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Fox Creek earthquakes linked to completion volume and location of hydraulic fracturing
SCIENCE DAILY The volume of hydraulic fracturing fluid and the location of well pads control the frequency and occurrence of measurable earthquakes, new research has found. 1 day
Do moon phases produce big earthquakes? Study debunks that idea
PHYS.ORG Huge earthquakes are not significantly influenced by the moon, a new study says. 1 day
Mexico shaken by 6.3 magnitude earthquake
PHYS.ORG Tourist hotspots in Mexico's Baja California Peninsula were shaken Friday by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake—but no injuries or damage were reported, authorities said. 1 day
Small Michigan Meteor Packed a Seismic Punch, Experts Say
SPACE.COM The meteor that caused a huge fireball above the skies of southern Michigan Tuesday night (Jan. 16) was only a few feet in size, researchers have said, but its speed... 2 days
Volume of fracking fluid pumped underground tied to Canada quakes
SCIENCE-NEWS Study links volume of fracking fluid injected underground with hundreds of quakes in central Canada, and not the rate at which the fluids were injected. 2 days
Fox Creek earthquakes linked to completion volume and location of hydraulic fracturing
PHYS.ORG The volume of hydraulic fracturing fluid and the location of well pads control the frequency and occurrence of measurable earthquakes, new Alberta Geological Survey... 2 days
Seismicity curbed by lowering volume
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Hydraulic fracturing volume is associated with induced earthquake productivity in the Duvernay play
Science Magazine A sharp increase in the frequency of earthquakes near Fox Creek, Alberta, began in December 2013 in response to hydraulic fracturing. Using... 2 days
Expert says major eruption in Papua New Guinea could be soon
PHYS.ORG Seismic activity beneath a Papua New Guinea volcano could mean that a major eruption was imminent, a scientist said Thursday. 3 days
meteor explodes over michigan Meteor Explodes over Michigan
ASTRO WATCH A meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere exploded in Michigan’s sky on Tuesday night in a spectacle that briefly illuminated the city of Detroit. The US Geological Survey confirmed... 3 days
Fireball Over Michigan: Did Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?
SPACE.COM The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information... 3 days
New details emerge on temperature, mobility of earth's lower crust in Rocky Mountains
PHYS.ORG Everything on the surface of the Earth rests on massive tectonic plates that resemble a jelly sandwich, with two rigid pieces—the upper... 3 days
Fireball Over Michigan: Did Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?
LIVE SCIENCE The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information... 3 days
Brilliant Fireball Shakes Southeastern Michigan with 2.0 Earthquake
SPACE.COM A brilliant fireball lit up the night sky over southeastern Michigan Tuesday (Jan. 16), dazzling skywatchers lucky enough to see it. Many more felt the earth shake from the meteor's sonic boom,... 4 days
Dinosaur tail to be auctioned for Mexico quake reconstruction
REUTERS MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A fossilized dinosaur tail discovered in Morocco will be auctioned on Tuesday night in... 4 days
Cellular seismology: Putting vibrations on the map
SCIENCE DAILY Using a unique technology called 'cell quake elastography,' scientists can now map to the millisecond the elasticity of components vibrating inside a cell. This discovery opens up a whole new field of research in... 4 days
Rates of great earthquakes not affected by moon phases, day of year
SCIENCE DAILY There is an enduring myth that large earthquakes tend to happen during certain phases of the Moon or at certain times during the year.... 4 days
Rates of great earthquakes not affected by moon phases, day of year
PHYS.ORG There is an enduring myth that large earthquakes tend to happen during certain phases of the Moon or at certain times during the year.... 4 days
ViLim Ball technology helps reduce uncontrollable shaking hands
NEWS MEDICAL ViLim Ball technology created at a Lithuanian startup company Fidens helps to reduce uncontrollable shaking hands, which is one of the symptoms of essential tremor. The technology is effective in 7 out... 5 days
Volcano in Papua New Guinea little known, hard to predict
PHYS.ORG People in Papua New Guinea are being warned that an eruption of a volcano in the South Pacific nation could also cause a local tsunami. 5 days
A society divided by reconstruction
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'World's Most Magnificent Time Machine,' the James Webb Space Telescope, Leaving Houston
SPACE.COM It survived a hurricane and is now off to earthquake territory: The James Webb Space Telescope has come out of its deep freeze and... 1 week
How tidal energy could help Japan with its nuclear power problem
PHYS.ORG Japan was the third-largest producer of nuclear power in the world in 2011. Then, on March 11 of that year, an earthquake of magnitude 9 was... 1 week
Monitoring reservoir response to earthquakes and fluid extraction, Salton Sea geothermal field, California
Science Magazine Continuous monitoring of in situ reservoir responses to stress transients provides insights into the evolution of geothermal reservoirs. By exploiting the stress... 1 week
Earthquakes as a driver for the deep-ocean carbon cycle
SCIENCE DAILY Geologists have used novel methods to analyze sediment deposits in the Japan Trench in order to gain new insights into the carbon cycle. 2 weeks
Earthquakes as a driver for the deep-ocean carbon cycle
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These two things matter when bouncing back from natural disasters 
PHYS.ORG On Sept. 19, 2017, an earthquake hit Mexico City that damaged and destroyed buildings across the city, killing more than 155 people. 2 weeks
Hurricanes and earthquakes—can one predict the other?
PHYS.ORG When three major hurricanes and just as many powerful earthquakes happen at around the same time, as they did in 2017, many wonder if they are connected. 2 weeks
Seismic sensors record hurricane intensity, study finds
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Biblical dust storm turns Mardin, Turkey into a scenery on Mars
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Cells lacking nuclei struggle to move in 3-D environments
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How the legacy of dirty coal could create a clean energy future
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Green Fireball Rocks The Midwest A Day After The Other Mysterious Meteor
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Video: Mystery Boom Shakes Dallas - Coast to Coast AM
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Asteroids, meteors, and many more NASA "lies"
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NASA IMERG reveals rainfall rates of Tropical Cyclone Berguitta
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Incredible footage of meteor shake in Michigan and Ohio last night
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Researchers identify 'social place cells' in the brain that respond to the locations of others
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Future weather forecasting—it's all in the 'MRI' of clouds
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Advancing cloud with memory disaggregation
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Will the weather get worse in 2018? What the experts say
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Scientists take viewers to the center of the Milky Way
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Stephen Hawking: I'll pay to send climate change deniers to Venus - CNET
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NASA Alaska-launched rockets to study space X-ray emissions and create polar mesospheric cloud
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