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MON AUG 25, 2014 by FishOutofWater for SciTech
A landslide struck Askja’s crater lake on July 24, 2014, weeks before the volcanic earthquake swarm began in southeastern Iceland.
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SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A scientist from the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory told KPIX 5 that an experimental earthquake warning system worked, giving about a 10-second alert prior to the magnitude 6 South Napa quake that struck the Bay Area Sunday morning. 59 more words
Today’s factismal: The Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland has begun to erupt!
If you are a geologist, these are exciting times. Not only do we finally have a theory that explains how mountains and volcanoes form… 1,264 more words
University of Texas Institute for Geophysics Research Associate Jake Walter contributed to a published study examining the connection between the 8.8-magnitude earthquake in Chile in 2010 and micro-earthquakes in Antarctica, also known as “icequakes.” 122 more words
Innovative approach to monitor earthquakes: