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New paper on the post-depositional changes of Tsunamites
A new paper published in Natural Hazards today discusses post-depositional changes of tsunamites. At sites in Thailand covered by sediments of the 2004 Sumatra...
The Wednesday Centerfault (8) – Virginia M5.8 Earthquake
Yesterday, a magnitude 5.8 earthquake happened near Mineral, Virginia in a depth of 6 km only (37.936°N, 77.933°W) with a thrust faulting mechanism. Media...
Special issue on Archaeology and Paleoseismology in Quat. Int. 242
It is our greatest pleasure to announce that a new special issue on paleo- and archaeoseismology has been published. The special issue of Quaternary...
Where on GoogleEarth? WoGE #306 (Updated)
Matthew’s WoGE #305 showed one of the rare sandstone outcrops in Georgia, the Broxton Rocks. The best hint was in the image source: “USDA...
What’s up? The Friday links (18)
Earthquake prediction again: The former president of India, Abdul Kalam, said earthquake prediction will be possible within 10 years. It would be great if...
New paper on active tectonics at Lake Ohrid
Our new paper on lake Ohrid was published in the ZDGG: Reicherter, K., Hoffmann, N., Lindhorst, K., Krastel, S., Fernandez-Steeger, T.M., Grützner, C., Wiatr,...
Reprise of the XVIII INQUA meeting in Berne, Switzerland, 2011
Dear friends, colleagues, and followers, last week the XVIII INQUA Congress took place in Berne (Switzerland). The session “Paleoseismology, megacities and critical social infrastructures” that...