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Evaluating active pressure management of induced earthquakes
SCIENCE DAILY Can altering the amount or rate of fluid injection and production in an oil and gas field or carbon storage site affect induced earthquakes in that field? A physics-based simulation suggests that this type... 3 days
Continental shelf shape leads to long-lasting tsunami edge waves during Mexican earthquake
SCIENCE DAILY The shape of the continental shelf off the southern Mexican coast played a role in the formation of long-lasting tsunami edge waves that appeared... 4 days
Evaluating active pressure management of induced earthquakes
PHYS.ORG Can altering the amount or rate of fluid injection and production in an oil and gas field or carbon storage site affect induced earthquakes in that field? A physics-based simulation presented at the 2018... 4 days
Continental shelf shape leads to long-lasting tsunami edge waves during Mexican earthquake
PHYS.ORG The shape of the continental shelf off the southern Mexican coast played a role in the formation of long-lasting tsunami edge waves that appeared... 4 days
Quakes damage roads as ash spews from Hawaii volcano
PHYS.ORG Earthquakes were damaging roads and buildings on Hawaii's Big Island on Wednesday as ash emissions streamed from Kilauea volcano. 5 days
Eyewitness accounts fill in details of 1946 Dominican Republic tsunami
SCIENCE DAILY Almost 70 years later, the man remembers the August day in Playa Rincon, when he clung to the top of an almond tree to survive a tsunami where... 5 days
How large can a tsunami be in the Caribbean?
SCIENCE DAILY The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami has researchers reevaluating whether a magnitude 9.0 megathrust earthquake and resulting tsunami might also be a likely risk for the Caribbean region, seismologists report. 5 days
How large can a tsunami be in the Caribbean?
PHYS.ORG The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami has researchers reevaluating whether a magnitude 9.0 megathrust earthquake and resulting tsunami might also be a likely risk for the Caribbean region, seismologists reported at... 5 days
Eyewitness accounts fill in details of 1946 Dominican Republic tsunami
PHYS.ORG Almost 70 years later, the man remembers the August day in Playa Rincon, when he clung to the top of an almond tree to survive a tsunami where... 6 days
Is It Possible to Predict Earthquakes?
LIVE SCIENCE How do scientists know when an earthquake is expected to hit an area? 7 days
Earthquake science could have predicted North Korea's nuclear climbdown
PHYS.ORG Just days after North Korea announced it was suspending its testing programme, scientists revealed that the country's underground nuclear test site had partially collapsed. This assessment was based on data... 1 week
Earthquakes and eruptions
PHYS.ORG Researchers can't predict when the next cataclysmic natural disaster is going to occur, but Adam Bourassa can give you a good idea of how it could affect us. 1 week
Radar reveals details of mountain collapse after North Korea's most recent nuclear test
SCIENCE DAILY North Korea's Sept. 3, 2017, underground nuclear test -- it's latest and biggest -- created a 5.2 magnitude earthquake and 4.5 magnitude... 2 weeks
How earthquakes are induced
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Understanding Kilauea—a different flavor of volcano
PHYS.ORG Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been oozing lava for more than three decades. But in recent days fountains of lava hundreds of feet high, a dozen new fissures and plumes of steam, ash, and gases have struck... 2 weeks
500-year-old Leaning Tower of Pisa mystery unveiled by engineers
SCIENCE DAILY Why has the Leaning Tower of Pisa survived the strong earthquakes that have hit the region since the middle ages? This is a long-standing question that experts in earthquake engineering... 2 weeks
Engineers and Soil Scientists May Have Solved Mystery of Pisa’s Leaning Tower
SCI-NEWS.COM The Leaning Tower of Pisa, or simply the Tower of Pisa, is a bell tower of the Cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa,... 2 weeks
500-year-old Leaning Tower of Pisa mystery unveiled by engineers
PHYS.ORG Why has the Leaning Tower of Pisa survived the strong earthquakes that have hit the region since the middle ages? This is a long-standing question a research group of 16... 2 weeks
Image: Shaker test of 8-tonne cooling system
PHYS.ORG Typically ESA's shaker tables are used to replicate the take-off vibrations of a satellite-lifting rocket. The large object seen here is not a satellite at all but an 8-tonne cooling system being subjected to... 2 weeks
earthquake level testing Earthquake-level testing
ESA Technology image of the week: this 8 tonne data centre cooling system is subjected to simulated earthquake conditions 2 weeks
Small earthquake felt widely in Southern California
PHYS.ORG A light earthquake was felt widely in Southern California before dawn Tuesday but there were no reports of damage. 2 weeks
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Spinning science: multi-use Variable-g platform arrives at the ISS
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