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Pena de Bernal Monolith in Mexico
Mexican Monolith Is World's Tallest Freestanding Rock
May 09, 2013
Peña de Bernal Natural Monument is a UNESCO-recognized site. View Full Article »
alvar beach
Criteria for 'Red List' of Endangered Ecosystems Released
May 08, 2013
Case studies reveal ecosystems at risk around the world. View Full Article »
greenland, glaciers
Greenland's Glacial Melt May Slow, Study Suggests
May 08, 2013
The breakneck glacial retreat is likely to lose steam, scientists project. View Full Article »
Hurricane Flossie
Stormier Paradise: More Hurricanes Predicted for Hawaii
May 06, 2013
Tropical cyclone frequency linked to climate change. View Full Article »
An ash plume drifts from Paluweh volcano in Indonesia in this image, taken April 29, 2013 from the Landsat Data Continuity Misison's Operational Land Imager instrument.
Volcano's Heat, Eruption Seen from Space
May 06, 2013
See the hot lava from space. View Full Article »
Snowy swing set in Fairbanks, Alaska
Best Earth Images of the Week — May 3, 2013
May 04, 2013
NASA's newest mission, Spring snowfall records and tsunami debris top out our favorite images this week. View Full Article »
weather, fire dangers, California wildfires
California Springs Fire Grows 10,000 Acres in 24 Hours
May 03, 2013
Unusually strong Santa Ana winds, extremely low relative humidity and 90-degree warmth have contributed to the growth of the Springs Fire burning in Ventura County, Calif. View Full Article »
A prototype of GROVER
NASA Rover to Explore… Greenland
May 02, 2013
Grover the rover will inspect the apex of Greenland's ice sheet. View Full Article »
The 2009 eruption of Alaska's Redoubt volcano.
Alaska Volcano's Earthquakes Explain Puzzling Eruption
May 02, 2013
New clues to Redoubt volcano's long and frustrating gestation. View Full Article »
These three hermit crabs, affectionately called “The Three Amigos” (in reference to the movie starring Steve Martin, Chevy Chase and Martin Short), use tusk shells for housing.
Best Earth Images of the Month — April 2013
May 01, 2013
Bone drilling worms, severe weather from space and beautiful cherry blossoms made our top picks for this months. See what the Earth brought us this month. View Full Article »
Kima'Kho Volcano in British Columbia, Canada
Glacier-Covered Volcano Reveals Climate Secrets
April 30, 2013
Kima'Kho is a partially eroded subglacial volcano located in British Columbia, Canada. View Full Article »
Satellite image of the sumbarine eruption off El Hierro Island
Helium Gas Heralded Underwater Volcano Eruption
April 30, 2013
El Hierro volcano emitted helium with distinct signatures as it rumbled to life. View Full Article »
A GPS javelin being dropped by researchers above Antarctica in January, 2013.
Javelin-Hurling Scientists Measure Antarctic Glacier Melt
April 29, 2013
The glacier surveyed accounts for about 5 percent of global sea level rise. View Full Article »
Caldera left by ancient Toba supervolcano eruption
Supervolcano Not to Blame for Humanity's Near-Extinction
April 29, 2013
Atmosphere and life recovered from eruption effects more quickly than thought. View Full Article »
st marks national wildlife refuge, bird migrations, lighthouses, great florida birding trail
Ahoy! St. Marks Lighthouse Beckons Migrating Birds
April 29, 2013
Second-oldest lighthouse in Florida still operates today. View Full Article »
Map of Chile earthquakes and deformation
How Earthquakes in Chile Have Permanently Deformed Earth
April 28, 2013
Earth may not rebound from earthquakes as well as previously thought. View Full Article »
Mangaia rock sample
Best Earth Images of the Week — Apr. 26, 2013
April 27, 2013
Mother Earth's recycling plan, a rough wildfire season ahead and Earth Day in space are a few of our top choices this week. Check these out. View Full Article »
beautiful bike rides, bicycle touring
7 Beautiful Bike Rides
April 25, 2013
Strap on a helmet and pedal through some of the most beautiful terrain in America. View Full Article »
Earth's layers
Earth's Core 1,000 Degrees Hotter Than Expected
April 25, 2013
New experiment looked at the melting temperature of iron under pressure. View Full Article »
Yellowstone National Park crater
Corn Syrup Experiment Mimics Yellowstone Magma Plume
April 25, 2013
Experiment aims to answer whether Yellowstone mantle plume exists. View Full Article »
dust storms, sandstorms, what is a dust storm
7 Crazy Facts about Dust Storms
April 24, 2013
One dust storm allegedly buried an entire army. View Full Article »
Mangaia rock sample
Extreme Green: Earth Recycles 2.5-Billion-Year-Old Ocean Crust
April 24, 2013
Remnants of Earth's early history have been discovered in a young Cook Islands volcano. View Full Article »
Earthquakes in New Mexico and Colorado from 2001 to 2011.
New Mexico Earthquakes Linked to Wastewater Injection
April 23, 2013
Source of tremors is wastewater injection wells, research confirms. View Full Article »
Athens Acropolis
Did an Earthquake Destroy Ancient Greece?
April 23, 2013
Geologists investigate whether an earthquake ended Mycenaean culture. View Full Article »
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