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by salsinawi
Thu Jun 10, 2021 2:55 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Ancient volcanic eruption destroyed the ozone layer
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Ancient volcanic eruption destroyed the ozone layer

Ancient volcanic eruption destroyed the ozone layer Ozone depletion following the Toba eruption around 74,000 years ago compounded the ensuing volcanic winter and caused a human population bottleneck. https://discovery.kaust.edu.sa/en/article/1123/ancient-volcanic- eruption-destroyed-the-ozone-laye...
by salsinawi
Thu Jun 10, 2021 1:45 am
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: On the Relevance of Geodetic Deformation Rates to Earthquake Potential
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On the Relevance of Geodetic Deformation Rates to Earthquake Potential

Research Letter On the Relevance of Geodetic Deformation Rates to Earthquake Potential Kelin Wang, Yijie Zhu, Edwin Nissen, Zheng-Kang Shen First published: 04 May 2021 https://doi.org/10.1029/2021GL093231 https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2021GL093231
by salsinawi
Thu Jun 10, 2021 1:43 am
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: A better way to forecast megathrust earthquakes and subsequent tsunami events
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A better way to forecast megathrust earthquakes and subsequent tsunami events

A better way to forecast megathrust earthquakes and subsequent tsunami events 2 days ago Megathrust earthquakes have caused some of the most devastating natural disasters in history, but a new model could improve our ability to forecast them. By Jessica Orwig, Ph.D., Science Writer Citation: Orwig,...
by salsinawi
Thu Jun 10, 2021 1:40 am
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: DAS: A Seismic Shift in Sensing
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Views: 67

DAS: A Seismic Shift in Sensing

Issues / 2021 / June 2021 / DAS:
DAS: A Seismic Shift in Sensing
Edwin Cartlidge
From earthquakes to smart cities, fiber can monitor systems in unprecedented detail.



https://www.osaopn.org/home/articles/vo ... n_sensing/
by salsinawi
Tue May 18, 2021 3:01 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Earthquake Risk Assessment: Current Challenges & Future
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Views: 132

Earthquake Risk Assessment: Current Challenges & Future

Earthquake Risk Assessment: Current Challenges & Future


https://www.globalquakemodel.org/GEMNews/ucl-epicentre -earthquake-risk-assessment-webinar-2021
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by salsinawi
Tue May 18, 2021 3:00 pm
Forum: Earthquake Research
Topic: 120 Years of Earthquakes and Their Tsunamis: 1901-2020"
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120 Years of Earthquakes and Their Tsunamis: 1901-2020"

120 Years of Earthquakes and Their Tsunamis: 1901-2020"


https://youtu.be/Mq2fosjMBJY
by salsinawi
Fri May 07, 2021 2:35 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Recent large Japan quakes are aftershocks of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake
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Recent large Japan quakes are aftershocks of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake

Recent large Japan quakes are aftershocks of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake POSTED ON MAY 6, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Less clear is whether the three magnitude-7 quakes in the past 80 days are part of a chain reaction. The sequence has nevertheless left some faults closer to failure, so more shocks are possible...
by salsinawi
Fri May 07, 2021 2:34 pm
Forum: Earthquake Research
Topic: Icequakes indicate Antarctic glaciers on the move
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Views: 128

Icequakes indicate Antarctic glaciers on the move

Icequakes indicate Antarctic glaciers on the move POSTED ON MAY 3, 2021 BY TEMBLOR A study of seismicity within Perunika Glacier on Livingston Island in Antarctica reveals variable icequake frequency possibly linked to melting ice. By Makenna Lenover, Temblor Earthquake News extern (@makennalenover...
by salsinawi
Thu May 06, 2021 2:48 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Seismicity on Mars Full of Surprises
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Views: 175

Seismicity on Mars Full of Surprises

Seismicity on Mars Full of Surprises –More Than 500 Marsquakes Detected by InSight Lander in First Year TOPICS:InSightMarsTectonic Plates By SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA MAY 4, 2021 https://scitechdaily.com/seismicity-on-mars-full-of-surprises-more-than-500-marsquakes-detected-by-insight-lander...
by salsinawi
Tue May 04, 2021 2:18 pm
Forum: Earthquake Research
Topic: Fiber-optic cables can sense aftershocks
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Views: 150

Fiber-optic cables can sense aftershocks

Fiber-optic cables can sense aftershocks POSTED ON APRIL 29, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Scientists transformed telecom cables beneath Tangshan, China, into a rapidly deployed aftershock monitoring network following the 2020 magnitude-5.1 earthquake. By Mariah C. Hoskins, Ph.D., science writer (@DrMCHoskins) C...
by salsinawi
Tue May 04, 2021 2:16 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Megamodels: Chile’s insurance sector sharpens up
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Megamodels: Chile’s insurance sector sharpens up

Megamodels: Chile’s insurance sector sharpens up POSTED ON APRIL 30, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Chile’s prehistoric megathrust earthquakes can inform hazard models for the natural disaster insurance industry. By Madeline Dahm, science writer (@MadelineDahm) Citation: Dahm, M., 2021, Megamodels: Chile’s insura...
by salsinawi
Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:11 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Overdue? The future of large earthquakes in California
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Views: 434

Overdue? The future of large earthquakes in California

Overdue? The future of large earthquakes in California POSTED ON APRIL 21, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Is California overdue for a large earthquake? Perhaps, but residents shouldn’t get complacent. By Krystal Vasquez (@CaffeinatedKrys) Citation: Vasquez, K., 2021, Overdue? The future of large earthquakes in Ca...
by salsinawi
Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:09 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Surprising recharacterization of earthquake risk along a strand of the San Andreas
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Views: 317

Surprising recharacterization of earthquake risk along a strand of the San Andreas

Surprising recharacterization of earthquake risk along a strand of the San Andreas POSTED ON APRIL 20, 2021 BY TEMBLOR A recent study indicates increased slip rates along the Mission Creek strand of the San Andreas Fault, suggesting a novel configuration of earthquake risk at this latitude. By Ben ...