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1 Provenance matters
2 Past abrupt changes, tipping points and cascading impacts in the Earth system
3 Planting trees to combat drought
4 Longer days on early Earth set stage for complex life
5 Our moon helped microbes make oxygen on Earth
6 Largest extinction in Earth's history linked to mass oxygen spike
7 Oxygen spike coincided with ancient global extinction
8 Supervolcano fed from Earth's mantle caused crustal plates to rotate
9 Lake Huron sinkhole surprise: The rise of oxygen on early Earth linked to changing planetary rotation rate
10 Introductory graduate courses help ensure student success, promote inclusivity
11 Woods Hole appoints first diversity, inclusion executive
12 Decline in CO2 cooled Earth's climate over 30 million years ago
13 Scientists theorize origins of oxygen on Earth
14 Decline in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Caused Eocene-Oligocene Cooling, Study Says | Geoscience, Paleoclimatology
15 Sea levels influence eruptions
16 Mysterious Oxygen Burst Was Tied to Earth's Biggest Mass Extinction, Scientists Say
17 Researchers Find Oxygen Spike Coincided With Ancient Global Extinction
18 Meet the women diversifying shark science | NOVA
19 Decline in CO2 cooled Earth's climate more than 30 million years ago
20 Understanding past climate change 'tipping points' can help us prepare for the future
21 An Iceberg May Have Initiated a Submarine Landslide
22 Rising sea levels could reduce risk of volcanic eruptions, say researchers
23 Bringing Back Forests Could Boost Summer Rainfall Across Europe by 7.6%, Study Shows
24 More intense and frequent thunderstorms linked to global climate variability
25 Daily briefing: The longest-known earthquake lasted 32 years
26 'Slow slip' earthquakes' hidden mechanics revealed
27 Science News Releases
28 Study reveals the workings of nature's own earthquake blocker
29 Is Earth's core lopsided? Strange goings-on in our planet's interior.
30 How much longer will the oxygen-rich atmosphere be sustained on Earth?
31 For €9500, Nature journals will now make your paper free to read
32 Aquatic ecosystems source of half of global methane emissions
33 Trace gases from ocean are source of particles accelerating Antarctic climate change
34 US geoscience programmes drop controversial admissions test
35 NTU study of ancient corals in Indonesia reveals slowest earthquake ever recorded
36 Study Shows Mars' Early Climate Was Intermittently Warm | | SBU News
37 Geoscientists call for action on tackling racial inequality in field
38 Greenland glacial meltwaters rich in mercury
39 Ocean currents modulate oxygen content at the equator: Long-term observations reveal a complex interrelationship
40 Discovery of new geologic process calls for changes to plate tectonic cycle
41 Study of Redoubt and other volcanoes improves unrest detection
42 Study pinpoints key causes of ocean circulation change
43 Why the China Mars rover's landing site has geologists excited News
44 More Severe and Recurrent Thunderstorms Linked to Global Climate Variability
45 Earthquake, tsunami hazards from subduction zones might be higher than current estimates
46 Ancient Earth may have birthed islands of life
47 Gradual and sustained carbon dioxide release during Aptian Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a
48 A Billion Years From now There won’t be Much Oxygen in the Earth’s Atmosphere
49 Carbon emissions spike when continents rift
50 Black scientist network celebrates successes — but calls for more support
51 Spectral evidence for hydrated salts in recurring slope lineae on Mars
52 Melting ice in Antarctica could trigger chain reactions, bringing monsoon rains to the ice cap, study says
53 Big winter snows in the North could be fueled by Arctic sea ice loss
54 Drought in the Anthropocene
55 Someday, even wet forests could burn due to climate change
56 Past river activity in northern Africa reveals multiple Sahara greenings
57 Substantial global carbon uptake by cement carbonation
58 An earthquake lasted 32 years, and scientists want to know how
59 Simple atmospheric dynamics foretell dangerously hot future for the tropics
60 How planets form controls elements essential for life: Rice scientists attribute Earth's nitrogen to rapid growth of moon- to Mars-sized bodies
61 Earth's lopsided core? Strangeness in our planet's interior
62 Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems – much of this is human-made
63 Climate Change Could Make It Too Hot and Humid to Live in the Tropics, Study Says | The Weather Channel
64 64% of global agricultural land at risk of pesticide pollution? Asia and Europe revealed as having regions at high-risk of pesticide pollution
65 Prebiotic chemistry and atmospheric warming of early Earth by an active young Sun
66 Snow chaos in Europe caused by melting sea-ice in the Arctic
67 Study: Gulf Stream System is the weakest it's been in 1,000 years
68 Earth Science Has a Whiteness Problem
69 How do slow anomalies beneath subducting slabs affect giant megathrust earthquakes?
70 “Beast From the East” – Snow Chaos in Europe Caused by Melting Sea-Ice in the Arctic
71 European summer droughts since 2015 unprecedented in past two millennia
72 Long-term accumulation and transport of anthropogenic phosphorus in three river basins
73 Large amounts of mercury released under southwest Greenland ice sheet
74 Carbon emissions from dams considerably underestimated so far: Researchers re-evaluate the role of dams in the global carbon cycle
75 Cooling and societal change during the Late Antique Little Ice Age from 536 to around 660 AD
76 Sustainable geoscience
77 Early Mars climate was intermittently warm
78 Global heating pushes tropical regions towards limits of human livability
79 No evidence for globally coherent warm and cold periods over the preindustrial Common Era
80 Clouds, circulation and climate sensitivity
81 Planting trees in Europe could lead to more rainfall
82 Earth's oxygen will be gone in 1 billion years
83 Projected deglaciation of western Canada in the twenty-first century
84 Mānoa: Ancient rivers reveal multiple Sahara Desert greenings | University of Hawaii News
85 Robust global ocean cooling trend for the pre-industrial Common Era
86 Shrinking sea meadows store more carbon than forests. Scientists are racing to track what’s left.
87 Earth, climate and clouds
88 The natural 'Himalayan aerosol factory' can affect climate
89 Aptian mystery solved
90 Mountain growth influences greenhouse effect: Weathering of rocks can bind or release carbon dioxide -- in active mountain ranges, carbon-dioxide release strongly dominates
91 The sun will destroy all life more than expected
92 Anti-racism plan from researchers calls for moving beyond statements to action | The University of Kansas
93 The Longest Known Earthquake Lasted 32 Years
94 Climate change: Planting extra trees will boost rainfall across Europe
95 Global warming could make survival in tropics impossible: Study
96 Daily briefing: Aliens orbiting these 2,000 stars could (maybe) spot Earth
97 Slab stagnation in the shallow lower mantle linked to an increase in mantle viscosity
98 Study of ancient corals in Indonesia reveals slowest earthquake ever recorded: Study highlights missing factors or mismodelling in global risk assessments
99 Human-Induced Climate Change Directly Linked to Flood Risk in Glacial Lakes
100 Clouds' cooling effect could vanish in a warmer world