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2014

May 2014
  • Shake Tables
  • Supervolcanoes
  • Tramping New Zealand
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April 2014
  • Arctic Shorelines
  • Europa
  • Permian Acid Rain
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March 2014
  • Hiking the Sierras
  • Meteotsunamis
  • Lightning erosion
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February 2014
  • Colorado's Floods
  • High-flying Diatoms
  • Harvesting Fog
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January 2014
  • Hazards and Risk
  • Touring Antarctica
  • Pruning the Hominin Tree
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2013

December 2013
  • Year in Review
  • Holiday Gift Guide
  • Quake finding with Photos
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November 2013
  • Game Theory
  • Organic Solar
  • La Brea Insects
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October 2013
  • Superstorm Sandy
  • Screaming Volcano
  • Energy Story
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September 2013
  • Big Data
  • Afghan Minerals
  • El Nino and Tornadoes
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August 2013
  • Field Camp Today
  • Geology of Cuba
  • Hurricane Forecasting
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July 2013
  • Drones for Science
  • Iowa Crater
  • Water and Energy
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June 2013
  • Ecosystem Observatory
  • Medieval Belgium Landscape
  • California Tectonics
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May 2013
  • Touring Moab
  • Sea Level Fight in NC
  • Energy Security
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April 2013
  • Apollo Revisited
  • Ice Triggered Volcanoes
  • Finding Meteorites
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March 2013
  • Grand Canyon Floods
  • Species Rafting
  • Remote Sensing of Nuclear Weapons
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February 2013
  • Solar Storm Dangers
  • Drinking Waste Water
  • Phoning ET
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January 2013
  • Burgess Shale
  • Superquakes
  • Solar Storms on the Horizon
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2012

December 2012
  • 2012 in Review
  • Gift Guide
  • Future of Natural Gas
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November 2012
  • Hurriquakes
  • USArray: The Earth Telescope
  • Danish Bog Find
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October 2012
  • Boom in the Bakken
  • Catastrophe Modelling for Insurance
  • Earlier American Migration
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September 2012
  • DIY Lava
  • Tracking Quakes at Home
  • Weight Dinosaurs
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August 2012
  • End of the World
  • Trash to Fuel
  • Sumatra Volcanoes
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July 2012
  • Acid Rain
  • Big Questions in Geoscience
  • Louisiana Drowning
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June 2012
  • Megacity Carbon
  • Seismic Hazard Reassessment
  • Megafauna Extinction
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May 2012
  • U.S. Navy in the Arctic
  • Geology of Twinkies
  • Kilauea's Explosive Past
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April 2012
  • Volcano Tourism
  • Voyager's Odyssey
  • La Nina and the Flu
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March 2012
  • Nigeria's artisanal mining
  • Visiting Death Valley
  • Triceratops' true identity
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February 2012
  • Tracking Plastic in the Ocean
  • Water on Mars
  • Hiking Volcanoes in Congo
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January 2012
  • Afghanistan Minerals
  • Redefining Brent Crude
  • Astronomy from under Antarctica
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2011

December 2011
  • Highlights of 2011
  • Geoscience Jobs Abound
  • Killer Lake Gas
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November 2011
  • New Dust Bowl
  • Climate and Conflict
  • Ghost Ranch, NM
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October 2011
  • South Africa Acid Mine Drainage
  • Santa Fe Impact Structure
  • Teaching Evolution in the Muslim World
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September 2011
  • 9/11's Lingering Health Effects
  • NASA's failed Glory
  • Toppled Mountains Reveal Past Quakes
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August 2011
  • Exploring Australia
  • Minerals crisis
  • Water quality and fracking
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July 2011
  • Creationism creeps into conferences
  • Ash-proof Jet Engines
  • Mt. Lassen & Florissant
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June 2011
  • Japan and New Zealand Quakes
  • Stonehammer GeoPark
  • New biofuels
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May 2011
  • Yellowstone Volcanism
  • National Energy-Water Policy
  • Earliest Human Ancestor
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April 2011
  • Microbes in Salt
  • Midwest Quake Threat
  • The Inca Trail
  • Science Education
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March 2011
  • Exploring Colorado
  • Oil, Water, and WWII
  • Springs led humans out of Africa
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February 2011
  • Next Oil & Gas Frontiers
  • OPEC: The next 50 years
  • Rethinking Dinosaur Origins
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January 2011
  • America Exports Emissions to China
  • Wind Parted the Red Sea
  • Dinosaur Cartilage Adds Up
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2010

December 2010
  • Highlights of 2012
  • After the spill
  • What Does it Mean to be Human?
  • Velociraptor Cousin Roamed Romania
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November 2010
  • Greening Aviation
  • Travel to the top of Europe
  • Reclaiming Abandoned Mines
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October 2010
  • Fixing Pakistan's Water Woes
  • Geologists Trace Hannibal's March
  • Commentary: There is life on Mars
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September 2010
  • Are we Headed Toward a Polarity Reversal?
  • TB Linked to African Mining
  • Putting the Gulf Oil Spill in Perspective
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August 2010
  • Searching for Life on Mars
  • Investing in Geoengineering
  • Mammoth Blood Brought Back to Life
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July 2010
  • Paradise Lost: When tsunamis and storms devastate water resources
  • Should we Outsource NASA?
  • Isotopes ID Wine Fraud
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June 2010
  • Do Impacts Trigger Extinctions? Impact Theory still Controversial
  • Low Demand Shutters Oil Refineries
  • The Science and Politics of Landslides
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May 2010
  • Indonesia's Muddy Mess: Managing a Massive Mud Volcano
  • Exploring Patagonia
  • CIA Shares Data with Scientists
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April 2010
  • A Geologist's Take on Climbing Kilimanjaro
  • Seattle's Quake Risk Rises
  • Geologists Helping Out Haiti
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March 2010
  • Reeling in Ocean Sprawl
  • Landslides: An Uninsurable Hazard
  • Busting Global Warming Myths
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February 2010
  • Oil & Water: Mixing Energy and Marine Life Safely
  • Congress Considers Geoengineering
  • Golf Course "Water Hazards"
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January 2010
  • Thirsty Cities: Atlanta, Denver, Tuscon
  • Warmer Winters brings Termites
  • Why Icehotel's Ice is Crystal Clear
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2009

December 2009
  • Into the Crystal Ball: Reflections on 2009, Projections for 2010
  • Moon Holds Water
  • Holiday Gift Guide
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November 2009
  • Mining's Next Generation: the Light at the end of the Economic Tunnel
  • Road Salt Killing Fish
  • Strange Tides on East Coast
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October 2009
  • Tracking Volcanic Ash: Scientists help Airplanes Avoid Catastrophe
  • Deflecting Incoming Asteroids
  • Tweeting about Earthquakes
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September 2009
  • Extinctions: Who Survives, Who Dies, and Why
  • Milky Way Steals Star
  • Mississippi's Drowning Delta
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August 2009
  • Super-Earths: Searching for New Worlds
  • Giant Gas Deposits Found in Gulf
  • Is Space Law Failing?
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July 2009
  • Moving Afghanistan Forward: Science finds the keys to the future
  • Why Italy's Quake was so Damaging
  • Forming Hawaii's Kink
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June 2009
  • When Wildfires Threaten: Fight or Flee?
  • Saving Iraq's Marshes
  • Peak Oil: Bring it on!
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May 2009
  • Smarter Electricity
  • Shipboard Desalinzation
  • Budget Boon for Sciences?
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April 2009
  • Coal: Panacea or Plague?
  • Hunting Speeds Evolution
  • Fertilizing the Oceans
  • Ocean Forming in Ethiopia
  • A Different World: Supercontinents and Colassal Rivers
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March 2009
  • Rewriting Rivers: Did we get it wrong?
  • Superior Sanitation: Recycling Wastes
  • Tsunami Swallowed Manhattan
  • Earthquakes Rattle Yellowstone - and Nerves
  • Aiding Agriculture from Outer- and Cyberspace
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February 2009
  • Powered by Pond Scum: Algae Biofuels
  • Sickness after Storms
  • Drought Collapsed Roman Empire
  • Energy Department Rejects Interim Nuclear Waste Storage
  • Chemicals in your Drinking Water?
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January 2009
  • Stonehenge's Mysterious Stones: A Tale of Glaciers, Man, Rocks, and North America
  • Reducing the Poor's Vulnerability to Disasters
  • Obama's Plans for Science
  • Satellites Track Disease
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2008

December 2008
  • Year-End Review: Highlights of 2008
  • DNA Tracks Ancient Migrations
  • Urban Sprawl and your Commute
  • Bad Table Manners helped Dinosaurs Grow
  • Tracing Mercury in the Environment
  • Energy in the Marketplace
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November 2008
  • Energy Economics: What Really Drives Oil & Gas Prices?
  • New York's Earthquake Risk
  • Danger in your Kitchen Counter
  • Prehistoric Beer Tastes Great
  • How Russian Energy Shapes Geopolitics
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October 2008
  • Its No Bluff: Resources, Global Power, and the American Dilemma
  • Quake Alarm to the Rescue?
  • Paleontologists Teach Med School
  • San Andreas Fault Heads South
  • Amazon Provides Carbon Sink in Atlantic
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September 2008
  • America's Largest Oil Spill
  • Fossilized Feces Tell Tales
  • Congress: The art of un-legislating
  • Coral Reefs in Danger
  • Icebergs float off South Carolina Coast
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