The latest news on geology
African study reveals how land gives way to ocean crust.
The Southwest region of the U.S. undergoes warmer, more arid periods lasting hundreds of years.
In experiments, microorganisms stimulate minerals to produce hydrogen, a key fuel for growth.
Scientists confirm samples of geologic evidence show high levels of oxidation in the Earth's mantle.
Chemicals from Siberian eruption may have triggered history's greatest catastrophe.
By keeping an ear to the ice, scientists can predict impending glacial crack-ups two weeks in advance.
ASU study of endolithic cyanobacteria has implications for coral reefs and mussel aquaculture.
Scientists are drilling in hopes of unearthing scientific treasures hidden for 500,000 years.
Biological activity in ocean crust has bacteria with a remarkable range of capabilities.
Months of volcanic restlessness preceded the eruptions of Icelandic volcano.