Your tweets are being used by scientists to track earthquakes around the world

Your tweets are being used by scientists to track earthquakes around the world

The US Geological Survey (USGS) has begun using data from Twitter to detect earthquakes. In a blog post published this week, Twitter explains how the USGS, the government body responsible for...

Tracking Earthquakes Around The World | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

Tracking Earthquakes Around The World | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources

For a short time only, this impressive Earth Science packet is FREE! It includes worksheets on the solar system, the layers of the Earth, plate mo

FREE Earth Science Unit Study (50+ activities & Printables)

For a short time only, this impressive Earth Science packet is FREE! It includes worksheets on the solar system, the layers of the Earth, plate mo

Earthquake Lite: Track & follow earthquakes around the world in real time!* Best selling Earthquake app on the iPhone/iPad.* Live USGS data* Intern

Earthquake Lite: Track & follow earthquakes around the world in real time!* Best selling Earthquake app on the iPhone/iPad.* Live USGS data* Intern

By Ross Stein and David Jacobson, Temblor   Check your earthquake risk   Century City lies at the northern tip of the Newport-Inglewood Fault in Los Angeles. The base of the Santa Monica Mountains right behind the buildings, traces the active Santa Monica Fault.      For several decades, geologists assumed that faults more than 5 km (3 mi) apart could not rupture together. This inference was based on examination the surface ruptures of all M≥7 shocks around the world by geologists such as…

By Ross Stein and David Jacobson, Temblor Check your earthquake risk Century City lies at the northern tip of the Newport-Inglewood Fault in Los Angeles. The base of the Santa Monica Mountains right behind the buildings, traces the active Santa Monica Fault. For several decades, geologists assumed that faults more than 5 km (3 mi) apart could not rupture together. This inference was based on examination the surface ruptures of all M≥7 shocks around the world by geologists such as…

Using seismic vibrations from earthquakes around the world, they are figuring out what Earth looks like below the surface

Scientists mapping Earth in 3D, from the inside out

Using seismic vibrations from earthquakes around the world, they are figuring out what Earth looks like below the surface

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