Research shows that a broken lithosphere underneath the island of Hawai'i could explain the island's patterns of seismic activity.
When sound waves hit the ground, they shake seismometers like earthquake waves. Scientists can now use these sound-induced seismic waves to investigate volcanic activity.
Underneath old and stable pieces of Earth's crust in North America, the mantle's uppermost portion contains multiple layers that change the velocities of seismic waves.
The processes that formed the infant Earth set the stage for its subsequent evolution into the dynamic and habitable planet we know today.
Scientists look at deep earthquake signals to map how seismic waves lose energy in the upper mantle across the United States.
When the Earth rumbles and no one knows why, seismologists can analyze the seismic event's waveforms to determine whether a hidden explosion or an earthquake caused the shaking.
Geophysicists used unique seismic signatures to track the cyclic rise and fall of lava inside Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park's Overlook crater.
Scientists use noise data collected at the Long Beach dense array to measure elusive high-frequency surface waves.
In a move to give credit where it's due, the International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks will link digital object identifiers to data from seismic networks and project deployments.
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