Using meteorite impacts to study seismic waves on Mars

(Phys.org)—Earth scientist Nick Teanby with the University of Bristol in the U.K. has come up with a novel way to measure seismic waves traveling through the under-surface of Mars—use data from meteorite impacts. In his ...

Glacier song

Mountain glaciers represent one of the largest repositories of fresh water in alpine regions. However, little is known about the processes by which water moves through these systems. In this study published in Geology on ...

Finding faults: evidence of past earthquakes

(Phys.org)—Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) scientists have uncovered hard proof of faults in northern Delaware, indicating the occurrence of earthquakes millions of years ago.

Nea Kameni volcano movement captured by Envisat (w/ Video)

(Phys.org) -- Archived data from the Envisat satellite show that the volcanic island of Santorini has recently displayed signs of unrest. Even after the end of its mission, Envisat information continues to be exploited for ...

Earthquake's early warning signals detected for the first time

The 1999 Izmit earthquake in Turkey is one of the best recorded in the world. For the first time, researchers from CNRS, Kandilli Observatory (Istanbul) and the Tubitak research center observed that the earthquake was preceded ...

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