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Earth and Environmental Sciences

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The Gumshoe and the Great Dying

In South Africa’s Karoo, geology alumnus John Geissman is trying to crack a very cold case — the unsolved mystery of an ancient mass extinction.

How to Science Podcast: Science as a Superpower

Flint pediatrician and Camp Davis alumna Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha fought naysayers to bring acknowledgment and attention to the lead water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Seismometer Measures the Ground shaking When the Big House Celebrates

A portable seismometer was installed inside Michigan Stadium for the 2018 U-M football season as part of the Michigan Shake project devised by geologist Ben van der Pluijm. The seismometer measures the ground shaking that occurs when the Big House crowd celebrates U-M touchdowns and other big plays. 

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