A new special collection in JGR: Solid Earth and Earth and Space Science seeks papers from across disciplines that provide insights into induced seismicity at different spatial and temporal scales.
Frost quakes occur in boreal regions when rapidly expanding ice underground causes frozen soils to fracture. A recent frost quake in Finland has given scientists a rare look into how they form.
Research into past seismic activity shows northeast Israel is still vulnerable to large quakes.
Earthquake hazard calculations for California’s coast are refined with a view of precariously balanced rocks that would have fallen if the largest predicted shaking happened in the past 20,000 years.
El programa de Sismología en la Escuela en Nepal, tiene como objetivo preparar a las comunidades rurales para el próximo gran terremoto.
An investigation of small-scale spatial variability in earthquake ground motions helps to quantify the uncertainty of ground motions in probabilistic seismic hazard analysis.
Advanced computing technology can be used to forecast ground shaking from earthquakes and provide an early warning in real time.
Using fiber-optic cables, a new seismic network charts vibrations associated with the Rose Parade’s massive floats and marching bands.
The Seismology at School in Nepal program aims to prepare rural communities for the next big earthquake.
The effects of pumping wastewater from oil and gas extractions may last a decade or more after the injections stop.