How an Earth science outsider finally put the Pangea puzzle together
Welcome to Terra Sapiens
What say you, dinosaur?
Peek into the chemical nursery where metal crystals are born and bred
Battling sexism and dissension, Marie Tharp changed how we understand the Earth
What makes a magnet? A balletic, visual exploration of electromagnetic force
Laws or comets?
Keeping kids frenetically entertained is ruining our museums
Great for killing, and for research: the lethal fangs of saber-toothed cats
Edward O Wilson
A tyrannosaur of one’s own
Laurie Gwen Shapiro
Save the soil to save the Earth: A Q & A with Ronald Amundson
In space, there really might be no place like home
Under a powerful X-ray laser, coral reveals weather patterns from centuries ago
How would the world look if we could see the magnetic fields around us?
The fire age
Stephen J Pyne
Written in stone
Tour the Explorers Club, basecamp for great expeditions past and future
Sand can be lava, coral, bones, even excrement. What’s on your favorite beach?
The last meadows?
A portent of climates to come – on the telling rings of the bristlecone pine
Jayne Elizabeth Lewis