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geo-chro-nol-o-gy 1. the history of the earth 2. the science of determining the ages of earth materials ...decoding the 4.5 billion-year history of our planet and solar system
Felipe Orellana-Rovirosa and Mark Richards are authors of “Rough vs. Smooth Topography along Oceanic Hotspot Tracks: Observations and Scaling Analysis.” The article came out in Volume 44,...
Elizabeth Mitnick (pictured) and Donald DePaolo are co-authors of “Evaluation of accessible mineral surface areas for improved prediction of mineral reaction rates in porous media.” The...
Chris Johnson was interviewed on San Francisco Bay Area ABC 7 News to discuss the possible relationship between weather cycles and seismic activity. He noted that Berkeley seismologists do...
Roland Bürgmann is co-author of “Toward full exploitation of coherent and incoherent information in Sentinel-1 TOPS data for retrieving surface displacement: Application to the 2016...
CRISPR stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, which are segments of prokaryotic DNA containing short, repetitive base sequences.
Shuai Zhang, Kevin Driver, François Soubiran and Burkhard Militzer are co-authors of “Path integral Monte Carlo simulations of warm dense sodium.” The article came out in Volume 21,...
David Burstein is co-author of “Two distinct Rnase activities of CRISPR-C2c2 enable guide-RNA processing and RNA detection.” The article was published in the journal Nature.
Marissa Tremblay (pictured), David Shuster and Greg Balco are co-authors of “Neon diffusion kinetics and implications for cosmogenic neon paleothermometry in feldspars.” The research...
Highlights •Experiments show that between 6 and 21 GPa CaCO3 melts within 50 K of 2000 K. •Experiments place the calcite V-aragonite-liquid invariant point at 13 GPa and 1970 K. •...

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