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A Curtin University researcher has revealed that Australia`s deadly eruptions, which occurred over 510 million years ago, were the significant reason behind the climate change that caused history`s first known mass extinction.
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Scientists have said that Greenland`s shrunken ice sheet was smaller than today about 3-5,000 years ago.
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Flooding in north eastern China has inundated famous dinosaur excavation sites and a local museum, as workers worry dinosaur fossils may be swept away.
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A majority of mine owners in Goa have ignored the State Government`s order to submit details of mining activity during the last five years.
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Increasing human activities are augmenting the risk of natural disasters in the ecologically sensitive region of Kedarnath, a latest study claims.
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The weather cleared up at most places across Uttarakhand on Saturday giving the much needed pace to relief operations even as efforts were intensified to trace Almora SDM Ajay Arora, who fell into the Mandakini river three days ago.
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Goa Mines and Geology Department has digitised all its records, including mining plans right up to 1930s, following fears that they might get lost during shifting of its office premises.
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Manohar Parrikar, in his message uploaded on the state mines and geology department website Monday, also said that production in Goa is around 20 million tonnes presently.
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Heaps of confidential files were on Tuesday shifted to an undisclosed location by Goa`s Mines and Geology Department.
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Scientists have identified 15 distinct regions of Antarctica and its near-shore islands.
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Google has celebrated the 374th birthday of Nicolas Steno, known as the “father of geology”, with a doodle.
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Some 31 miners who endured 69 days trapped underground when a northern Chile mine collapsed are suing the government for negligence saying there was lack of security, one of them said.
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