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Almost all volcanic rocks come from the Earth’s upper mantle (or lava).
Faculty of Science researchers have been awarded $5,176,208 for Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Projects (DPs).
A new study has linked subtle changes in the wettest weather to the occurrence of drought across Australia.
A field team led by Professor Andy Tomkins from the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment at Monash University has found the largest meteorite strewn field in Australia since the famous Murchison meteorite fall in 1969.
Monash University’s Faculty of Science has been awarded $35 million to lead the new ARC Centre for Excellence for the Weather of the 21st Century which will provide Australia with the knowledge, technology, and capital for evidence-based decision-making in response to future weather changes in the region.