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West coast earthquake early warning system continues progress toward public use
SCIENCE DAILY A decade after beginning work on an earthquake early warning system, scientists and engineers are fine-tuning a US West Coast prototype that could be in limited... 4 days
Scientists capture Earth's 'hum' on ocean floor
PHYS.ORG Scientists have long known earthquakes can cause the Earth to vibrate for extended periods of time. However, in 1998 a research team found the Earth also constantly generates a low-frequency vibrational signal in the... 4 days
The underground effects of earthquakes and volcanoes
PHYS.ORG Most of what we know about earthquakes and volcanoes is based on what we can observe at the Earth's surface. However, most of the action, especially early activity that could help with disaster prediction... 4 days
Unearthing the underground effects of earthquakes and volcanoes
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers analyzed high-resolution seismic velocity data from 36 seismograph stations across the island of Kyushu to identify variations before, during, and after the MW 7.0 2016 Kumamoto earthquake. Velocity decreased in the... 5 days
West coast earthquake early warning system continues progress toward public use
PHYS.ORG A decade after beginning work on an earthquake early warning system, scientists and engineers are fine-tuning a U.S. West Coast prototype that could be in limited... 5 days
Dark fiber: Using sensors beneath our feet to tell us about earthquakes, water, and other geophysical data
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have shown for the first time that dark fiber -- the vast network... 6 days
Seismologists worried by tremors in DR Congo
PHYS.ORG Seismologists in Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday voiced concern after four light earthquakes were felt in the east of the country. 6 days
Researchers successfully use distributed acoustic sensing for seismic monitoring
PHYS.ORG Scientists at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have shown for the first time that dark fiber - the vast network of unused fiber-optic cables installed... 6 days
Earthquakes in the Himalaya are bigger than in the Alps because tectonic plates collide faster
SCIENCE DAILY Earthquakes that happen in densely populated mountainous regions, such as the Himalaya, spell bigger earthquakes because of a... 1 week
Earthquakes in the Himalayas are bigger than in the Alps because tectonic plates collide faster
PHYS.ORG Earthquakes that happen in densely populated mountainous regions, such as the Himalaya, spell bigger earthquakes because of a... 1 week
Disaster zones could soon be salvaged by teams of smart devices – here's how
PHYS.ORG We will remember 2017 as an appalling year for natural disasters. The US has endured its most expensive hurricane season,... 1 week
New early signals to quantify the magnitude of strong earthquakes
PHYS.ORG After an earthquake, there is an instantaneous gravitational disturbance that could be recorded before the seismic waves that seismologists can detect. In a study published in Science on... 1 week
Strong quake jolts sparsely populated Iran, dozens injured
PHYS.ORG A magnitude 6.1 earthquake injured dozens of people after it jolted a sparsely populated area in Iran's southeast, media reported Friday. 1 week
A Magnitude-4.1 Earthquake Just Hit Delaware
LIVE SCIENCE A magnitude-4.4 earthquake just hit Delaware Bay, Delaware, surprising people in The First State, a place typically unaccustomed to tremblers. 1 week
A Magnitude-4.4 Earthquake Just Hit Delaware
LIVE SCIENCE A magnitude-4.4 earthquake just hit Delaware Bay, Delaware, surprising people in The First State, a place typically unaccustomed to tremblers. 2 weeks
New early gravity signals to quantify the magnitude of strong earthquakes
SCIENCE DAILY After an earthquake, there is a disturbance in the field of gravity almost instantaneously. This could be recorded before the seismic waves. Researchers have managed to... 2 weeks
North Texas earthquakes occurring on 'dead' faults, seismology research shows
SCIENCE DAILY Recent earthquakes in Texas' Fort Worth Basin - in the community of Venus and the Dallas suburb of Irving - occurred on faults not active for at least... 2 weeks
Gravity gets into the earthquake game
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Observations and modeling of the elastogravity signals preceding direct seismic waves
Science Magazine After an earthquake, the earliest deformation signals are not expected to be carried by the fastest (P) elastic waves but by the speed-of-light changes of the... 2 weeks
Parkfield segment of San Andreas fault may host occasional large earthquakes
PHYS.ORG Although magnitude 6 earthquakes occur about every 25 years along the Parkfield Segment of the San Andreas Fault, geophysical data suggest that the seismic slip induced... 2 weeks
Parkfield segment of San Andreas fault may host occasional large earthquakes
SCIENCE DAILY Although magnitude 6 earthquakes occur about every 25 years along the Parkfield Segment of the San Andreas Fault, geophysical data suggest that the seismic slip induced... 2 weeks
Satellite data guided effort to help Nepal recover from a series of earthquakes
PHYS.ORG The Nepal earthquake disaster launched a global humanitarian effort in 2015. Even as the dust still settled, space-based information aided the nation's... 2 weeks
Where in the Pacific Northwest Will the Next Monstrous Earthquake Strike?
LIVE SCIENCE The Pacific Northwest sits atop the Cascadia subduction zone, which is a region where two tectonic plates collide; one plate is being pushed deep into the... 2 weeks
New study takes a different approach to showing human activity causing earthquakes in Texas
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with Southern Methodist University in Texas and the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazard Program in Virginia... 2 weeks
New study takes a different approach to showing fracking causing earthquakes in Texas
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with Southern Methodist University in Texas and the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazard Program in Virginia has taken... 2 weeks
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