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Anxiety as earthquakes persist in Abuja, Saki and others | The Guardian Nigeria News

[ad_1] • Researchers predict 40% probability of a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Nigeria by 2028, seek to better understand active regional tectonics Episodes of earthquakes in and around Abuja, Niger, Kaduna, Kwara, Saki in Oyo and Ile Ife in Osun have left telltale signs of a reappearance. The Guardian reliably …

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Fault and aliasing signals in seismic data

Source: Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth The earth’s crust is constantly in motion. As the tectonic plates that make up the lithosphere move, separate, and crash into each other, the crust fractures and bends in response. Faults and folds occur at the fault folds, which are created by the …

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Listen to the buzz of the Alpine Rift

[ad_1] Standing in the last back field of a deer farm near Whataroa on the west coast of the South Island, high-visibility orange vest, shovel in hand, Professor John Townend searches for the perfect spot – not too wet, not too stony, with a good view of the sun. A …

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Seattle-based KaJ Labs Begins Dialogue with Turkish Government for Digital Book Pilot Project

[ad_1] SEATTLE, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Turkey is the most recent country to announce the development of a central bank digital currency (CBDC). The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) created the Digital Turkish Lira Collaboration Platform and has been testing the platform for some …

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ACROSS programs in India extended for another five years to observe Earth’s climate science

[ad_1] Climate change has made everyone’s mind bend a bit, to think more about how they can specifically help restore balance in the environment. Whether individuals or respective governments do their best to resuscitate the best of our nature, we must seize our present to secure our future, curb our …

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Strange ‘eggshell’ exoplanets could have ultra-smooth surfaces

[ad_1] Weird, newly theorized “eggshell planets” may possess ultra-thin outer layers with ultra-smooth surfaces unlike those seen in any world to date, a new study reports. Astronomers may have already detected at least three eggshell planets, the scientists noted. In the past 25 years or so, astronomers have confirmed the …

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How astronomers reconstruct the surfaces of invisible alien worlds

[ad_1] The Universe is filled with planets. Astronomers have so far confirmed more than 4,500 worlds, of which more than 1,500 are rocky terrestrial planets. Within our solar system, the rocky planets – Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars – are very different from each other. But once you start looking …

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A UoH professor selected for the SGAT 2021 award of excellence

[ad_1] Hyderabad: The Society of Geoscientists and Allied Technologists (SGAT) selected Dr KS Krishna, professor of geophysics and director of the Center for Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at the School of Physics, University of Hyderabad for the prize of excellence SGAT 2021. SGAT is based in Bhubaneswar and is …

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Here is – the foldability of tectonic plates

[ad_1] A new study presents a new way for tectonic plates – massive plates of rock that jostle to position themselves in the earth’s crust and upper mantle – to bend and sink. It’s a bit of planetary Pilates that could solve the long-standing mystery of “subduction,” the process by …

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Students, faculty and alumni expedition to iconic volcanic hotspot

[ad_1] Every day, the earth’s crust violently breaks and heals dozens of times all over the planet, although most of us will never know. This is because it usually takes place under deep water in a strip that travels around the world called the Mid-Ocean Ridge. This summer, a group …

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Unprecedented mineral found in diamond mined from the depths of the Earth’s mantle

[ad_1] In a major discovery, mineralogists identified an unprecedented mineral in a diamond unearthed from a mine in Botswana, Africa. Small black specks seen in diamond excavated from deep in the lithosphere, about 410 miles (660 km) below the earth’s surface, shed light on the planet’s unexplored secrets that remain …

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Lithosphere Blockchain Partners With Central Bank Of Brazil To Launch Real Digital CBDC Trial, Launches Lithosphere (LITHO) IEO

[ad_1] SEATTLE, November 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Brazil is the latest country to consider digital currency as legal tender. The Lithosphere cryptocurrency platform developed by KaJ Laboratories, a Seattle blockchain company, has started discussions with the Central Bank of Brazil to associate on the country‘s true digital deployment. …

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Exploration research takes a “bottom-up” approach

[ad_1] Geoscience Australia has published an electrical conductivity model for northern Australia, allowing a better understanding of mineral compositions hundreds of kilometers below the surface. The so-called magnetotelluric (MT) model was created as part of the government agency’s Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP). AusLAMP is part of the $ …

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Search | Department of Mathematics and Statistics

[ad_1] Mihye Ahn My research focuses on the development of a new methodology to solve statistical problems raised from neuroimaging data, including fMRI, MRIs, DTI and EEG. Generally, functional neuroimaging data are large in size both spatially and temporally. The analysis of these data includes various statistical topics: time series …

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Earth factories creating elements from nuclear transmutation

[ad_1] Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima Rather than being created only during supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle. It has long been theorized …

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Challenging the Big Bang puzzle of the heavy comp

[ad_1] image: Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. seen Following Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima WASHINGTON, October 12, 2021 – It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements that existed …

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Rather than being created only in supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle – ScienceDaily

[ad_1] It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements existing during the Big Bang when the universe formed, and that supernova explosions, stars exploding at the end of their life. life, are responsible for transmuting these elements into heavier ones. and distribute them …

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COP26: How the UK started the climate crisis

[ad_1] Last month, the journal Nature published an article calculate what it means. “To account for a 50% probability of limiting warming to 1.5 ° C … by 2050, we find that almost 60% of petroleum and fossil methane, and 90% of coal must remain not extracted “, conclude the …

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Largest ever underwater eruption spawns new volcano

[ad_1] Largest ever underwater eruption spawns new volcano On May 10, 2018, seismic rumbles began between the rifts in East Africa and Madagascar, culminating in a magnitude 5.8 earthquake five days later. Shortly after, researchers learned that a volcanic event had occurred 50 kilometers off the east coast of the …

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Bangladesh needs rules on odorized LPG

[ad_1] The explosion in Moghbazar at a mosque in Narayanganj and numerous fires and explosions at homes and other establishments have raised concerns about the use of different gases. Usually, other countries have regulations on the use of odorants to identify leaks in pipes or cylinders. Bangladesh does not have …

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A new submarine volcano is born in East Africa

[ad_1] The largest ever-recorded underwater volcanic eruption began on May 10, 2018 off the eastern coast of Mayotte, a group of islands off the coast of Mozambique and north of Madagascar. At that time, a very viscous and ductile volume of molten rock from the Earth’s upper mantle pierced the …

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Bates Football fails against Amherst – Bates student

[ad_1] Like every bachelor party trip to Las Vegas, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s wedding, and Demi Lovato’s cultural relevance, all good things come to an end. After 679 days, Bobcat football suffered its first loss on Saturday. Six hundred and seventy-nine days without loss? How is it possible? Some …

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KaJ Labs Announces Lithosphere NFT Platform

[ad_1] SEATTLE, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Lithosphere, KaJ Labs’ innovative new AI blockchain platform will officially launch the Jot Art Metaverse in the first quarter of 2022. The launch will be highlighted by three new Play-to-Earn (P2E) cross-chain games. The first title, Heroes of the jungleNFT characters …

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Seattle start-up pledges to offer 6,000 Bitcoin ($ 270 million) to El Salvador and other countries adopting Bitcoin as legal offering, launch of LITHO utility token

[ad_1] SEATTLE, September 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – El Salvador is the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender. Today, Joel Kasr, founder of KaJ Laboratories and Lithosphere, pledged to offer 6,000 BTC to El Salvador and nations like Panama who adopt bitcoin as legal …

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Seattle-based start-up KaJ Labs pledges to donate 6,000 Bitcoin ($ 270 million) to El Salvador and other nations adopting Bitcoin as legal offering, LITHO Utility token launched

[ad_1] SEATTLE, September 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – El Salvador is the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender. Today, Joel Kasr, founder of KaJ Laboratories and Lithosphere, pledged to offer 6,000 BTC to El Salvador and nations like Panama who adopt bitcoin as legal …

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Mercury’s mantle goes with the flow

[ad_1] As the smallest of the terrestrial planets in our solar system, Mercury has much to teach us about the evolution of small rocky planets. Unlike Earth, whose tough outer layer, the lithosphere, is divided into a mosaic of plates that move relative to each other, Mercury is a single-plate …

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March? This is old news. Welcome to the decade of Venus

[ad_1] When it comes to exploring the solar system, the last few decades have undeniably been focused on visiting Mars. From sending rovers to its surface to making plans for possible crewed missions, the Red Planet holds an important place in our understanding of planetary science. But what about our …

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Us and our house | Cyprus Mail

[ad_1] Earth is the only planet we know where we can live By Roberto Sciffo The blue planet, planet Earth, is unique to our solar system and, given our current state of technological advancement, it is the only planet we know of where we can live. The “big picture effect” …

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A seismometer maps the anatomy of Mars

[ad_1] Unlike the eight orbiters that currently monitor the planet and the six rovers that have explored its chemistry and geology, InSight is the only spacecraft to directly probe the planet’s interior. Orbital measurements of Mars’ moment of inertia and gravity field have provided indirect clues about internal anatomy: its …

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Melting glaciers trigger movement of the earth’s crust

[ad_1] The Earth’s crust is shifting as climate change wreaks havoc on ice caps and glaciers around the world. The continued melting of these Greenland and Antarctic ice caps causes the earth’s crust to deform as water is redistributed into the world’s oceans, causing sea levels to rise. The movement …

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The world’s first seismic activity monitoring system involving interdisciplinary research in test operation in Sichuan, southwest China

[ad_1] Lithosphere, Atmosphere and Ionosphere Vibration and Disturbance Monitoring System (MVP-LAI) in Leshan City, Southwest China’s Sichuan Province Photo: Courtesy by Chen Jiehong Researchers of the world’s first interdisciplinary research-based and integration-based seismic activity monitoring system that can simultaneously monitor approximately 20 physical parameters related to the lithosphere, atmosphere and …

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Deep diamonds have a surprising organic composition

[ad_1] While most diamonds form under continents, at depths between 150 and 300 kilometers, a document published in Scientific reports has shown that two rarer types of diamonds – those found in oceanic rocks and those that form more than 300 kilometers below the continental crust – have a common …

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The definition of ecocide | WilmerHale

[ad_1] The climate crisis, an issue that once took the form of abstract temperature charts and projections, is now a dizzying parade of broken weather records and natural disasters. The time therefore seemed opportune when in June, the editorial group of experts of the Stop Ecocide Foundation (SEF) published his …

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New evidence of geologically recent Venusian volcanism

[ad_1] Magellan SAR image of Aramaiti Corona. Narina Tholus (center left) appears as two adjacent domes superimposed on the outer west fracture ring. Credit: Institute of Planetary Sciences New data analysis techniques are finding evidence of recent volcanism in old data from Magellanic spacecraft. It is not known if this …

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InSight reveals detailed interior structure of Mars

[ad_1] The InSight lander recorded seismic waves that revealed the thickness of the Martian crust and detected its unusually large liquid core. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech. Seismic observations from the InSight lander have revealed structural details of the Martian interior, constituting the first seismic exploration of a non-Earth planet and …

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AI Startup KaJ Labs to Launch Blockchain Rival on Ethereum

[ad_1] SEATTLE, July 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Joel Kasr, Founder of KaJ Laboratories, announced the upcoming launch of Lithosphere (LITHO), a unique new AI blockchain platform. Kasr is the creator of Lithosphere, the first blockchain to use deep neural networks (DNN) in smart contracts. Litho is the native …

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Earthquakes reveal the planetary core | SETI Institute

[ad_1] It has been an exciting week in the world of space science, with the publication of some groundbreaking stories. Let’s look at the results of three separate articles published this week in the journal. Science on the structure of Mars. The teams involved analyzed the data from NASA InSight …

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This week in science | Science

[ad_1] Neuroimmunology The meninges consist of three membranes that surround and protect the central nervous system (CNS). Recent studies have noted the existence of myeloid cells residing there, but little is known about their ontogenesis and function, and it is not known whether other populations of meningeal immune cells play …

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USGS increases alert level for volcano: ORANGE / WATCH

[ad_1] View of the eastern cone of Mount Cerberus in the Semisopochnoi caldera. Image: USGS / AVO / CA Neal Scientists from the USGS and the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) have raised the volcanic alert level of the Semisopochnoi volcano, showing a new period of unrest. According to the AVO, …

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It turns out that Venus (almost) has tectonic plates

[ad_1] Beneath Venus’s acidic clouds and crushing atmospheric pressure lies a rocky surface strewn with geological mysteries. Sometimes referred to as Earth’s “sister planet” because it is similar in size with a similar iron core, molten mantle, and rocky crust, there is evidence that Venus was once a aquatic world …

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Venus’s cracked surface behaves like sea ice

[ad_1] The Magellan spacecraft captured this radar view of Venus, showing the largest dark red tectonic block in the center, which is roughly the size of Alaska. The lighter colors around the block are warps and ridges. Image via NASA-JPL / Paul Byrne / NCSU. Cracked surface of Venus Venus …

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The surface of Venus could be shattered into pieces

[ad_1] No other solid body in the solar system has an Earth-like crust. From Mercury to Mars, passing through many moons, most worlds have a one-piece crust. Rather, our planet has tectonics, large plates moving across the molten upper mantle. Another exception to the one-piece surface could be Venus, new …

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USGS issued a yellow advisory for 6 U.S. volcanoes today

[ad_1] The Gareloi stratovolcano is the westernmost volcano in the United States. Image: USGS / McGimsey RG The USGS has issued a code yellow and advisory alert for six volcanoes they are tracking across the country; The USGS says these volcanoes “are showing signs of elevated unrest above known background …

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The active surface of Venus examined

[ad_1] Credit: NC State University, based on original NASA / JPL images Despite their close similarities in terms of mass and composition, Earth and Venus have evolved differently, at least for the past 0.5 to 1 billion years. On the one hand, an uncontrollable greenhouse effect on Venus produced an …

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Plastic is now in the blood of mankind

[ad_1] Along with research, policy and technology, it is now a global environmental concern that requires individual or personal effort to restrict the use of plastics. Oceans have the highest concentration of microplastics according to an American study According to a study by Utah State University and Cornell University in …

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New WonderWorks exhibit showcases Earth’s spheres

[ad_1] PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (WVLT) – A new interactive exhibit focuses on the layers or spheres of the Earth at WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge. The exhibition focuses on the four layers of the earth, including the lithosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and atmosphere. “This is a great new exhibit that helps us …

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Scientists find signs of geological activity on Venus

[ad_1] There is evidence that parts of Venus’ surface move in the same way as the Earth’s, scientists have said. “We have identified a previously unrecognized tectonic deformation pattern on Venus, which is driven by inner movement just as it is on Earth,” said Paul Byrne, a professor at North …

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Renato Funiciello, an inspiration for modern geology in Italy

[ad_1] The Tethyan Belt is an area of ​​tectonic activity and mountain ranges stretching from northwest Africa and western Europe through Turkey, the Caucasus and Iran to southwestern Africa. the Pacific Ocean. It is the longest continuous orogenic belt on Earth. One of the sections of particular interest to geoscientists …

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Tectonic movements over Venus suggest hell planet may still be geologically alive | The Weather Channel – Articles de The Weather Channel

[ad_1] This image is a composite of data from NASA’s Magellan spacecraft and Pioneer Venus Orbiter. (NASA / JPL-Caltech) Venus, the “lost habitable” world of our solar system, is now considered a dead planet surrounded by a highly toxic environment. But in 2020, Venus hit the headlines after the detection …

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2021 WAN Awards Nomination: Taichung Central Park

[ad_1] Located in the Tropic of Cancer, Taiwan’s climate is warmed by the Kuro-Shio, one of the largest ocean currents in the world. The island has a hot and humid tropical climate which counterbalances the mountain range which has a cooler environment. Central Park’s goal is to bring the outdoors …

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You Better Believe It: Fascinating Facts About Greece

[ad_1] The Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Credit: Christophe Meneboeuf/CC BY-SA 3.0 Everyone knows that Greece is the cradle of Western civilization, the cradle of democracy, that it has a breathtakingly beautiful coastline and that our Independence Day is March 25. However, there are some facts that very few people know …

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20 fascinating facts about Greece

[ad_1] The Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Credit: Christophe Meneboeuf/CC BY-SA 3.0 Everyone knows that Greece is the cradle of Western civilization, the cradle of democracy, that it has a breathtakingly beautiful coastline and that our Independence Day is March 25. However, there are some facts that very few people know …

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Hydrogen enrichment after fusion in the oceanic lithosphere

[ad_1] Abstract The wide range of H2The O contents recorded in the minerals of the exhumed mantle rocks have been difficult to interpret, as they often record a combination of melting, metasomatism and diffusion processes in spatially isolated samples. Here we determine the temporal variations of H2O content in pyroxenes …

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Is carbon the “culture” of the future?

[ad_1] Growing awareness and concern for the environment, changes in government policy, America’s return to the Paris Agreement and high demand for carbon offsets all indicate an appetite for another type of agricultural crop – carbon. “There has been growing discussion of how to create a way for farmers to …

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Conscious Mode – OrissaPOST

[ad_1] Iit’s not just what you eat that kills the earth and all of its inhabitants. This is also what you wear. Every time you buy an item of clothing, you are making a choice between the biosphere and the lithosphere. The biosphere is an agricultural area where cotton, flax …

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Magnitude 2.6 earthquake rocked parts of Southern California

[ad_1] According to the US Geological Survey, a magnitude 2.6 earthquake centered approximately east of Anaheim shook Orange County and other parts of southern California on Thursday May 27. Cali earthquake (Photo: Getty Images) At around 5:07 p.m., the earthquake struck. According to the USGS, the epicenter was about two …

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Is carbon farming the “culture” of the future?

[ad_1] Growing awareness and concern for the environment, changes in government policy, America’s return to the Paris Agreement and high demand for carbon offsets all indicate an appetite for a different type of agricultural crop – carbon. There is growing interest in the possibilities of carbon farming. (Photo Texas A&M …

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Alarm over unprecedented accumulation of mercury in Pacific Ocean trenches – Eurasia Review

[ad_1] A scientific article recently published in Nature Publishing’s Scientific reports The newspaper found unprecedented amounts of highly toxic mercury being deposited in the deepest trenches in the Pacific Ocean. The study, a multinational effort involving scientists from Denmark, Canada, Germany and Japan, reports the first-ever direct measurements of mercury …

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Spinoffs could help unlock lithium industry for Alberta

[ad_1] Reading time: 4 minutes Alberta’s oil and gas fields could be in store for another natural resource boom thanks to University of Alberta-based lithium mining technology with the ability to unlock the growing metal. more valuable. Dan Alessi Faculty of Science geochemist Dan Alessi, professor in the Department of …

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What is plate tectonics? | Tectonic plates

[ad_1] From the deepest ocean trench to the highest mountain, plate tectonics explains the characteristics and movement of the Earth’s surface in the present and the past. Developed from the 1950s to the 1970s, the theory of plate tectonics is the modern update of continental drift, an idea first proposed …

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