For the past 25 years, power production has been accompanied by a small but steady increase in seismicity near geothermal wells. A new project seeks to explore why.
Last August, stations on a newly deployed permanent ocean floor observation network recorded rarely seen, very low frequency signals from shallow earthquakes.
Ambient Noise Tomography Workshop (MIMOSA); Tucson, Arizona, 17–23 January 2016
Fourth Meeting of the Global High Frequency Radar Network; Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 22–23 September 2015
The system, under development in Acireale, Italy, could be used to monitor earthquakes in real time and help rescue workers focus efforts where they’re needed most.
Increasing cooperation in Mexico benefits climatologists, meteorologists, and science as a whole.
An integrated, holistic approach to detecting and characterizing cyanobacteria blooms could reduce human health risks and better direct field resources.
An international program strengthens glaciological studies in the tropical Andes, promotes collaborative projects, and develops educational programs with local universities.
How earthquakes interrupted a Royals game and thrust me into a whirlpool of politics, media, and law.
Armed with Internet connections, smartphones, and Twitter handles, citizens around the world are helping seismologists track earthquakes.