Articles

The 2002 Denali earthquake surface rupture crosses alluvial fans, as imaged in EarthScope lidar data.

Drawing Lines from the Air


2015-12-22

High-resolution Topographic Data Comes of Age
Installing a continuous GPS station at Macmillan Pass, Canada.

Mackenzie Mountains Mystery: New EarthScope Project Peers Underneath an Unlikely Mountain Range


2015-12-22

By Kerry Klein - Winter 2016

At first blush, the Mackenzie Mountains in northern Canada could be the Rocky Mountains’ long lost sibling. They appear just as angular and…

Installed seismometer and continuous GPS site. Canada

Supporting Earth Science in the Canadian Sub-Arct


2015-12-01

By Justin Sweet - Winter 2016

Canada’s Yukon and Northwest Territories are not known as hospitable land. This sub-arctic region, home to the Mackenzie Mountains project, presented

Station AC46

Back to Mothership


2015-12-01

How PBO data get from Everywhere to somewhere
Earthscope Globe

The Cascadia Initiative: A Sea Change in Seismolog


2015-11-19

By Cascadia Initiative Expedition Team (CIET)[http://cascadia.uoregon.edu] - Winter 2015

 

The increasing public awareness that the

Field trip

ES National Meeting, June 2015


2015-10-13

By ESNO - Fall 2015

The 2015 EarthScope National Meeting in Stowe, Vermont showcased pioneering EarthScope studies in poster and talk sessions, preceded by an optional pre-meeting field

ESNO in Fairbanks

Fall 2015 Announcements


2015-10-01

Meet the New EarthScope National Office

Over the next four years, the EarthScope National Office (ESNO) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks will focus on bringing EarthScope science to

Install in Alaska. Klein

Alaska Bound


2015-09-22

Transportable Array migrates northward
reelfoot rift

Underground Clues Help Explain an Old Earthquake Mystery


2015-09-19

By Adam Mann - Fall 2015

In 1811 and 1812, the New Madrid earthquakes destroyed homes and buildings through northeast Arkansas and the Missouri Bootheel. According to…

The accelerometer installed at P248, clamped to the vertical leg of the GPS monument. (Photo Doerte Mann, UNAVCO)

Low-Cost Additions to the Plate Boundary Observatory for Earthquake Early Warning


2015-04-15

By Doerte Mann and Beth Bartel - Spring 2015

One of the major benefits of the Plate Boundary Observatory (PBO) is its contribution to prototype Earthquake Early Warning systems (EEW).