June 2019. A recent comment by Stall et al., in Nature urges all scientific disciplines to follow the Geosciences and demand best practices for publishing and data sharing. The comment highlights the efforts of the… Read More
February 2019. This newsletter summarizes new features and improvements at EarthChem as well as recent community engagement and featured datasets. To subscribe to future quarterly newsletters please click here.
An enduring legacy of the Apollo program is the lunar sample collection that is currently maintained and curated at Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. These samples, obtained at tremendous cost… Read More
Grove and Brown present a perspective on the evolution of thought on the origin of compositional diversity in igneous rocks. They explore the difficulty Bowen faced due to a paucity of data and… Read More
The MESSENGER spacecraft, “collected data providing important insights into the structure, chemical makeup, and compositional diversity of Mercury.” The atypically low ratios of these Mercury… Read More