A modern-day Ahab
Backyard search, prehistoric finds
Scientists dig deep for global solution
Faster melting of polar ice dampens future of Shore
Welcome to the 'anthropocene' (maybe)
Faster glaciers adding to oceans
Heavier snows forecast for Northeast
NASA extends Galileo's Jupiter mission Probe is yielding loads of data on planet, moons
Rock Star Fior years, planetary geologist Jim Garvin has loved and studied Mars from afar. His work has made him the most sought-after space scientist since Sagan.
N.C. beaches yield their secrets a grain at a time Military program mapsthe shifting sands of Atlantic coast
Mastodons frolicked in Md. cypress groves History: Woods flourished here 34,000 years ago, when primitive elephants and ground sloths the size of grizzly bears lived along the Patapsco River valley.
Jefferson's Virginia From Tuckahoe to Monticello, following in the footsteps of America's Renaissance man
Scientists explore remotest frontier, just off New Jersey Seafloor bed of mud 6 miles thick draws ocean drilling project
Lessons about Mars taught by Pathfinder Scientists, geologists get new perspective from space mission
Mars rover finds rock similar to Andes lava Signs indicate planet warm longer than thought
Mars shows evidence of vast flood Pathfinder's photos put deluge's width at hundreds of miles; Scientists 'in hog heaven'; Ancient wet condition raises question: Did forms of life exist?
Data from Mars indicate it could have supported life Evidence of liquid water, Earth-like features seen
The incredible shrinking glacier Ice: North America's biggest glacier has been behaving oddly as it shrinks, sending off chunks of ice.
Climate prediction clouds up Weather: In the debate over damage to the Earth's atmosphere and the "greenhouse" effect, climatologists are struggling with the biggest unknown -- the influence of clouds. The answer is elusive.
Search for water is main quest Where there's water, there's potential for life
Invasion of Mars to begin Exploration: Over the next few weeks, the United States and Russia will send several craft to see if there is -- or was -- life on Earth's red neighbor.
Equivalent of blazing moon spins freely within Earth, scientists say Several research teams track signals through core of planet to chart speed
Animated map offers planners greater latitude Computer program plots sprawl from Baltimore, D.C.
Unlocking secrets of the snowflake 'Range of benefits' : A study using a powerful microscope attachment promises help for farmers, hydroelectric companies, rescue teams, skiers and others.
Bay born in a blink Scientist theorizes that huge meteorite created Chesapeake
Progress is glacial at nuclear waste site
As the bay rises, some land sinks
Md.'s first earthquake monitoring station planned in Howard Co.
Soviet building projects used 116 nuclear blasts Long-term effects weren't studied, Russians now say
Giant crater may hold secret to bay's birth
Awaiting the big one
Sure, the Los Angeles Earthquake Was Predicted
Blind thrust fault, in 'replay' of 1971 quake, did the damage, scientists say
Where the last of the dinosaurs roamed, Canada's 'Jurassic Parks' predate Hollywood hoopla
Columbia, Pa. quakes traced to ancient fractures Expert points to 'Rock Hill Dike'
TALES OF ANTARCTICA First-graders chat with an explorer in from the cold SOUTHEAST -- Sykesville * Eldersburg * Gamber
Rising water, increasing sediment
Quake talk intrigues residents Scientists discuss Howard temblors
Spate of quakes probably ending, scientist says
Scientists Preparing for the next quake Seismometers will be buried around Columbia HOWARD COUNTY
Earthquakes Have Been Rare in Maryland - Until Recently
Massive volcano cluster found on Pacific floor Scientists discover 1,133 peaks, cones
Seismic sleuths say history may haunt Seattle
Mt. Pinatubo cooled globe half-degree, experts say
Florida beach erosion has left many sea turtles with no place to dig a good nest
Scientists reach most precise estimates on age of 2 groups of meteorites
Ice buildup reported in east Antarctica Scientists lay cause to warmer climate
Geologists' study adds millenniums to estimated age of the Great Sphinx