Researchers studying the growth patterns of ancient corals have uncovered the slowest recorded earthquake in history in Indonesia’s Simeuleu Island.
A new model based on historical earthquake data explores the potential of predicting major earthquakes.
Mt. Aso, one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, is at much greater risk of erupting after the 2016 Kumamoto quake.
Seismic and GPS data collected from the 2012 Indian Ocean earthquake have allowed scientists to estimate the amount of water trapped in layers of the Earth.