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a graphic showing the location of seismographs Scientists Detect Seismic Signals From Tornado
Released March 8, 2012
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Alan Levander Rice University Geologist Leads Team Effort to Solve Mystery of the Colorado Plateau
Released April 27, 2011
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M8 visualization showing intense shaking in LA SCEC's 'M8' Earthquake Simulation Breaks Computational Records, Promises Better Quake Models
Released November 19, 2010
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earth and environment graphic Caltech Mineral Physicists Find New Scenery at Earth's Core-mantle Boundary
Released September 1, 2010
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Geologists are drilling into the San Andreas Fault. First Drill Hole Into San Andreas Fault Will Aid Earthquake Studies
Released August 3, 2005
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