Archive for: geology


Volcanoes Play Key Role in Long-Term Climate Shifts, UT Geologists Find

There are no crocodiles near the North Pole today, but that wasn’t always the case. Fossil bones from crocodile-like reptiles called champsosaurs have been unearthed...


Rock of Ages

Inside one of the strangest and most wonderful places at UT—the Core Research Center. Want to see something really cool?” James Donnelly’s cowboy boots click...


Lost and Found

By day, Phil Bennett is a geology professor in the Jackson School of Geosciences. But he’s always on call as a volunteer with Travis County Search and Rescue. Phil...


The Geology of War

On D-Day—June 6, 1944—more than 34,000 Allied troops poured from planes and ships onto Normandy’s Omaha Beach. Today, though all visible signs of the battle...

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