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Oxford Earth Sciences contributes to Stanford Mineral-X Launch

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  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
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14
Nov

Recreation of ancient seawater reveals which nutrients shaped the evolution of early life

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
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05
Oct

Ancient carbon in rocks releases as much Carbon Dioxide as the world's volcanoes

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  • Earth resources
  • Net Zero
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13
Sep

Rethinking Natural Resources with the Oxford Martin School

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  • Earth resources
  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
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07
Sep

Damaged tectonic plates underlying large igneous provinces heal themselves during cooling new study shows

  • Earth resources
  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
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11
Aug

Ocean-bottom seismometers deployed near the equatorial Mid-Atlantic Ridge provide new constraints on the mechanisms of plate formation and divergence.

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  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
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Jun

New Oxford study sheds light on the origin of animals

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  • Palaeobiology and Evolution
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Jun

Earthquakes in ice could be used to reduce uncertainty in sea-level rise projections.

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  • Geophysics and Geodynamics
  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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May

Importance of deep and offshore groundwater in the current water scarcity crisis

  • Earth resources
  • Geodesy, tectonics, volcanology and related hazards
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Apr

World's biggest cumulative logjam, newly mapped in the arctic, stores 3.4 million tones of carbon

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  • Oceanography, Climate and Palaeoenvironment
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