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Betting On Artificial Intelligence To Guide Earthquake Response
NPR A California tech firm believes that artificial intelligence can help communities prepare for, and respond to, quakes. 3 days
Optimized positioning of geothermal boreholes reduces seismicity
PHYS.ORG When constructing geothermal systems for the extraction of heat from underground hot water reservoirs, optimal positioning of the boreholes can considerably reduce seismicity. This is the result of induced seismicity studies by scientists of... 3 days
New non-invasive nerve stimulation may offer relief for people with hand tremor
NEWS MEDICAL People with tremors in their hands from a condition called essential tremor may find some relief from a new, non-invasive type of nerve stimulation,... 4 days
California's next major earthquake could cause $100 billion in losses, strand 20,000 in elevators
PHYS.ORG What will happen when the next big earthquake hits northern California? A team of researchers including CU Boulder Professor Keith... 4 days
Portable sensor array to detect trapped humans after a calamity
NEWS MEDICAL The first step after buildings collapse from an earthquake, bombing or other disaster is to rescue people who could be trapped in the rubble. But finding entrapped humans... 5 days
Time Warner CEO says merger needed due to 'tectonic' industry shift
PHYS.ORG Time Warner chief Jeff Bewkes testified Wednesday that the media-entertainment giant needs to merge with AT&T because of "tectonic changes" in the television industry which favor... 5 days
Portable device to sniff out trapped humans
PHYS.ORG The first step after buildings collapse from an earthquake, bombing or other disaster is to rescue people who could be trapped in the rubble. But finding entrapped humans among the ruins can be challenging.... 5 days
By listening for quakes on Mars, NASA lander will probe Red Planet’s interior
Science Magazine InSight’s 6-month voyage starts with California launch next month 5 days
Tohoku tsunami impacted home-building habits of eco-engineer heart urchins
PHYS.ORG Tsunamis bring destruction. The massive waves can rip homes from beachside perches and wipe coasts clean of life. But tsunamis also bring change in their wake and can influence the... 5 days
Can your dog predict an earthquake? Evidence is shaky, say researchers
SCIENCE DAILY For centuries people have claimed that strange behavior by their cats, dogs and even cows can predict an imminent earthquake, but the first rigorous analysis of... 6 days
Can your dog predict an earthquake? Evidence is shaky, say researchers
PHYS.ORG For centuries people have claimed that strange behavior by their cats, dogs and even cows can predict an imminent earthquake, but the first rigorous analysis of... 6 days
Scientists decipher the magma bodies under Yellowstone
SCIENCE DAILY Using supercomputer modeling, scientists have unveiled a new explanation for the geology underlying recent seismic imaging of magma bodies below Yellowstone National Park. 7 days
Scientists decipher the magma bodies under Yellowstone
PHYS.ORG Using supercomputer modeling, University of Oregon scientists have unveiled a new explanation for the geology underlying recent seismic imaging of magma bodies below Yellowstone National Park. 1 week
Minor earthquakes rattle Silicon Valley, California farmland
PHYS.ORG Two minor earthquakes a few minutes apart shook farmland in the southern San Joaquin Valley and wilderness east of Silicon Valley. 1 week
Massive gas plant resumes operations after severe PNG quake
PHYS.ORG ExxonMobil's massive gas project has resumed operations in Papua New Guinea after a major earthquake damaged the plant, the US energy giant said Friday, in a boost for the Pacific... 2 weeks
Tsunamis could cost beach tourism hundreds of millions of dollars every year
PHYS.ORG European tourists are more frequently going to places all over the world with significant tsunami risk, researchers have found. A global tourism destination risk... 2 weeks
Tsunamis could cause beach tourism to lose hundreds of millions of dollars every year
SCIENCE DAILY Going to the beach this summer? European tourists are more frequently going to places with significant tsunami risk, researchers have... 2 weeks
Shaking up megathrust earthquakes with slow slip and fluid drainage
PHYS.ORG Megathrust earthquakes are the most powerful type of earthquake, occurring at subduction zones where one tectonic plate is pushed beneath another. By contrast, slow slip events (SSEs) release... 2 weeks
Shaking up megathrust earthquakes with slow slip and fluid drainage
SCIENCE DAILY Megathrust earthquakes are the most powerful type of earthquake, occurring at subduction zones -- where one tectonic plate is pushed beneath another. By contrast, slow slip events (SSEs)... 2 weeks
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GPM sees Tropical Cyclone Fakir forming near Madagascar
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Wind energy's swift growth, explained
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Netflix’s The Rain new trailer is about hope and survival
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Sweden's new road powers electric vehicles – what's the environmental impact?
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Medical News Today: Have some humans evolved into real-life merfolk?
MNT
Apple’s Environmental Responsibility Report touts improving energy efficiency, sustainability, more
9to5Mac
GPM data used to evaluate Hawaii's flooding rainfall
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Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters
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Climate change could alter ocean food chains, leading to far fewer fish in the sea
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Climate Change Is Killing Coral On The Great Barrier Reef
NPR
First Trailer for Ciro Guerra's Film 'Birds of Passage' Playing at Cannes
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Tiny shrimp may be mixing ocean water as much as the wind and waves
Science Magazine
Google Assistant uses third-party services when first-party responses aren’t available
9to5Google
GPM catches line of strong storms responsible for tornadoes in eastern US
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Snapchat Lens Studio now lets anyone create AR Face Lenses, gains integrated GIF stickers
9to5Google
Planning for hurricanes
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Making The Grade: Does repairability of Mac laptops matter?
9to5Mac
Once upon a time in a thunderstorm
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SAP says business can solve the world's problems (really) - CNET
CNET
Climate change is slowing Atlantic currents that warm Europe and the Atlantic Seaboard
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Magnetic Fields Are A Big Predictor Of A Loggerhead Turtle's Genes
NPR
Confirmation bias: I believe, therefore it's true
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Study proposes link between formation of supercontinents, strength of ocean tides
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GPM sees Keni following Tropical Cyclone Josie's track
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Land Rover draws a Defender in the snow for 70th birthday - Roadshow
CNET