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researchers installing sensors New view of Rainier's volcanic plumbing
Released July 17, 2014
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the approximate location of maximum subsidence Research finds human impact may cause Sierra Nevada to rise, increase seismicity of San Andreas Fault
Released May 15, 2014
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water in Southern California's Great Valley California mountains rise as groundwater depleted in state's Central Valley
Released May 14, 2014
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earth and environment graphic Scientists calculate friction of Japan's 9.0 earthquake in 2011
Released December 5, 2013
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image of the Grand Canyon Molten magma can survive in upper crust for hundreds of millennia
Released August 19, 2013
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a map showing portable seismometers Superstorm Sandy Shook the U.S.
Released April 18, 2013
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Bill Hammond with a GPS installation Rapid Sierra Nevada Uplift Tracked by Scientists at the University of Nevada, Reno
Released May 3, 2012
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image of the Grand Canyon Evidence for a Geologic Trigger of the Cambrian Explosion
Released April 18, 2012
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garnet pyroxenite xenolith Copper Chains: Study Reveals Earth's Deep-seated Hold on Copper
Released April 5, 2012
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3-D map of post-earthquake topography 3-D Laser Map Shows Earthquake Before and After
Released February 9, 2012
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map showing where soils study took place Study of Soil Effects From March 11 Japan Earthquake Could Improve Building Design
Released July 18, 2011
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earth and environment graphic Scientists Find Increase in Microearthquakes After Chilean Quake
Released February 25, 2011
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the three layers beneath North America North American Continent is a Layer Cake, Scientists Discover
Released August 25, 2010
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dynamic topography and mantle flow Flow in Earth's Mantle Moves Mountains
Released June 3, 2010
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Gulf of California Oceanic Crust Formation is Dynamic After All
Released November 23, 2009
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San Andreas Fault San Andreas Affected by 2004 Sumatran Quake
Released September 30, 2009
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Paul Silver and Fenglin Niu New Way to Monitor Faults May Help Predict Earthquakes
Released September 30, 2009
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