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
2016-10-24Borehole strainmeter B030 records slip around the world
2016-10-24The Transportable Array deploys along a remote Canadian “highway”
2016-10-24Plate Boundary Observatory monitoring networks on Mount St. Helens
2016-10-24Enhancing earthquake detection and imaging beneath the volcano
2016-10-23For every InSights issue, we feature two of the dozens of tools, modules, and activities that utilize EarthScope data to benefit a wide variety of users. We intend to reach K–12 and university educators, as well as informal programs like museums.
2016-10-11How the EarthScope AGeS program evolved
2016-10-10PBO Station P405 battles the elements at an energetic plate boundary
By ESNO - Spring 2016
"Wow, it's moving!" was called out frequently in the busy hall that housed the largest (and free!) national science festival. More than 365,000 people of all ages and
2016-09-20Using the Plate Boundary Observatory to monitor landslide motion. GPS Station AC55 in Alaska was moving more than expected. Some movement was normal due to tectonic plate movement and residual motion from previous earthquakes—other GPS stations...