Like humans who eat too many beans, Yellowstone’s Sprouter Geyser has recurrent issues with gas.
Anyone seeing photographs of glacier and ice sheets from above clearly sees that they flow; recent laboratory tests on ice further reveal the conditions that control just how fast this happens.
Fault damage zones can focus fluid transport near faults.
Comparing successive frames from ultrahigh speed videos of propagating fractures allowed laboratory researchers for the first time to capture the fine details of of a propagating earthquake rupture.
AGU/SEG Joint Workshop on Upper Crust Physics of Rocks; Hilo, Hawaii, 11–14 July 2016