Geologists have classified the last 4,200 years as being a distinct age in the story of our planet.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The world’s largest active geyser has erupted four times in the last seven weeks, a spate of activity that has geophysicists excited about the Yellowstone National Park water feature.
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) is holding their Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) meeting in Salt Lake City on May 20–23, 2018.
As many as 5000 geologists and other petroleum professionals from all over the world will descend on Salt Lake City to participate in this annual conference.
Geologists Day is celebrated annually on the first Sunday of April throughout the world.
A new study details the only fossilized specimen of a species previously unknown to science—an “obscure” stalked filter feeder.
The first paleoseismic research trench ever dug on the Fayette segment of the Wasatch fault as part of a paleoseismic study of the southern Wasatch fault zone in central Utah. The project, funded by UGS and USGS National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program, will evaluate the recurrence of large earthquakes on, and interactions between, the Levan and Fayette segments of the fault.
SALT LAKE CITY — Nestled amid the rocky shores of the Great Salt Lake’s Rozel Point, the Spiral Jetty is more than simply artwork; it’s a testament to the seemingly infinite wonders of nature.