Geography
Anthropology
Archeology
Astronomy
Solar System
Space Exploration
Space Tech
Biology
Genetics
Microbiology
Reproduction
Chemistry
Education
Engineering
Environment
Weather
Geography
Health
Cancer
Dentistry
Dietary
Diseases
Infectology
Pharmaceuticals
Surgery
Mathematics
Paleontology
Physics
Particle Physics
Social Science
Geopolitics
Law & Order
Psychiatry
Psychology
Sexuality
Fox Creek earthquakes linked to completion volume and location of hydraulic fracturing
SCIENCE DAILY The volume of hydraulic fracturing fluid and the location of well pads control the frequency and occurrence of measurable earthquakes, new research has found. 2 days
Do moon phases produce big earthquakes? Study debunks that idea
PHYS.ORG Huge earthquakes are not significantly influenced by the moon, a new study says. 2 days
Mexico shaken by 6.3 magnitude earthquake
PHYS.ORG Tourist hotspots in Mexico's Baja California Peninsula were shaken Friday by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake—but no injuries or damage were reported, authorities said. 2 days
Large volcanic island flank collapses trigger catastrophic eruptions
PHYS.ORG New research, published today in Nature Scientific Reports, not only implies a link between catastrophic volcanic eruptions and landslides, but also suggests that landslides are the trigger. 2 days
Large volcanic island flank collapses trigger catastrophic eruptions
SCIENCE DAILY New research not only implies a link between catastrophic volcanic eruptions and landslides, but also suggests that landslides are the trigger. At the heart of Tenerife and standing almost 4 km high,... 3 days
Fox Creek earthquakes linked to completion volume and location of hydraulic fracturing
PHYS.ORG The volume of hydraulic fracturing fluid and the location of well pads control the frequency and occurrence of measurable earthquakes, new Alberta Geological Survey... 3 days
Hydraulic fracturing volume is associated with induced earthquake productivity in the Duvernay play
Science Magazine A sharp increase in the frequency of earthquakes near Fox Creek, Alberta, began in December 2013 in response to hydraulic fracturing. Using... 3 days
Scientists monitor volcanic gases with digital cameras to forecast eruptions
PHYS.ORG Scientists have shown for the first time that volcanoes emit distinctive pulses of gas a few hours before erupting, which could lead to real-time forecasting of dangerous volcanic... 3 days
Expert says major eruption in Papua New Guinea could be soon
PHYS.ORG Seismic activity beneath a Papua New Guinea volcano could mean that a major eruption was imminent, a scientist said Thursday. 3 days
Lunar Fountain? Accessible Ice Could Lurk in Moon's Lava Tubes
SPACE.COM New images from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter suggest there is an underground network of lava tubes beneath the lunar surface that could offer astronauts easy access to water. 3 days
meteor explodes over michigan Meteor Explodes over Michigan
ASTRO WATCH A meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere exploded in Michigan’s sky on Tuesday night in a spectacle that briefly illuminated the city of Detroit. The US Geological Survey confirmed... 4 days
Fireball Over Michigan: Did Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?
SPACE.COM The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information... 4 days
Fireball Over Michigan: Did Meteor Really Cause an Earthquake?
LIVE SCIENCE The earthshaking rumblings felt in Michigan last night weren't an earthquake, but rather vibrations from a booming noise caused by a meteor whizzing overhead, according to the National Earthquake Information... 4 days
Brilliant Fireball Shakes Southeastern Michigan with 2.0 Earthquake
SPACE.COM A brilliant fireball lit up the night sky over southeastern Michigan Tuesday (Jan. 16), dazzling skywatchers lucky enough to see it. Many more felt the earth shake from the meteor's sonic boom,... 4 days
Volcanologist suggests Mt. Etna is actually a giant hot spring
PHYS.ORG Carmelo Ferlito, a volcanologist at Università di Catania, in Sicily, has suggested in a paper published in the journal Earth-Science Reviews that Mt. Etna behaves more like a... 4 days
Dinosaur tail to be auctioned for Mexico quake reconstruction
REUTERS MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A fossilized dinosaur tail discovered in Morocco will be auctioned on Tuesday night in... 5 days
The Deadliest Volcanic Eruption in History
HISTORY It killed 100,000 people in the direct impact. But it led to tens of millions more deaths later. 5 days
Face-lift by Lava: Eruption Makes Volcano a Perfect Cone
LIVE SCIENCE A fiery eruption just gave the Philippines’ most active volcano a face-lift, according to news reports. 5 days
Facelift by Lava: Eruption Makes Volcano a Perfect Cone
LIVE SCIENCE A fiery eruption just gave the Philippines's most active volcano a facelift, according to news reports. 5 days
Rates of great earthquakes not affected by moon phases, day of year
SCIENCE DAILY There is an enduring myth that large earthquakes tend to happen during certain phases of the Moon or at certain times during the year.... 5 days
National Geographic's 'One Strange Rock' to Reveal Astronauts' View of Earth
SPACE.COM "This is the story of the Earth, from the only people who have ever left it." That, in a tagline, is the premise of "One Strange... 5 days
Rates of great earthquakes not affected by moon phases, day of year
PHYS.ORG There is an enduring myth that large earthquakes tend to happen during certain phases of the Moon or at certain times during the year.... 5 days
Glowing red lava causes more to flee from Philippine volcano
PHYS.ORG Glowing-red lava spurted in a fountain and flowed down the Philippines' most active volcano on Tuesday in a stunning display of its fury that has sent more than... 5 days
Scientists home in on a potential Anthropocene 'golden spike'
PHYS.ORG The international working group, which includes geologists Jan Zalasiewicz, Mark Williams and Colin Waters, from the University of Leicester's School of Geography, Geology and the Environment and archaeologist Matt Edgeworth... 5 days
Volcano in Papua New Guinea little known, hard to predict
PHYS.ORG People in Papua New Guinea are being warned that an eruption of a volcano in the South Pacific nation could also cause a local tsunami. 6 days
Glowing red lava rolls down slopes of Philippine volcano
PHYS.ORG Glowing red lava rolled down the slopes of a Philippine volcano Tuesday morning as authorities maintained a warning of a possible hazardous eruption. 6 days
Lava flowing from Philippine volcano, thousands evacuated
PHYS.ORG More than 9,000 people have evacuated the area around the Philippines' most active volcano as lava flowed down its crater Monday in a gentle eruption that scientists warned could turn explosive. 6 days
Philippines' Mayon volcano alert raised as eruption feared
PHYS.ORG The Philippines raised the alert level for the country's most active volcano twice in 24 hours Sunday, meaning that a hazardous eruption is possible within days. 7 days
Philippine volcano rumbles back to life, thousands evacuated
PHYS.ORG The Philippines' most active volcano rumbled back to life Sunday with lava rising to its crater in a gentle eruption that has prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of villagers. 1 week
possible lava tube skylights discovered near the north pole of the moon Possible Lava Tube Skylights Discovered Near the North Pole of the Moon
ASTRO WATCH The SETI Institute and the Mars Institute announced Thursday the discovery of small pits in a large crater near the North Pole of the... 1 week
E-learning will not erode African knowledge
PHYS.ORG When people discuss the challenges related to e-learning (the use of electronic technology to facilitate learning), they tend to focus on access. This can mean access to financial resources to buy equipment as well as geographical... 1 week
Possible lava tube skylights discovered near the North Pole of the Moon
PHYS.ORG The SETI Institute and the Mars Institute announced today the discovery of small pits in a large crater near the North Pole of the... 1 week
Volcanic eruptions in the deep sea
Science Magazine 1 week
'World's Most Magnificent Time Machine,' the James Webb Space Telescope, Leaving Houston
SPACE.COM It survived a hurricane and is now off to earthquake territory: The James Webb Space Telescope has come out of its deep freeze and... 1 week
How tidal energy could help Japan with its nuclear power problem
PHYS.ORG Japan was the third-largest producer of nuclear power in the world in 2011. Then, on March 11 of that year, an earthquake of magnitude 9 was... 1 week
Researchers report human-perceived temperature rising faster than actual air temperature
PHYS.ORG To predict how humans will be affected by climate change, geographers and climatologists led by Professor David Chen Yongqin from the Department of Geography and Resource Management at... 1 week
A close-up look at an uncommon underwater eruption
SCIENCE DAILY A new article describes the first up-close investigation of the largest underwater volcanic eruption of the past century. 2 weeks
The largest deep-ocean silicic volcanic eruption of the past century
Science Magazine The 2012 submarine eruption of Havre volcano in the Kermadec arc, New Zealand, is the largest deep-ocean eruption in history and one of very few recorded submarine eruptions... 2 weeks
Monitoring reservoir response to earthquakes and fluid extraction, Salton Sea geothermal field, California
Science Magazine Continuous monitoring of in situ reservoir responses to stress transients provides insights into the evolution of geothermal reservoirs. By exploiting the stress... 2 weeks
A close-up look at an uncommon underwater eruption
PHYS.ORG On July 18, 2012, passengers on an airline flight over the Southwest Pacific Ocean glimpsed something unusual—a raft of floating rock known as pumice that indicated an underwater volcanic eruption had occurred... 2 weeks
Earthquakes as a driver for the deep-ocean carbon cycle
SCIENCE DAILY Geologists have used novel methods to analyze sediment deposits in the Japan Trench in order to gain new insights into the carbon cycle. 2 weeks
Earthquakes as a driver for the deep-ocean carbon cycle
PHYS.ORG An international team led by geologist Michael Strasser has used novel methods to analyze sediment deposits in the Japan Trench in order to gain new insights into the carbon cycle. 2 weeks
Common Treeshrew is Evolutionary Rule-Breaker, Researchers Say
SCI-NEWS.COM The common treeshrew (Tupaia glis) — a small mammal native to Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia — defies two widely tested rules that... 2 weeks
These two things matter when bouncing back from natural disasters 
PHYS.ORG On Sept. 19, 2017, an earthquake hit Mexico City that damaged and destroyed buildings across the city, killing more than 155 people. 2 weeks
Hurricanes and earthquakes—can one predict the other?
PHYS.ORG When three major hurricanes and just as many powerful earthquakes happen at around the same time, as they did in 2017, many wonder if they are connected. 2 weeks
New book explores the impact of geography on politics, psychology, behavior
PHYS.ORG Understanding geography is fundamental to understanding the world, says Ryan Enos, assistant professor of government and a specialist in American politics. People often classify places or... 2 weeks
Modeling where the wind blows
PHYS.ORG By incorporating geographical information into models for wind energy, researchers from KAUST have developed an innovative statistical tool that reduces the computational burden of locating global wind resources. 2 weeks
Seismic sensors record hurricane intensity, study finds
PHYS.ORG The earth is a noisy place. Seismometers, which measure ground movements to detect earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and manmade explosives, are constantly recording smaller vibrations caused by ocean waves, rushing rivers, and industrial activity. 2 weeks
Pan-European sampling campaign sheds light on the massive diversity of freshwater plankton
SCIENCE DAILY In a major pan-European study, biologists have successfully extracted environmental DNA from as many as 218 lakes to refute a long-year belief that vital... 2 weeks
Pan-European sampling campaign sheds light on the massive diversity of freshwater plankton
PHYS.ORG In a major pan-European study, a research team from Germany have successfully extracted environmental DNA (eDNA) from as many as 218 lakes to refute... 2 weeks
Study: Easter Island Had Supportive and Inclusive Community
SCI-NEWS.COM An analysis of so-called pukao — colossal stone hats of monumental statues (moai) on Easter Island — provides evidence contrary... 2 weeks
Cells lacking nuclei struggle to move in 3-D environments
PHYS.ORG
Medical News Today: Flu vaccine: Nasal drops may succeed where shots have failed
MNT
Watch this wearable electronic skin control virtual objects
Science Magazine
A nanophenomenon that triggers the bone-repair process
PHYS.ORG
How the legacy of dirty coal could create a clean energy future
PHYS.ORG
Experiment into how voters think shows that they go with their guts
PHYS.ORG
Using electric fields to manipulate droplets on a surface could enable high-volume, low-cost biology experiments
PHYS.ORG
How light pollution lures birds into urban areas during fall migration
PHYS.ORG
Using haptic feedback joysticks to fly drones
PHYS.ORG
MAST Isoplex DNA Lyo: New isothermal amplification kit using LAMP technology
NEWS MEDICAL
Temporary 'bathtub drains' in the ocean concentrate flotsam
PHYS.ORG
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy may start early even without signs of concussions
NEWS MEDICAL
The Scientific Reason People Love Pimple-Popping Videos
LIVE SCIENCE
NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Berguitta soaking Mauritius and Reunion Island
PHYS.ORG
Watch a robot made of DNA swing its arm
Science Magazine
North, east, south, west: The many faces of Abell 1758
PHYS.ORG
New power generation and propulsion system for satellites
PHYS.ORG
Glacial moulin formation triggered by rapid lake drainage
PHYS.ORG
How a Mormon lawyer transformed archaeology in Mexico—and ended up losing his faith
Science Magazine
NASA IMERG reveals rainfall rates of Tropical Cyclone Berguitta
PHYS.ORG
Semiconductor breakthrough may be game-changer for organic solar cells
PHYS.ORG
Baby boomers use too much energy in their homes
PHYS.ORG
How to avoid a sucker bet – with a little help from maths
PHYS.ORG
Radar adds technological twist to age-old cranberry counting process
PHYS.ORG
HSS orders Sectra’s 3D pre-operative planning solution for improving patient outcomes
NEWS MEDICAL