2019-07-11Wait, I could do geophysics—physics and math—and go outside?! That's the perfect combination.
2019-02-14Geodesy is the science of measuring the size, shape, and gravity field of Earth, and how these change with time.
2019-02-14The USArray has operated for over 15 years as a community science facility designed to address EarthScope’s goal of understanding the structure and evolution of the North American continent.
2019-02-14Sharing Science through the EarthScope Speaker Series and Save the Date for the EarthScope Legacy Education and Outreach Virtual Workshop
2019-02-14The Gold Standard for Scientific Drilling Through an Active, Continental Transform Fault
2018-09-04EarthScope data is changing our views of this billion-year-old feature
2018-08-31New ocean-bottom seismometers complement the Transportable Array
2018-08-31What causes earthquakes in the interior of North America, far from plate boundaries?
2018-08-29This issue features the first ANGLE educator workshop, which focused on giving educators tools for teaching about Alaska geoscience and community resiliency to tsunami and earthquake hazards.
2018-07-10Humans of EarthScope: “I like making interpretations about the earth, which is the common denominator for everyone.”
2018-05-24Science Educators Gather in Anchorage to Learn about Teaching and Preparing for Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Volcanoes in Alaska
2018-05-07High-resolution images reveal fault movement—before and after quakes—to experts and students
2018-05-04PBO station P496 not only shook during the 7.2 El Mayor–Cucapah earthquake in northwestern Mexico, but moved permanently as a result of it.
2018-05-01We explore the senses in this issue, from visual resources for current events-based lessons, to mapping with lasers, to learning about seismic waves through sound. Bonus materials: What wildlife sets off seismic sensors?
2018-03-06Humans of EarthScope: "The stuff we’re researching is fundamental to how the whole planet functions."
2018-01-28New Alaska data reaches beyond earthquakes
2018-01-24I got into geology originally because I was always fascinated by the history of the earth.
Science Fair season is coming soon, giving students a chance to explore hands-on science. (Photo by Molly Tedesche)
In every inSights issue, we feature a few of the dozens of
2017-10-11As the science writing intern for the EarthScope National Office, field work is not generally a part of my job.
2017-07-26How EarthScope’s infrasound and seismic capabilities monitor evolving volcanic eruptions
2017-06-16A culmination of 15 years of expansive geoscience research
2017-05-05How EarthScope data help reveal the roots of anomalous seismic zones in the southeastern U.S.
Science Nugget - By Paul Segall (Stanford University), Ying-Qi Wong (Stanford University), Kyle Anderson (U.S.G.S.) - NSF # EAR 1358607 | 2014-2017
by Gail McCormick - Winter 2017
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
Science Nugget - By Eugene Humphreys (University of Oregon Eugene) and Robert van der Hilst (MIT) - NSF # EAR 952194 | 2010-2012
Seismic tomography images high-velocity…
Science Nugget - By Jeanine Buehler (University of California San Diego) and Peter Shearer (University of California San Diego) - NSF EAR # 1358510 | 2014
By Cascadia Initiative Expedition Team (CIET)[http://cascadia.uoregon.edu] - Winter 2015
The increasing public awareness that the
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…
By Brandon Schmandt, University of New Mexico and Fan-Chi Lin, University of Utah - Spring 2015
One of the major observational components of the EarthScope program is the…
By Megan Anderson (CC), Kate Miller (TAMU), Susan Beck (UA), and Margarete Jadamec (UH) - Fall 2014
The structural dissimilarity between basement-involved arches and thin…
By Perle Dorr, IRIS - Spring 2014
The National Science Foundation is funding the creation of a Central and Eastern US Network (CEUSN) for the purpose of obtaining long-…
North Texas Earthquake Study Group, Southern Methodist University - Spring 2014
There is currently public, scientific, and policy concern regarding the recent increased…
By ESNO - Winter 2014
Geology might not be the first thing that comes to mind if you heard the names SESAME, CAFÉ, SUGAR, and OIINK, but these are just a few examples of…
By Glen Mattioli and David Mencin - Winter 2014
Data from the Yellowstone Gladwin Tensor strainmeter (GTSM) network are improving the understanding of the structure of…
By IRIS - Fall 2013
Ten years ago, the construction of USArray observatories officially began. This followed numerous community meetings, countless hours of meticulous…
By Kang Hyeun Ji - Fall 2013
Continuous monitoring of volcanic activity provides a way to detect changes from usual activity, provide warning impending eruptions, and…
Trevor Bollmann, Emily Wolin, Suzan van der Lee, and the SPREE Team - Summer 2013
Northwestern University, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Minnesota…
Terry Pavlis, UTEP - Spring 2013
On February 19 and 20 approximately 50 geoscientists met at the Pacific Geoscience Center in Sydney, British Columbia, to discuss…
By Manochehr Bahavar and Chad Trabant - Summer 2013
Diverse natural and man-made acoustic sources such as large explosions, rocket launches, and meteorites can act as…
By Catherine D. de Groot-Hedlin and Michael Hedlin - Spring 2013
The large meteorite that entered Earth's atmosphere above Chelyabinsk, Russia last month drew attention…
By Dr.Hersh Gilbert - Fall 2012
Do high mountains possess thick roots of low-density crust that keep them a"oat in the denser mantle, or do zones of low-density mantle…
By Meghan Berg - Spring 2012
On August 23, 2011, the Mw 5.8 Mineral, Virginia, earthquake rocked the east coast of the U.S. While moderate in comparison to recent mega-…