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A donation in size never seen before, SUNY Potsdam's Geology Department was gifted a pile of 14 aging wooden crates filled with unique rocks and minerals.
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A massive earthquake along the New Madrid fault kills or injures 60,000 people in Tennessee.
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MOUNT ST. HELENS, Wash.--Thirty-three years ago on May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens erupted and changed the landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
Two earthquakes rattled the far Northern California coast Saturday morning, but authorities say there are no reports of damage or injuries.
Alaska's remote Pavlof Volcano has been shooting lava hundreds of feet into the air, but its ash plume is thinning and is no longer making it dangerous for airplanes to fly nearby.
What happened the last time a vegetated Earth shifted from an extremely cold climate to desert-like conditions? And what does it tell us about climate change today? John Isbell is on a quest to coax that information from the geology of the southernmost portions of the Earth.
So begins National Geographic staff writer Rowe Findley's gripping firsthand account of the events leading up to the massive May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St.
An Afghan worker helps excavate part of the mountaintop copper works above the ancient city at Mes Aynak in February.
One of Alaska's most restless volcanoes shot an ash cloud 15,000 feet into the air Friday in an ongoing eruption that is visible for miles.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 4.4-magnitude earthquake at 9:43 a.m about 12 miles northeast of Shawville, Canada.
Shawville, Que., Mayor Albert Armstrong thought a large truck had slammed into the three-storey brick walls of City Hall.
People on both sides of the border felt an earthquake originating around the Quebec and Ontario borders, the Canadian government said.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 4.4 earthquake occurred at 9:43 a.m., centered in Shawville, Ontario.
Mary Simmons uses both sides of her brain: she has a Masters of Science degree in geology and she enjoys painting, pottery and making jewelry, often using natural materials from the local landscape.
A small earthquake jolted parts of southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming. The U.S. Geological Survey says the temblor measured at 3.6 magnitude occurred late Wednesday on the Idaho side of the Idaho-Wyoming border.
A new study says natural gas drilling, or fracking, hasn't contaminated drinking water wells in Arkansas but researchers say the geology there is more of a natural barrier to pollution than in other areas where drilling takes place.