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Geology: Featured Facts
A National Park of Caves
Geology / Features

Carlsbad Caverns National Park has been designated as a world heritage site because of its unique and surprising geology - a story more than 250 million years old that can be read both above and below continue reading this fact

Natural Gas - The Blue Flame
Geology / Energy

One of the earliest uses of natural gas was to fuel street lights in the 1800s. It is colorless, shapeless, and in its pure form, odorless. For many years, it was discarded as worthless. Even today, some countries (although not the United States) still get rid of it by burning it continue reading this fact

Is the Dead Sea really dead?
Geology / Oceans

Satelite image of the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is located on the boundary between Israel and Jordan at a lowest point on earth, at 400 meters (1,320 feet) below sea level. All waters from the region, including the biggest source, the continue reading this fact

All Facts
Earth Measurement:
  1. The Richter Magnitude Scale
  2. What is Geodesy?
Earthquakes:
  1. Earthquake Weather?
  2. Silent Earthquakes
  3. The San Andreas Fault
  4. Was That The Big One? Depends On How You Measured It.
  5. When This Lake 'Burps,' Better Watch Out!
Energy:
  1. Fossil Energy - The Basics
  2. Natural Gas - The Blue Flame
  3. There's Oil Down There
Environment:
  1. The Hole Scoop on Ozone
  2. What is Haze?
Features:
  1. A Continent In Deep Freeze
  2. A National Park of Caves
  3. A River of Sand
  4. Bryce Canyon
  5. Crater Lake
  6. Devils Postpile National Monument
  7. Geology Played Key Role in the End of the Civil War
  8. Heading For The Badlands
  9. Salty Remnants At Death Valley's Badwater
  10. The Importance of Cave and Karst Systems
  11. What's So Bad About The Badlands?
  12. White Sands National Monument
Geodynamics:
  1. Flipping Magnetic Fields
  2. Is Earth Getting Fatter Around the Belt?
  3. Landslides and Mudflows
  4. Pointing North
  5. Under The Crust
  6. Water In The Ground
  7. What are Hoodoos?
Glaciers:
  1. Arctic Carbon a Potential Wild Card in Climate Change Scenarios
  2. Glaciers: Rivers of Ice
  3. Retreating Glaciers Spur Alaskan Earthquakes
  4. The World's Biggest Popsicle
Global Climate Change:
  1. Antarctica and Climate Change
  2. CALIPSO in 2004
  3. Distant Mountains Influence River Levels 50 Years Later
  4. Finding Ice In The Rocks--Evidence Of Earth's Ice Ages
  5. Getting Burned By Acid Rain
  6. Global Warming?
  7. How Do We Predict The Climate--100,000 Years Ago?
  8. NASA Explains Dust Bowl Drought
  9. Surprise! Lightning Has Big Effect On Atmospheric Chemistry
  10. The Good, the Bad and the Ozone
  11. What Are The Differences Between Global Warming, Greenhouse Effect, Greenhouse Warming, And Climate Change?
  12. What Causes Ice Ages....Or Global Warming?
  13. Will Runaway Water Warm the World?
Minerals and Gems:
  1. All That Glitters
  2. Diamonds Improved by Irradiation?
  3. Our Most Abundant Fossil Fuel
  4. Robin's Egg Blue
  5. Rock, Mineral, Crystal, or Gemstone?
  6. The Mineral Chalcedony
  7. You, Graphite and Diamonds
Oceans:
  1. A Big, Big Wave
  2. A Undersea View of Our Earth's Geography
  3. Is the Dead Sea really dead?
  4. Is The Sea Really On The Level?
  5. Seamounts - Underwater Mountains
  6. What is an Estuary?
Plate Tectonics:
  1. Pangea
  2. Plate Tectonics
Rocks:
  1. Igneous Rocks, Born of Fire
  2. Metamorphic Rock
  3. Sedimentary Rock
  4. Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition
  5. Zeolites: The Secret Ingredient
Thermal:
  1. Old Faithful - Thar She Blows!
Volcanos:
  1. 1816 - The Year Without A Summer
  2. A Voggy Day On The Big Island
  3. Haleakala Crater
  4. Pyroclastic Flows: Deadly Rivers of Rock
  5. Submarine Volcanoes
  6. Types of Volcanoes
  7. What is Volcanic Ash?
Weather:
  1. A Great Sunset Takes A Few Clouds
  2. A Hurricane In Brazil?
  3. How Much Water in an Inch of Snow?
  4. Hurricanes, The Basics
  5. Lightning Striking Again
  6. Man Made Clouds
  7. Predicting Floods
  8. The Hydrology of Drought
  9. The Importance Of Clouds And Aerosols To Climate Change
  10. The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale
  11. Tornadoes
  12. Wetter not Necessarily Better in Amazon Basin
  13. What Are The Dangers Of Lightning?
  14. What Are The Key Ingredients For An Avalanche?
  15. What Causes The Blue Color That Sometimes Appears In Snow And Ice?
  16. What Is Air Pressure?
  17. What Is The Most Damaging Hazard From A Hurricane?
  18. What's In A Name?
  19. Who Named The Cloud Types?
  20. Why Don't We Try To Destroy Tropical Cyclones?

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