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Future of right whales depends on adaptive conservation policies

Humanity may forfeit the chance to save North Atlantic right whales from extinction if conservation...

Bloom book available at Cornell Store June 8

The late Prof. Emeritus Art Bloom's book, "Gorges History: Landscapes and Geology of the Finger...

Radiocarbon cycle studies may call for change of historical calibration

Tree-ring research of the southern Levant region by Sturt Manning, PI, and EAS alums Carol Griggs...

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Did you know?

The Geological Society of America was founded in Ithaca, New York in 1888 by some of the great geologists of the time, including James Hall, James Dwight Dana, and Alexander Winchell, who were members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Cornell's Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Professor Suzanne Mahlburg Kay was the 2013 Geological Society of America's President. The late Jack E. Oliver, EAS Professor Emeritus also served as GSA President in 1987. Read More