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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

Magnificent Mount Saint Helens Photos, Part 7

Further adventures in volcanic photography --

Flat Earth: An Astonishingly Good Book About a Very Bad Idea

Shaquille O'Neal should definitely read this. --

Black History Month: Making History in the Geosciences

Meet four fascinating geologists who made history and are forging the future. -- Read more on

An Educator's Plea To Betsy DeVos

A recently retired public school educator has some reasonable requests to make of our new Secretary Of Education. -- Read more on

Magnificent Mount Saint Helens Photos, Part 6

We continue our exploration of the USGS photograph database. In this edition, we have some truly spectacular summer eruption photos -- Read more on

We Only Need 1 Vote to Save Public Education. Act Now

Call your senators this morning and tell them to vote no on DeVos -- Read more on

Magnificent Mount Saint Helens Photos, Part 5

Enjoy these treasures from the USGS database eruption and aftermath images. -- Read more on

Call Your Senators TODAY: Science Education is in Peril

Every child in America deserves a good education. Betsy DeVos will not ensure they have it. -- Read more on

The National Park Service Won't Be Silenced

NPS employees have a message for the Trump Administration. -- Read more on

One Simple Sentence Could Help Save America's Schools

If we truly want America to be great, we need to support robust education for all its citizens. -- Read more on

The Astonishing Climate-Changing Power of Plate Tectonics

Moving continents have drastically changed Earth's climate – and are still doing so today. -- Read more on

Instant Peril: Flash Floods (and How to Survive Them)

Flash floods kill people worldwide. Find out how to survive. -- Read more on

Marvels and Mysteries of the Moon

The moon's made of much tastier stuff than green cheese. -- Read more on

Troubling Signs for Science Under Trump

The next four years are looking grim for science in America. -- Read more on

Geologists Have an Incentive to be Naughty

Why you should never try to get a geology buff to behave by threatening them with coal in their stocking. -- Read more on

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