A new method for examining the tiny vibrations of Earth caused by ocean swells could help reveal details of deep-Earth structure.
Inter-source correlograms yield coherent signals upon careful consideration of source mechanisms and source-receiver geometry, affording new means of characterizing planetary interiors.
The seafloor around Santorini is helping scientists investigate forces behind the devastating Minoan tsunami.
Slow slip phenomena on subdaily scales, captured by seismic and GNSS data, show that low-frequency earthquakes are incidental to larger magnitude slow earthquakes, in which aseismic slip dominates.
Submap merges graphic design with geodynamics, providing a fast, free, and user-friendly resource to map subduction zones.
In February, a devastating magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the eastern Mediterranean, triggering a second major jolt and a cascade of aftershocks.
Production of the weak, water-bearing mineral at the interface between the Cocos and North American Plates could contribute to the occurrence of poorly understood episodic tremor and slow slip.
De petits sismomètres peu coûteux peuvent communiquer des données de haute qualité et en temps réel. Pendant le tremblement de terre d’août 2021, ils ont été mis à l’épreuve.
Xie et al. 2023 describe the ancient, 35 million cubic metre, valley-blocking Temi landslide in China.
Spotting foreshocks for what they are could help seismologists forecast large earthquakes.