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.
The great AD 365 earthquake at Crete has implied a locked Hellenic subduction zone that can produce more earthquakes to threaten Mediterranean coastlines. But what if wasn’t a subduction zone event?
Oregon and Washington residents will receive an alert on their cell phones if they are in danger from an incoming quake.
Infrastructure projects like roads and dams destabilize slopes and compound the effects of glacial floods and avalanches, scientists say.
Scientists investigate whether warming temperatures and changing rainfall patterns could be triggering more landslides in mountainous areas.
A new book explores the geophysical processes that have shaped Iceland over 30 million years and continue to influence the landscape.
A new 6500-year construction of storms combined with other paleo-storm records finds abrupt changes in the Atlantic Ocean circulation impact the latitudinal preference of storm activity.
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.
Scientists are listening for faint natural signals during the quiet of coronavirus lockdowns.