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Rockin’ Rewind Wednesday: Mapping a Legacy

By Antoinette Rahn On this day (Jan. 30), 197 years ago, an Austrian couple welcomed a son, Franz von Hauer, to the world. I’m guessing like...
Siccar Point_Devonian Period

Rock & Gem Kids: Geology 101 – Unconformity

By Jim Brace-Thompson Sediments build up in layers, giving us a geological record. An unconformity records a gap in that record. For instance, there may...
Coverage of earth's core

Earth Science in the News: Rethinking Earth’s Core

By Jim Brace-Thompson Earth has often been compared to a many-layered onion. There’s a solid and brittle crust, a squishy mantle, a fluid outer core,...

Issue Highlights: January 2019

Below is a snapshot of some of the topics and interest you can expect to see in the pages of the January 2019 issue...

Prehistoric Lubbock: Exploring Lubbock Lake Landmark

Editor's Note: This is one part of a three-part series. Enjoy part 1 >> and part II >> Photos and story by Helen Serras-Herman Lubbock Lake...
Quartz var. amethyst, Piedra Parada

De Colores: Las Vigas Veracruz and Amatitlan

Editor's Note: This is one of 10 Mexican locales recognized for mineral production. View the rest of the list as part of an article...