wrong information on a public sign? -- Read more on

The True Story of the Mar-a-Lago "Sinkhole"

What really happened at Mar-a-Lago on Monday – and what to do if it happens to you. -- Read more on

37 Years Ago, America's Relationship with Volcanoes Changed Forever

The Mount Saint Helens eruptions was a scientific boon -- Read more on

The Shocking Truth About Aftershocks

After an earthquake, some aftershocks go on for an astonishingly long time. -- Read more on

The Inside Scoop on the Chilean Earthquake Swarm

According to locals, Valparaiso's 6.9 isn't worthy of being called an earthquake. -- Read more on

One Simple But Effective Action You Can Take for American Science - Today

The March for Science is over, but the fight for science is just getting started. -- Read more on

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