GPS measurements of the Indian and Eurasian plates reveal four locked segments most likely to produce large earthquakes.
Novel use of standard, single-station seismological techniques can be used to remotely monitor aquifer systems.
A new global crustal model and its corresponding uncertainty were obtained using minimum a priori information and a geostatistical approach.
2017 CIG–LLNL Computational Seismology Workshop; Livermore, California, 18–22 September 2017
How the very slow moving African Continent, with a lithosphere of quite varied age elements and thickness, has responded to ongoing asthenospheric modification.
A recent paper in Reviews of Geophysics discussed how the mineral composition and microfabric of the continental crust influences its seismic properties.
A new high-fidelity tomography harnesses USArray data to expose a wealth of noteworthy crustal and upper mantle structures, including previously unknown anomalies beneath the Appalachians.
Earthquakes in Idaho's panhandle are usually caused by the Earth's crust pulling apart. So why were earthquakes on 24 April pushing the crust together?
Rolf Meissner was one of the most influential Earth scientists in crustal and lithospheric research. In memory of Rolf, a scientific symposium will be held at the University of Kiel in June.