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A rocky relationship: A history of Earth’s continents breaking up and getting back together

A new study of rocks that formed billions of years ago lends fresh insight into how Earth’s plate tectonics, or the movement of large pieces of Earth’s outer shell, evolved over the planet’s 4.56-billion-year history. Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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When corals met algae: Symbiotic relationship crucial to reef survival dates to the Triassic

The mutually beneficial relationship between algae and modern corals — which provides algae with shelter, gives coral reefs their colors and supplies both organisms with nutrients — began more than 210 million years ago, according to a new study by … Continue reading

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Relationship between soil color and climate

Samples of soil from different places What is the first color that comes to mind when you envision soil? Is it brown, black, yellow, or red? How about white, gray, green, or blue? Any of these answers are correct depending … Continue reading

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New insights into the relationship between erosion and tectonics in the Himalayas

Through its unique topography and relationship with the Asian monsoons, the Himalayan system constitute the largest erosion system of the planet. Earth’s climate interacts with so called surface processes — such as landslides or river erosion — and tectonics to … Continue reading

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New insights into the relationship between erosion and tectonics in the Himalayas

Earth’s climate interacts with so called surface processes — such as landslides or river erosion — and tectonics to shape the landscape that we see. In some regions, the sheer force of these processes has led scientists to believe that … Continue reading

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Global data shows inverse relationship, shift in human use of fire

Humans use fire for heating, cooking, managing lands and, more recently, fueling industrial processes. Now, research has found that these various means of using fire are inversely related to one another, providing new insight into how people are changing the … Continue reading

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What is the relationship between metamorphism and plate tectonics?

Metamorphic facies in Plate Tectonics An overview of metamorphism in relation to tectonic regimes: The metamorphic facies series encountered in different tectonic regimes or settings can be summarized as follows, and are shown schematically on Figs. : Ridges and rift … Continue reading

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Recent shift in relationship among species that prevailed for more than 300 million years

A new study finds a surprising and very recent shift away from the steady relationship among species that prevailed for more than 300 million years. The study offers the first long-term view of how species associated with each other for … Continue reading

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Transitional species of duckbilled dinosaurs illuminate relationship between evolution and growth

The discovery of two new transitional species is helping reveal the pattern of evolution in duckbilled dinosaurs, providing key insight into the intricate relationship between changes during growth and the evolution of elaborate display structures. Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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Relationship between footwear and personalities

(ANSA) – KANSAS, 25 JUN – tell me what diro of wear and it shoes ‘ who you are. This is shown by a study published in the journal of research in personality by Angela Bahn at the University of … Continue reading

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