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Summer Could Trigger Major Earthquakes (It's Not Why You Think)
LIVE SCIENCE There’s a new theory on what may have triggered the 2014 earthquake that tore through California’s Napa-Sonoma Valley. 18 hours
What can natural disasters teach the world?
PHYS.ORG Historians from Murdoch University have joined a global study that will shed light on how to better deal with the prediction and aftermath of environmental disasters in the Indian Ocean region, including tsunamis, volcanic... 21 hours
Groundwater Levels Could Trigger Major Earthquakes
LIVE SCIENCE There’s a new theory on what may have triggered the 2014 earthquake that tore through California’s Napa-Sonoma Valley. 23 hours
There's No Way World Cup Soccer Fans Caused an Earthquake in Mexico, Seismic Expert Says
LIVE SCIENCE The soccer earthquake that wasn't. 3 days
Upper and lower plate controls on the great 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake
Science Magazine The great 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake [moment magnitude (Mw) 9.0)] is the best-documented megathrust earthquake in the world, but its causal mechanism is still in controversy because... 3 days
Site of the next major earthquake on the San Andreas Fault?
SCIENCE DAILY Many researchers hypothesize that the southern tip of the 1300-km-long San Andreas fault zone (SAFZ) could be the nucleation site of the next major earthquake on... 3 days
Site of the next major earthquake on the San Andreas Fault?
PHYS.ORG Many researchers hypothesize that the southern tip of the 1300-km-long San Andreas fault zone (SAFZ) could be the nucleation site of the next major earthquake on... 4 days
Jumping Soccer Fans Created a Small Earthquake in Mexico
LIVE SCIENCE The World Cup is literally shaking the world. 5 days
'Slow earthquakes' on San Andreas Fault increase risk of large quakes
SCIENCE DAILY A detailed study of the California fault has discovered a new kind of movement that isn't accounted for in earthquake forecasting. 5 days
'Slow earthquakes' on San Andreas Fault increase risk of large quakes
PHYS.ORG Geologists have long thought that the central section of California's famed San Andreas Fault—from San Juan Bautista southward to Parkfield, a distance of about 80 miles—has... 5 days
Jumping Soccer Fans Triggered a Small Earthquake in Mexico
LIVE SCIENCE The World Cup is literally shaking the world. 5 days
Seafloor cables that carry the world’s internet traffic can also detect earthquakes
Science Magazine Low-cost method could fill seismic detection gaps in ocean crust 1 week
Ultrastable laser interferometry for earthquake detection with terrestrial and submarine cables
Science Magazine Detecting ocean-floor seismic activity is crucial for our understanding of the interior structure and dynamic behavior of the Earth. However, 70% of the planet’s surface is... 1 week
Underwater fiber-optic cables could moonlight as earthquake sensors
SCIENCE-NEWS The seafloor cables that ferry internet traffic across oceans may soon find another use: detecting underwater earthquakes. 1 week
South Napa earthquake linked to summer groundwater dip
PHYS.ORG A summertime expansion in the Earth's crust caused by changes in groundwater may have triggered the magnitude-6.0 earthquake in California's wine country in 2014, according to a new study. 1 week
International collaboration studies the predictability of earthquakes
PHYS.ORG Since 2007, the Collaboratory for the Study of Earthquake Predictability or CSEP has been studying earthquake forecast models to find out how well each model stacks up against its competitors, and how well each... 2 weeks
Religion is uniquely human, but computer simulations may help us understand religious behavior
PHYS.ORG When disaster strikes, people often turn to religion for comfort and support. A powerful recent example of this comes from a study... 2 weeks
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NASA, NSF expedition to study ocean carbon embarks in August from Seattle
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GPM satellite probes soaking storms in Southern Texas and the Gulf
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Turbulence isn't just a science problem
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The Science Behind The World Cup Ball
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World's first known manta ray nursery discovered
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Bringing the heat out of the city
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30 years later, former NASA scientist wishes he hadn't been right about climate change
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Why a minor change to how EPA makes rules could radically reduce environmental protection
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Short-term changes in Antarctica's ice shelves are key to predicting their long-term fate
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We must ensure new food retail technologies are not barriers to better health
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NASA finds weakening rainfall in Bud
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Here’s the fake noise the Jaguar I-Pace makes when you hit the throttle
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A bird's eye view of changing glaciers
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NASA observed the once-hurricane Aletta intensify, now weakening quickly
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Death Stranding’s gruesome new trailer has babies, toenails, actual gameplay
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Five new things we learned about The Division 2 today
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A new system optimises electric transmission from offshore wind farms
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Bethesda teases Elder Scrolls VI
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Square Enix reveals Just Cause 4 with a new, tornado-filled trailer
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Making The Grade: ARKit 2.0 may allow AR to take off in K-12 classrooms
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