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The current fluid movement rates induced by human activities are higher.

Study explains how soil traps carbon

New findings explain how soil sequesters plant-based carbon from the atmosphere.

Ancient seafloor vents supplied life-giving minerals into Earth’s early oceans

Study highlights the importance of hydrothermal vents in supplying minerals.

The rock that creates clouds

Scientists discovered what happens during this process.

LionGlass: A new glass for the future

Super strong, eco-friendly glass: 10x strength, half carbon emissions.

Childhood stunting is linked with low zinc levels in soil

Growing solutions to childhood stunting.

Earth’s most ancient impact craters are disappearing

Earth's earliest history still holds mysteries for geologists, and ancient craters could offer some answers.

Microbes can be used to extract valuable minerals from mining waste

Researchers developed new mining technique to recover metals & store carbon.

A new model reveals the surprising behavior of minerals deep in the planet’s interior

The processes are actually happening in a manner completely opposite to what had been previously theorized.

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