Canada pours millions into megaquake warning system.
New insight into Earth’s crust, mantle and outer core interactions.
NASA finds huge heat-source in Antarctic behind ice shelf crumbling.
3.5 Billion-Year-Old Fossils Challenge Ideas About Earth’s Start.
Earth’s orbital changes have influenced climate, life forms for at least 215 million years.
Why parts of Earth have barely changed in 3 billion years.
The Foundations of Agriculture in Alberta.
‘Semi-infinite’ trove of rare-Earth metals that can be used to create everything from phones to electric cars is found in Japanese waters.
Mantle minerals offer clues to deep Earth’s composition.
400-mile ‘undersea land mass’ found on Google Earth in the Azores.
Thank you to guest writer Britta Jensen of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Science, University of Alberta, for this interesting post about the impact volcanoes have had on our province.
Why You (Probably) Shouldn’t Worry About Earth’s Magnetic Poles Flipping.
Ancient rocks reveal part of Australia was once connected to Canada to form the giant supercontinent ‘Nuna’ that broke up 1.6 billion years ago.
Little-known deep sea volcanic eruption that took place just 600 miles from New Zealand was the world’s largest in 100 years.