Earth’s vast habitats from the poles to the equator have robust capacity to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere due to previously undiscovered rock nitrogen weathering reactions that distribute natural fertilizers around the world.
Week Thirty-six – One Day At A Time
“September the Seventh………..Yesnaby”
Signs of Milankovich Effect during Snowball Earth episodes
“The idea that the Earth was like a giant snowball during the Neoproterozoic Era arose from the discovery of rocks of that age that could only have formed as a result of glaciation. “
Greenland’s Ancient Crystal Graveyards: Evidence of Earth’s Magma Ocean
Researchers have found the chemical remnants of the magma ocean in 3.6-billion-year-old rocks from southwestern Greenland.
Alison Sutherland ‘Rocks’
This amazing woman left behind not just the fond memories of those who knew her but stored inside her garage is an outstanding geological collection.
First Evidence for Glaciation at Earth’s ‘Boring Billion’
Scottish rocks have provided evidence of a previously unknown ice age that has shed new light on the evolution of the planet.