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Dino-killing asteroid could have thrust Earth into two years of darkness #Geology #GeologyPage

Global Effort Needed to Defend Earth from Asteroids, Astronauts Tell UN

Earth not due for a geomagnetic flip in the near future - http://scienceblog.com/479634/earth-not-due-geomagnetic-flip-near-future/

Artistic impression of latitudinally more widespread aurora as an expected consequence of geomagnetic field strength much lower than today's.

The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven Earth #Geology #GeologyPage

The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven Earth

[PaleoOrnithology • 2016] Chiappeavis magnapremaxillo • An Enantiornithine with a Fan-Shaped Tail, and the Evolution of the Rectricial Complex in Early Birds

New Mesozoic enantiornithine bird, Chiappeavis magnapremaxillo, with an aerodynamic tail found in China

Earth's early life endured long asteroid bombardment | #GeologyPage

'Earth's early life endured long asteroid bombardment' -- It was a blitzkrieg with no let-up. Earth may have been pounded by massive asteroids for a billion years longer than we thought.

Geophysicists are returning to Earth’s most famous cosmic bullseye. Around 7 April, from a drill-ship off the coast of Yucatán, Mexico, they will start to p

Geologists to drill into heart of dinosaur-killing impact : Nature News & Comment


New 'geospeedometer' confirms super-eruptions have short fuses

Zircon as Earths timekeeper: Are we reading the clock right? #Geology #GeologyPage

Zircon crystals in igneous rocks must be carefully examined and not relied upon solely to predict future volcanic eruptions and other tectonic events, QUT

NASA's Van Allen Probes Reveal Zebra Stripes in Space | #GeologyPage

Scientists have discovered a new, persistent structure in one of two radiation belts surrounding Earth.

Heat from earths core could be underlying force in plate tectonics #Geology #GeologyPage

A discovery about the movement of tectonic plates will have scientists rewriting textbooks

Newsela | Scientists study Earth's darkest day at the "Crater of Doom"

Ocean-bound scientists drilling for new clues about dinosaur extinction event

Celebrity fossil reveals all for science

Credit: Photo: Esben Horn With the help of an artist, a geology professor at Lund University in Sweden has figuratively speaking breathed life into one of science's most well-known fossil spec.

Amber specimen offers rare glimpse of feathered dinosaur tail #Geology #GeologyPage

Amber specimen offers rare glimpse of feathered dinosaur tail

Going deep to measure Earth’s rotational effects

Going deep to measure Earths rotational effects

Collisions after moon formation remodeled early Earth #Geology #GeologyPage

Collisions after Moon formation remodeled early Earth Large planetesimals delivered more mass to nascent Earth than previously thought

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Half-a-billion-year-old fossils shed light animal evolution on Earth