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Glacier-dwelling bacteria thrive on chemical energy derived from rocks and water
Who needs sunlight? Not these microbes.
Meet the former government officials who quit or retired to protest ‘blatant disregard’ of science
Scientists have described Trump appointees meddling with everything from nutrition research to COVID-19 data to mining and survey reports.
Here’s what a ‘very likely’ sequel to California’s 1862 megastorm would look like
The ARkStorm project reminds residents that preparedness is key.
Our rivers and lakes contain a scary number of pesticides and pharmaceuticals
And they only tested for a fraction of the 85,000 known chemicals
Man-made earthquakes will continue to shake the country
Oil and natural gas drilling is still shaking things up
Study Finds Fireworks Contaminated Groundwater Near Mount Rushmore
Cause baby you're a menace to society
Deadly Magnitude 7.8 Earthquake Strikes Ecuador
Area has a history of catastrophic quakes
Denali Gets A New (Smaller) Height To Go With Its New Name
I remember when you were this big
The USGS Is Mapping Human-Caused Earthquake Hazards
Earthquake mapping reveals humans can actually cause earthquakes.
Colorado Mud Slide’s Next Moves Are A Mystery, Say Geologists
Cameras and sensors set on the multi-mile slide are monitoring it for changes