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An extremely rare Mojave River western pond turtle was recently observed by U.S. Geological Survey scientists and staff from The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in the Mojave Desert. Turtles of this population have rarely been seen since the late 1990s.
This EarthWord isn’t a new dance-move; it’s been around since we’ve had tectonic plates...
Just like smog and fog, this EarthWord is not what you want to see while driving...
Which sounds more dangerous, lava or mud? The answer may surprise you...
It’s not just something you run into on a golf course-it’s this week’s EarthWord!
No one wants to have an active volcano in their backyard (just ask Dionisio Pulido), but ancient eroded volcanoes can sometimes be literal goldmines for mineral ores.
Vast mineral wealth has been discovered in the Great Basin since the 1800s. As each new generation of prospectors and geologists brings their cutting-edge tools with them, the arid ridgelines of the desert Southwest have shown more and more potential.
On its 205th anniversary, Louisiana still rocks.
Which U.S. State or territory has more large earthquakes than the rest of the United States combined?
On its 229th birthday, Maryland still rocks.