In 2017, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Mexico City, toppling 40 buildings and killing over 300 people.
The early Earth may have never mixed up quite as thoroughly as scientists had thought.
The crystals carry a memory of environmental changes the way trees do with their rings.
The strange rock found in Australia bore a striking resemblance to some very distant geology.
Māori people consider the mountain to be an ancestor.
The new land mass may be similar to Mars.
The global events happen way more often than scientists thought.
Preliminary results from a drilling expedition are beginning to reveal secrets of the world's "newest" continent.
The two-month expedition will drill into the seafloor to find out more about the submerged “continent.”
The borehole revealed extreme underground heat and fluid pressure that could be used as a source of geothermal energy.
Earth's magnetic field has reversed periodically throughout the planet's history. Now, we're a little closer to understanding why.
A week after the U.K. formally began the process of exiting the EU, geologists look at Britain's original split from mainland Europe.
Catalina is descending into the Pacific as two small plates move apart from each other.
Bridgmanite is buried deep in the planet’s lower mantle, making it nearly impossible to study.