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Mount Etna volcano is sliding into the Mediterranean Sea and this may trigger a catastrophic tsunami.

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A study from Plymouth University in the UK shows that, millions of years ago, a natural bridge between England and rest of Europe existed.

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The temperature of granite crystallization underpins the knowledge about many geological phenomena, but evidence is emerging that this temperature may not be well constrained.

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The campaign that led to the WW2 allied victory in May 1945 began with the invasion in Normandy (June 6, 1944) where geology was a major issue to be considered.

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After a huge crack made an appearance in the south-western Kenya, the question that lies is whether Africa is slowly splitting apart.

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It's a hidden place of untamed beauty along Myanmar's southern coastline. Among the most compelling images of its tropical islands are sheer limestone cliffs rising, sometimes, hundreds of metres from the sea, holed with caves and fringed with jungle. But how were these scenic tropical shorelines formed over the ages?

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In a report released on April 18, 2017, the country's Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARN) reported a sudden increase in internal seismic vibration under San Miguel volcano, between 00:20 and 00:30 UTC on April 18. 

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