Geochemistry, High Pressure

Washington, DC—New work from a research team led by the Geophysical Laboratory's Anat Shahar contains some unexpected findings about iron chemistry under high-pressure conditions, such as those likely found in the Earth’s core, where iron predominates and creates our planet’s life-shielding magnetic field.

Astrobiology, Geochemistry, Planetary Science

The Geophysical Laboratory's Zack Gaballe and Rajasekarakumar Vadapoo and DTM's Miki Nakajima, Erika Nesvold, and Johanna Teske will host "The Second Annual GL/DTM Poster Session"* on Wednesday, 18 May 2016, in the Tuve Dining Hall.

Geochemistry

What sets George Cody, staff scientist at the Geophysical Laboratory,  apart from other geochemists is his pioneering use of sophisticated techniques such as enormous facilities for synchrotron radiation, and sample analysis with nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to characterize hydro

Geochemistry

If you freeze a liquid fast enough, it becomes a glass, something that is structurally similar to liquid but incapable of flow. This concept holds true even for metals.

Geochemistry, Planetary Science

Washington, DC— New work from a team including Carnegie’s Christopher Glein has revealed the pH of water spewing from a geyser-like plume on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.

Geochemistry

Washington, DC, 5 February 2015— A team of Geophysical Laboratory scientists have found “beautifully preserved” 15 million-year-old thin protein sheets in fossil shells from southern Maryland.

Geochemistry

Washington, DC, 27 October 2014—Compared to its nearest planetary neighbors, Venus and Mars, Earth’s atmosphere is unusually enriched in nitrogen relative to primordial noble gases.

Geochemistry

Updated by Dionysis Foustoukos 

Geochemistry

Washington, DC— Mineral evolution is a new way to look at our planet’s history.

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