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by salsinawi
Wed Mar 24, 2021 9:07 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: Earthquake damage is more than just shaking
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Earthquake damage is more than just shaking

Earthquake damage is more than just shaking What different factors lead to earthquake damage? 23 March 2021 Interview with Wendy Bohon, Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology Part of the show Earthquakes: Science on Shaky Ground EARTHQUAKE-DAMAGE https://www.thenakedscientists.com/articl...
by salsinawi
Fri Mar 19, 2021 2:46 pm
Forum: Seismic Hazard , Risk Management & Earthquake Engineering
Topic: High-rises at risk: Building codes underestimate Vancouver’s seismic hazard
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High-rises at risk: Building codes underestimate Vancouver’s seismic hazard

High-rises at risk: Building codes underestimate Vancouver’s seismic hazard POSTED ON MA RCH 16, 2021 BY TEMBLOR S ta te of the art simulations reveal that Vancouver’s tall concrete buildings are especially vulnerable to some types of seismic waves. By S hi En Kim (@goes_by_kim) Citati on: Kim, S. ...
by salsinawi
Fri Mar 19, 2021 2:42 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Disappearance of ancient lake may explain earthquake gap in Southern California
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Views: 300

Disappearance of ancient lake may explain earthquake gap in Southern California

Disappearance of ancient lake may explain earthquake gap in Southern California POSTED ON MARCH 18, 2021 BY TEMBLOR New models add to the evidence that stress changes from prehistoric Lake Cahuilla helped trigger past large earthquakes. By Laura Fattaruso, M.S., Ph.D. Candidate, UMass Amherst (@lab...
by salsinawi
Thu Mar 18, 2021 1:06 pm
Forum: Earthquake Research
Topic: Destructive M6.2 Petrinja Earthquake (Croatia) in 2020—Preliminary Multidisciplinary Research
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Destructive M6.2 Petrinja Earthquake (Croatia) in 2020—Preliminary Multidisciplinary Research

Open AccessArticle Destructive M6.2 Petrinja Earthquake (Croatia) in 2020—Preliminary Multidisciplinary Research by Snježana Markušić 1,*, Davor Stanko 2, Davorin Penava 3, Ines Ivančić 1, Olga Bjelotomić Oršulić 4, Tvrtko Korbar 5 and Vasilis Sarhosis 6 1 Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Scien...
by salsinawi
Fri Mar 05, 2021 2:22 am
Forum: Earthquake Research
Topic: Earthquake cluster and tsunami alert: What you need to know
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Earthquake cluster and tsunami alert: What you need to know

Earthquake cluster and tsunami alert: What you need to know

15:04, Mar 05 2021




http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/3002450 ... ed-to-know
by salsinawi
Tue Feb 23, 2021 3:29 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Connecting faults improves earthquake forecasting models
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Views: 576

Connecting faults improves earthquake forecasting models

Connecting faults improves earthquake forecasting models POSTED ON FEBRUARY 4, 2021 BY TEMBLOR A recent study shows that seismic hazard analyses can be improved by connecting more faults in an earthquake forecasting model. By Jeng Hann Chong, Cal State University Northridge Citation: Chong, J.H., 2...
by salsinawi
Tue Feb 23, 2021 3:24 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Supercomputer creates over 700,000 years of simulated earthquakes
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Supercomputer creates over 700,000 years of simulated earthquakes

Supercomputer creates over 700,000 years of simulated earthquakes POSTED ON FEBRUARY 22, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Researchers used supercomputers to create millennia of simulated earthquakes in Southern California, then studied what hazard these quakes might create. By Lauren Milideo, Ph.D., science writer ...
by salsinawi
Wed Feb 03, 2021 4:20 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Petrinja earthquake moved crust 10 feet
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Views: 515

Petrinja earthquake moved crust 10 feet

Petrinja earthquake moved crust 10 feet POSTED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2021 BY TEMBLOR A preliminary analysis shows that the fault that slipped in December’s destructive magnitude-6.4 Petrinja earthquake slipped about 10 feet (three meters). By Athanassios Ganas, National Observatory of Athens, Institute of ...
by salsinawi
Wed Feb 03, 2021 4:18 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Earthquake lightning is grounded in rock slides
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Views: 488

Earthquake lightning is grounded in rock slides

[b ] Earthquake lightning is grounded in rock slides [/b] POSTED ON JANUARY 27, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Recent lab experiments show that flashes of light seen during earthquakes come from rocks that fracture during landslides caused by shaking ground. By Melissa L. Weber, science writer (@Melwriter) Citatio...
by salsinawi
Mon Feb 01, 2021 3:35 pm
Forum: Earth Science Research
Topic: NZ Seismicity in January 2021... & January 1921
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NZ Seismicity in January 2021... & January 1921


NZ Seismicity in January 2021... & January 1921


NZ Earthquake Bulletin

Sunday, 31 January 2021

Monthly Seismicity Summary #1 - January 2021


https://nzeq.blogspot.com/2021/01/nz-se ... y.html?m=1
by salsinawi
Mon Feb 01, 2021 3:33 pm
Forum: Earth Science Research
Topic: Volcanic seismicity beneath Chuginadak Island, Alaska (Cleveland and Tana volcanoes)
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Volcanic seismicity beneath Chuginadak Island, Alaska (Cleveland and Tana volcanoes)

Volcanic seismicity beneath Chuginadak Island, Alaska (Cleveland and Tana volcanoes): Implications for magma dynamics and eruption forecasting J ournal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research Available online 30 January 2021, 107182 In Press, Journal Pre-proofWhat are Journal Pre-proof articles? Aut...
by salsinawi
Wed Jan 27, 2021 4:07 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: The Great Quake and the Great Drowning
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Views: 502

The Great Quake and the Great Drowning

science and societies The Great Quake and the Great Drowning Mega-quakes have periodically rocked North America’s Pacific Northwest. Indigenous people told terrifying stories about the devastation but refused to leave. o https://www.hakaimagazine.com/features/great-quake-and-great-drowning/ [/color] o
by salsinawi
Wed Jan 27, 2021 4:06 pm
Forum: Scientific Advances in The Media
Topic: Fault slip angles reveal continuum of earthquake rupture speeds
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Views: 501

Fault slip angles reveal continuum of earthquake rupture speeds

Fault slip angles reveal continuum of earthquake rupture speeds POSTED ON JANUARY 22, 2021 BY TEMBLOR Researchers show how a range of fault slip angles explains the observed continuum of earthquake rupture speeds, even those thought forbidden by classic theory. By Mariah C. Hoskins, Ph.D., Science ...