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Curiosity is a mobile robot designed to investigate the geology of Mars. Image by NASA.


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What is LNG - Liquefied Natural Gas?
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An LNG carrier docked at the Bontang LNG liquefaction terminal in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The LNG is carried in the ship*s four dome-shaped tanks. Image copyright iStockphoto / Mayumi Terao.


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Earth*s Lightning Hotspots
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The world*s top lightning hotspot is over Lake Maracaibo in northwestern Venezuela. Here, nocturnal thunderstorms occur on average about 297 days per year and produce an average of about 232 lightning flashes / square kilometer / year. Photo by NASA.


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This image shows remnants of the artificial dune, completely removed by the March 2018 storm (left foreground), and engineered protection put in place by private property owners (right).


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Rocks On Mars Look a Lot Like Rocks On Earth
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This photograph was taken by NASA*s Mars Rover Curiosity on August 27, 2015 using its mast camera. It shows an outcrop of cross-bedded sandstone on the lower slope of Mars* Mount Sharp. The cross-bedding is very similar to the wind-blown sand outcrops commonly found in the U.S. Southwest. NASA directly compared this image to an in Utah. Image by NASA.


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Pictograph Photo Gallery
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A pictograph is a drawing or painting that is created on a rock. It is not *carved* into the rock - that would be a *petroglyph.*


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The Brahmaputra River drains part of the south flanks of the Himalaya Mountains and has a drainage basin that includes parts of China, India, Bhutan and Bangladesh.

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Off the coast of Argentina, in spring and summer, conditions are often just right for populations of marine phytoplankton explode into enormous blooms. NASA Earth Observatory image by Lauren Dauphin, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey and using MODIS data from NASA EOSDIS LANCE and GIBS/Worldview.


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The lack of snow cover in December left Japan*s iconic mountain looking a little different than usual.


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Volcanic ash and gas emissions continue from Popocatepetl, one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico.


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Aerial thermal image taken at approximately 8:30 AM HST, January 5, 2020. The *perched* lava lake geometry has become much more apparent over the past week as the cooler perimeter of the lava lake widens. USGS thermal image by M. Patrick.


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Quote from the article by Doug MacDonald (professor of anthropology at the University of Montana): *Pretty much anywhere you*d want to pitch a tent, there are artifacts. Like us, Native Americans liked to camp on flat ground, close to water, with a beautiful view.*

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At least 200 glaciers along the coast of Greenland have retreated over the past 20 years.


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This image shows periodic bedding in Tithonium Chasma of Valles Marineris. Image by NASA / JPL / University of Arizona.


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Image and story by Joshua Stevens and Kathryn Hansen, using data from the National Snow and Ice Data Center courtesy of Julienne Stroeve / Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling.


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Quote from the article: "Students and recent graduates struggle to get hired as the oil industry cuts tens of thousands of jobs, some of which may never come back."

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Map of seismicity (red circles) in the Yellowstone region during 2020. Gray lines are roads, red line shows the caldera boundary, Yellowstone National Park is outlined by black dashed line, and gray dashed lines denote state boundaries.


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NASA image by Norman Kuring/NASA*s Ocean Color Web, using Landsat data from the U.S. Geological Survey.


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The government advises residents of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an island chain in the eastern Caribbean, to evacuate after La Soufriere volcano spews gas and volcanic ash.

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Annotated eruption photograph taken at 5 PM HST on December 30, 2020, from the south rim of Halema*uma*u, Kilauea Volcano summit. Photo by K. Lynn, USGS.


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The swerving path of Antarctic iceberg A-68A is dictated by a large and powerful current. Map by Lauren Dauphin and Joshua Stevens, NASA Earth Observatory.


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Mauna Loa is not erupting but it remains at volcano alert-level ADVISORY and aviation color-code YELLOW. The alert-level and aviation color-code were raised in July 2019 and remain elevated because GPS measurements continue to show slow, long-term summit inflation, consistent with magma supply to the volcano*s shallow storage system. Monitoring data, however, do not indicate that a Mauna Loa eruption is imminent. Photo by L. DeSmither, USGS.


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Structure Information Summary
Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are vulnerable to earthquake shaking, though resistant structures exist. The predominant vulnerable building types are mud wall with wood and unreinforced brick with mud construction.

Secondary Effects
Recent earthquakes in this area have caused secondary hazards such as landslides that might have contributed to losses.

Data from the USGS "Did you feel it?" reports.


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Photograph of the northern and eastern rim of the 9400-year-old Turbid Lake explosion crater showing the primary explosion ejecta rim with a secondary explosion ejecta rim inside the lake-occupied explosion crater. Many, if not most, larger explosion craters have multiple explosion histories and are long-lived hydrothermal systems.


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Vents on the caldera wall continue to flow lava into the crater lava lake.


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Chief Ranger: *All it takes is a slight change in wind direction and these offenders could inhale a fatal dose of volcanic gas*

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In the American Southwest, accurately predicting these storms has remained a challenge. Daniel Tong, an atmospheric scientist at George Mason University, is working to change that with a new satellite-aided dust forecasting system.

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An astronaut photo of Newberry Volcano from the International Space Station. Newberry Volcano last erupted 1300 years ago.


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What Are *Herkimer Diamonds*?
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*Herkimer Diamonds* (actually doubly terminated quartz crystals) collected at a in Herkimer County, New York.


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Limonite Pigments: Ochers of Various Colors
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Limonite Pigment: Several colors of limonite pigment. They are clockwise from top left: lemon ocher, yellow ocher, orange ocher, and brown ocher. These pigments were prepared by grinding limonite to a fine powder. They are mixed with oil to produce a pigment of the desired consistency and mixed with one another, or other pigments, to produce an infinite number of other hues.


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Known as Tule (too-lee), this opaque fog spread across California in time for the 2020 winter solstice. Though it can look pretty from above, the dense fog can be hazardous for people on the ground.


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USGS scientist Ryan Taylor collects samples from tailings piles at the Cheever Mine in Essex County, New York.

Rare Earth Elements and their Uses
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The Rare Earth Elements are the 15 lanthanide series elements, plus yttrium. Scandium is found in most rare earth element deposits and is sometimes classified as a rare earth element. Image by jpum.net.


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Sunrise at the new eruption site in Kilauea caldera.

What is a Caldera? How Do Calderas Form?
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A satellite view of Crater Lake, one of the world's most famous calderas. Crater Lake formed about 7700 years ago when a massive volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama emptied a large magma chamber below the mountain. The fractured rock above the magma chamber collapsed to produce a massive crater over six miles across. Centuries of rain and snow filled the caldera, creating Crater Lake. With a depth of 1949 feet (594 meters), Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and the ninth-deepest lake in the world. The image above was produced using Landsat GeoCover data from NASA.


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A vent in the wall of the Halemaumau crater produces a fountaining eruption that feeds the lava lake in the bottom of the crater.


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Diamond Mines in Canada
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How Do Snowflakes Form?
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Snowflake Crystal Forms: Photograph of snowflakes revealing their hexagonal (six-sided) crystalline structure. This crystalline structure makes ice a "mineral." Image by NOAA.


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A M 4.4 and occurred Sunday night at Kilauea volcano, Hawaii.


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This image from NASA*s Terra satellite shows fog-filled glacial valleys in British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.


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An astronaut aboard the International Space Station shot this photograph of Noumea, the capital city of New Caledonia.

Where Is New Caledonia?
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New Caledonia is a group of islands located in the South Pacific Ocean. New Caledonia is east of Australia and southeast of Papua New Guinea.


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The first and only total eclipse of 2020 stretched from the equatorial Pacific to the South Atlantic, passing through southern Argentina and Chile. Image by Joshua Stevens, using GOES 16 imagery courtesy of NOAA and the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service and umbral shadow calculations from NASA/GSFC. Caption by Michael Carlowicz with Kasha Patel.


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