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What’s up? The Friday links (17)
This week’s Friday links are almost entirely earthquake related. On James’ Empty Blog you can find some scary but interesting videos from the Japan...
Public version of the EEE Catalogue online!
The public version of the EEE Catalogue, a global catalogue of environmental effects induced by modern, historical and paleoearthquakes, is available at http://www.eeecatalog.sinanet.apat.it/terremoti/index.php. This...
3rd Workshop on Paleoseismology and Archaeoseismology in Mexico
Dear friends, we announce here that the 3rd INQUA-IGCP 567 international workshop will take place in Morelia, Mexico in November 2012. After Baelo Claudia...
What’s up? The Friday links (16)
Cyprus explosion caused an M3.0 earthquake: On 11 July, a catastrophe took place in southern Cyprus. 2,000 tons of amunition confiscated from an Iranian...
The Wednesday Centerfault (7)
This week’s centerfault is a very prominent one that you will know for sure – the Dead Sea Fault. The sinistral strike-slip fault marks...
What’s up? The Friday links (15)
The most exciting news this week surely were the media reports that a tsunami destroyed ancient Olympia in Greece, hundreds of years ago. Andreas...
English report on the Mw5.1 Lorca earthquake out now
The preliminary report on the Lorca Mw5.1 earthquake from 11 May 2011 is now also available in English! The quake caused a lot of...
The Wednesday Centerfault (6)
This day’s Centerfault is one of the longest and best investigated faults in Spain, the sinistral Carboneras Fault Zone (CFZ) in Andalusia (36.85°N, 2.25°W)....
What’s up? The Friday links (14)
Some good articles came up last week, and two interesting things happened in northwestern Europe. A small earthquake (M2.7-M3.4) hit northern Netherlands in the...