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January 9, 2020

World's oldest fossil trees uncovered in New York

“The earliest fossilised trees, dating back 386 million years, have been found at an abandoned quarry in New York.” (BBC)

January 9, 2020

Punta Ventana in Puerto Rico collapses as powerful tremor hits

"A popular tourist rock formation in Puerto Rico has collapsed after a strong earthquake shook the island, damaging homes and causing power cuts." (BBC)

December 20, 2019

Earth's magnetic north pole is heading for Russia

“Unlike its geographical poles, Earth's magnetic poles that serve as the foundation of our navigation are actively moving.” (CNN)

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APGO Education Foundation awards two scholarships to geoscience students

Congratulations Derek Leung, Laurentian University and Joachim de Fourestier, Carleton University.

APGO Education Foundation awards first Arsalan Mohajer bursary

In support of Internationally-Trained Geoscientists.

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Ice age floodwater 650 feet deep - moving at 65 miles per hour - left Giant Current Ripples along the Columbia River at West Bar!

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