Seismometers could help scientists monitor elusive fluctuations in water discharge from glaciers that flow into the ocean.
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.
Robert Smith will receive the 2015 Paul G. Silver Award for Outstanding Scientific Service at the 2015 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, to be held 14–18 December in San Francisco, Calif. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fields of geodesy, seismology, or tectonophysics through mentoring of junior colleagues, leadership of community research initiatives, or other forms of unselfish collaboration in research.
How earthquakes interrupted a Royals game and thrust me into a whirlpool of politics, media, and law.
For decades, scientists have probed Earth's remote mantle by analyzing how seismic waves of distant earthquakes pass through it. But we are still challenged by the technique's limitations.
Earthquake experts with opposing views found common ground working around a table and on a hiking trail.
Increasing the Access to and the Relevance of Marine Seismic Data; San Francisco, California, 11–13 December 2014
The 25 April earthquake in Nepal has caused thousands of fatalities. Scientists hope it can lead to a better understanding of the region's seismicity and better earthquake resilience.
Adapting a much-used analytical method to consider anisotropy opens up the approach to new uses.
Twenty years of ground motion observations show that seismic strain is accumulating south of Istanbul.