More than 90% of Earth’s continental crust is made up of silica-rich minerals, such as feldspar and quartz. But where did this silica-enriched material come from? And could it provide a clue in the search for life on other planets?
Gravitational effects, variations in Earth structure could damp rise in global sea levels
Published on: 10 Nov 2015
$1 million donation from Trottier Family Foundation to fund McGill Space Institute fellowships
Published on: 28 Oct 2015
Published on: 9 Jan 2009