A 4D back-projection method revealed that aftershocks of the 2015 earthquake beneath the Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands occurred as deep as about 750 kilometers.
Internet cables can be transformed into a string of dense seismic sensors, and this approach has now been shown to be highly useful for quickly monitoring seismicity after major earthquakes.
A new suite of DART buoys in the South Pacific Ocean spotted waves set in motion by three tsunamigenic earthquakes that occurred within hours of one another.
Geodetic observations collected during back-to-back decadal research campaigns have revealed crucial new insights into the start–stop and slow-motion behavior of subduction zones.
A dense seismic network in operation since 2019 will provide new insights into the tectonics of seismically active Himalayan regions.
A new study provides the first high-resolution three-dimensional anisotropic P-wave velocity model of the shallow part of the Northern Hikurangi subduction zone offshore New Zealand.
Researchers are engaging their students with low-cost seismology research to monitor local noise on campus.
Researchers suggest a magma chamber sits within an old submarine caldera structure that extends into the mantle. Nearby, a new underwater volcano emerged with a flurry of seismicity.
A novel processing scheme was used to extract refracted body waves from ambient seismic noise and investigate the small-scale structure around a fault at Long Beach, California.
Researchers used the largest GPS data set yet to examine deformation of the crust across continental China and its implications for tectonic activity.