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Peter Basmajian Jul 16
Felt that one...right on top of it.
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Clinton Alexander Jul 16
Just had an earthquake. Light to moderate jolt.
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USGS Jul 8
This video shows earthquake events a few hours before the M6.4 on July 4th, 2019 to present (as of above noon on July 8th, 2019).
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Book Of Timothy 19h
There have been 38 in the past 23hrs worldwide, again, mostly focused around the , from M4.0 to M6.0. Activity continues around countries southward to , and east to western . has been consistant with downgrades.
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Sona Jul 16
Oh just felt an earthquake in Mountain View
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eastcountytoday.net Jul 16
The says 4.4 out of Blackhawk...
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Jordan S Read 16h
we're going to be hiring a full time permanent federal employee at to work on water in our branch. Interested or have questions? DM me and work on great projects!
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Angela Chung Jul 12
Replying to @SeismoAngie
Alert delivery would also depend on thresholds set by both the and the alert providers (this was not a very large earthquake). Lots of discussions going on there.
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Rakhi Mukherjee 22h
hosted the Cambridge initiative for Programme Leaders of CIDTL across Mumbai. Ms. Nivedita Bose, Cambridge PDQ Manager, South Asia convened the session and our Programme Leader, Ms. Leena Mehta reviewed the updated version of the new syllabus and e-portfolio.
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USGS Volcanoes🌋 13h
It’s time for ! Meet Max Burnham. Max is an intern for the Cooperative Summer Field Training Program, working at the -Cascades Volcano Observatory. Max is creating a database of digitized volcanic hazard maps and populations at risk from hazards.
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INFORM Jul 16
researchers are putting together a 3-D model of the caldera and piecing together the complicated geology that creates all that acid mine drainage. Nifty new factsheet.
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World Earthquakes on the Map Jul 16
M4.5 - South of the Fiji Islands Mag: 4.5 Depth: 532.46km Date-Time: 2019-07-16 12:36:02 UTC
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Alaska AVO Jul 15
Replying to @alaska_avo
Tanaga last erupted in 1914. Here's a photo that C. Read took in better weather, in 2010. For more Tanaga information, visit
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🏳️‍🌈 Cara Santa Maria 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 15
Trump administration officials are removing references to climate change from U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) press releases. 🤦‍♀️
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History_of_Geology Jul 14
July 14, 1862, birthday of pioneering Frances Bascom, 2nd woman to earn a Ph.D in geology in the United States & first woman hired by the ⚒️
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Mickey Fulp Jul 13
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Karen Jul 13
Looking into this dataset of earthquake induced landslides following the 2015 Gorkha earthquake for the competition. We’re thinking through how visualize the relationship between these two hazards. Stay tuned!
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Ryan Gold Jul 13
Headed home after a week working on response to . Impressive effort by all involved from and many more. A few of my favorite photos: ~4 m offset dirt road, 108F temps, central part of M7.1 rupture with and for scale
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Yu-Chun Kao Jul 13
the legendary CP Madenjian shows his experiment to Prof. Shih from .
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Alaska AVO Jul 12
flyby DEM created by merging photos taken during fieldwork last summer. Video made by Matt Loewen and Tim Orr. More Shishaldin information at:
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