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A calving event at Yahtse Glacier in Icy Bay, Alaska, sends a seismic wave through the ice. Seismologists are using these seismic signals to determine when and why calving occurs. Photo by Tim Bartholomaus.

Calving Season


2017-04-03

How EarthScope seismometers help track glacier breakdown
Turnagain Arm, Alaska

EarthScope National Meeting 2017


2017-03-09

The last EarthScope National Meeting will be held in Anchorage, Alaska from May 16-18, 2017.
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2017-02-01

inSights Winter 2017
P208 in California. Credit UNAVCO

Salt Canyon, California


2017-02-01

PBO Station P208 watches the grass grow...literally
The Alaska Transportable Array deployment coordinator, field operations managers, and station specialists. Photo credit: Maria Sanders, Jeremy Miner, and Ryan Bierma

The Alaska Transportable Array Team


2017-02-01

Achieving Success in Challenging Environments
PBO monument P360 uses GPS technology to monitor snow depth in Island Park, Montana. This station, powered by a solar panel, is one of 100 used by researchers to measure snow depth using GPS. Credit: UNAVCO

Improving Snow-Depth Forecasting with EarthScope’s Plate Boundary Observatory


2017-02-01

by Gail McCormick - Winter 2017

USA STEM Festival, 2016

Winter 2017 Education Corner


2017-02-01

In every InSights issue, ESNO features two of the dozens of tools, modules, and activities that utilize EarthScope data to benefit a wide variety of users (K–12, university educators, informal programs like museums or after-school programs)
Photo by U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Nahshon Almandmoss Pavlof volcano erupts on March 28, 2016. The photo was taken looking northeast from a Coast Guard Hercules aircraft at 20,000 feet.

Volcano study examines relationship between seismic signals, sound waves


2017-01-23

By Sue Mitchell - University of Alaska Fairbanks Press Release - January 17, 2017 (http://news.uaf.edu/hearing-a-volcanic-plume/)

A study of relationships between seismic signals and sound

Borehole strainmeter B030, Fall Creek, Oregon.

Fall Creek, Oregon


2016-10-24

Borehole strainmeter B030 records slip around the world
The Dempster Highway winds southward in the distance from station TA.G30M, situated north of the Arctic Circle.

Driving the Dempster


2016-10-24

The Transportable Array deploys along a remote Canadian “highway”