Sensors and Systems
Breaking News
Human-Caused Warming Likely Led to Recent Stream of Record-Breaking Temperatures
According to authors of a new study from the...
Caliper Corporation: 2017 Sustained Growth
NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) – Caliper Corporation, founded in 1983...
1Spatial Grows its Team of Safe Software FME Certified Trainers
1Spatial Platinum Partner of Safe Software and value added...

USC

image

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Rusting Fool’s Gold in Glaciers a Sign of Increased Carbon

According to a new study published by USC scientists in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, rock and soil breakdown in glaciers generates more acidity and releases more carbon than other forms of natural weathering. Perhaps most interestingly, it is the elevated oxidation of pyrite, popularly known as “fool’s gold,” in the glacial