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Seismic monitoring of permafrost uncovers trend likely related to warming

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Field work at Svalbard : installation of the temporary seismic network around the Adventdalen valley in May…

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New knowledge of Earth’s mantle helps to explain Indonesia’s explosive volcanoes

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Agung, a volcano in Bali, had an explosive eruption in 2018. view more  Credit: O.L. Andersen Indonesia’s…

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Earth’s oldest minerals date onset of plate tectonics to 3.6 billion years ago

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Zircons studied by the research team, photographed using cathodoluminescence, a technique that allowed the team to visualize…

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Science with Sam: Are there volcanoes in space?

News Post || Tech News From the ancient eruptions of Mount Vesuvius to ash clouds twice the volume of Everest,…

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An ocean 13 million years in the making

Fitness & Health: Spreading of the seafloor in the Red Sea basin is found to have begun along its entire…

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How do slow anomalies beneath subducting slabs affect giant megathrust earthquakes?

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Illustration of the influence of subslab heterogeneity on the generation of giant earthquakes view more  Credit: IOCAS…

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Earth’s land may have formed 500 million years earlier than we thought

News Post || Tech News By James Dacey ASFD ASDF Simone Marchi/SwRI The Earth’s continental crust may have emerged 500…

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Seismicity on Mars full of surprises, in first continuous year of data

Fitness & Health: The SEIS seismometer package from the Mars InSight lander has collected its first continuous Martian year of…

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DeepShake uses machine learning to rapidly estimate earthquake shaking intensity

Fitness & Health: A deep spatiotemporal neural network trained on more than 36,000 earthquakes offers a new way of quickly…

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Fiber optic cable monitors microseismicity in Antarctica

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Fiber optic seismology array in Antarctica view more  Credit: Michael Kendall/ University of Oxford At the Seismological…

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