The cloud infrastructure developed in the business community has made access to cluster computing possible for even the smallest research groups, enabling new kinds of research workflows in geophysics.
Have you ever noticed that the Earth is humming? Seismologists have! Discover how individual storms in the northern Pacific Ocean generate a long-period seismic signal.
Dimitri Komatitsch had a profound impact on computational seismology and embodied the notion of open-source, collaborative research.
So-called dark fiber can serve as regional seismic activity monitors and also detect earthquakes thousands of kilometers away, according to new research.
Investigating the role of layered rocks and compositional banding on mineral scale in generating seismic anisotropy in the mantle.
Seismic waves resonating within the upper layers of the Ross ice shelf could help scientists monitor the Antarctic melt season and understand factors that could lead to sudden ice shelf collapse.
Magnetic and electric field measurements at Earth’s surface provide information on Earth’s interior and on space weather. An open-source central repository of these data has received a major update.
Naturally generated seismic waves bouncing up and down through an ice sheet can be used to determine the thickness of the ice and monitor future changes in ice thickness.
Using seismic waves, researchers study sediment layering near the Dead Sea to reveal how the area’s numerous sinkholes form.
Researchers use high-resolution images of Mars’s surface to look for signals of coseismic displacement.