Landmasses gurgle up out of the ocean with surprising frequency. But how do these baby islands break the surface in the first place, and which ones get to grow into the trendy hotspot of future generations?
The risk of a major earthquake hitting California in the next 30 years has risen dramatically, according to improved forecasting techniques.
The Earth's innermost section is different from what scientists expected. Continue reading →
This assortment of monoliths represent some of the biggest rocks on Earth.
An 1815 geological map of the British Isles changed the way we look at the ground beneath us. Continue reading →
With the Earthscope project complete from California to Maine, scientists have sharpened their view of the mysterious mantle structures underneath the United States.
Sometime in the distant future, the Earth once again will have a massive supercontinent, and today's beachfront real estate will be a lot less desirable.
A vast ancient canyon lies buried underneath a present-day river that cuts through the Himalayas in Tibet.
+ Load More