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Purtroppo le repliche dei terremoti del 6 febbraio dureranno mesi se non anni. Non solo, ma il rischio di un altro evento importante da quelle parti nei prossimi mesi / anni è purtroppo elevato.
Vediamo la distribuzione da sismicità aggiornata [...]
Ayer se publicaron, en la revista Diversity, los resultados del estudio de los restos de tortugas recuperados en las excavaciones de finales del siglo XIX del clásico yacimiento del Paleolítico Medio de Mealhada (Coimbra, Portugal). Este trabajo [...]
This is the bulge forming. An M6 or 7 will close up the stress disturbance, and be stable again for hundreds of years.ps. if I wanted to work, I would look at the topography and put magnetic sensors along that zone. Earthquakes are like [...]
When you test rock samples in a big machine, you see the fracture patterns. This was my background in rock mechanics. Geotechnical engineering and rock mechanics is a dead field now, because everybody and their dog thinks they can do it. [...]
It is my hypothesis that all areas of the world have exactly the same seismic risk. That's because most places are very slack if there are no earthquakes in living memory. As well, seismic hazard and risk are determined mostly by soil [...]
Volcanic Activity Heats Up at Santorini?
Another Correspondent found THIS ARTICLE in the Guardian. It is based on THIS academic paper. It concerns the Kolumbo submarine volcano which last erupted in 1650 CE when it killed 70 people.
There are [...]
Inspired into action by the Tubbs Fire in 2017, this Environmental Science and Policy alum is helping to bring justice and equity issues into environmental
As earthquake engineers stress, most of the time, buildings kill people, not the shaking itself. It’s exceedingly hard to unbuild, move back, or retrofit buildings at
The key to addressing climate migration and displacement is to come up with creative solutions that will make it easier — not harder — for people to flee from
A Q&A with archaeologist and anthropologist Kristina Douglass, who studies the evolving relationships between people and the