A new book explores Distributed Acoustic Sensing, a technology with a range of applications across geophysics and related fields.
Using stainless steel models, researchers find that high-frequency seismic waves—the most damaging to buildings—are attenuated in the Los Angeles sedimentary basin.
Seismic recordings from the South China Sea indicate that subtle, daily tilting of shorelines due to passing internal ocean waves can be measured on land, promising new constraints on ocean dynamics.
Scientists are listening for faint natural signals during the quiet of coronavirus lockdowns.
A next-generation network of seismic and wave sensors in the southwestern Pacific will warn coastal residents of an approaching tsunami before they see the wave.
A new community pool of seismic instrumentation will facilitate and advance geologic and cryospheric research in Earth’s ice-covered environments.
Novel use of standard, single-station seismological techniques can be used to remotely monitor aquifer systems.
Ground motion caused by gusts of wind can drown out signals from the smallest earthquakes, potentially confusing earthquake detection algorithms.
Thanks to some crucial calibrations, the world’s biggest solar telescope will have a clearer view of the Sun.
Underwater gliders provide unprecedented, daily data that reveal new insights into how carbon gets from the atmosphere to the deep ocean.