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It's time for another Quarantine Quarrying series installment. If you’ve been following along, you know we’ve broken this post up into a few parts. Here we’re going to cover metamorphic rocks.
The official start to the Atlantic hurricane season is June 1. These natural occurrences can cause damage to property and harm to humans. Are you prepared for hurricane season?
Are you ready to rock, science lovers? Time for another installment in our Quarantine Quarrying series. In this post, we’re going to cover sedimentary rocks.
Scientists have been studying the impact of news and our brains for sometime. How is our relationship with the news? Turns out the way we digest the news impacts our physical and mental health.
Sometimes it feels like there are just two news stories happening these days, news about the virus and news about re-opening. In this COVID-19 world, the question on everyone's mind is - what will the immediate future look like?