Archives: Eos

Enhancements to the largely invisible framework will enable researchers to investigate pressing questions about our planet’s future.

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As Earth ruptures, micas kink. These kink bands hide in rocks millions of years old, preserving evidence of past quakes.

Volcanic eruptions spread harmful metals in the environment. Now the biggest study to date details exactly where they end up.

Mass spectroscopy of tree ring material indicates a sharp, single-year rise in carbon-14 concentrations consistent with an extreme solar energetic particle event that occurred around 5410 BCE.

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New seismic imaging study of the Puysegur Trench aims to solve one of the last major questions in plate tectonics.

Scientists discovered magmatic remnants of a volcanic arc by dating granitic rocks of the middle crust excavated by, and hidden within, the Chicxulub impact crater.

A community effort finds that carbonate standards eliminate the interlaboratory differences plaguing carbonate clumped-isotope thermometry studies.

Cassini’s final flybys of Saturn’s largest moon may have captured a temperature drop due to rainfall, one of the first observations of weather changes on Titan.

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Researchers observe how water vapor and liquid alter sedimentary rocks through physical and chemical processes.

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By compressing iron oxide to pressures expected inside a large and rocky exoplanet, scientists discovered that such mantles could layer, mix, and flow in ways very different from those inside our planet.