It’s not a new dance but a science news mash-up—the latest headlines on earthquakes, lightning, and fog…
Posts Tagged ‘earthquakes’
Many countries get a heads-up before the shaking starts. When will the U.S. get a system in place?
On the anniversary of the 1906 seismic event, we look at recent earthquake news.
Scientists are upgrading GPS stations to better monitor extreme weather and seismic activity.
By Molly Michelson Did you feel a small tremor rumbling underground last fall? Seismometers as far west as Seattle lit up on October 30. But the source of the recorded energy didn’t come from an earthquake. It came from Superstorm Sandy, an extreme hurricane that hit the East Coast thousands of miles away. What the…? […]
An international team is drilling deeply to look for where (and how) large earthquakes occur.
Two large earthquakes that occurred in the Indian Ocean last April seem to be triggering much more than shaking.