Natural disasters have been quite a curse to mankind. Many natural disasters from earthquakes, tsunamis to storms and even rainfalls have killed many thousands across the world. It's that one time when man feels helpless since no technology can stop nature's outburst. Lately there have been quite a few earthquakes that have shocked the world.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) recently released a study stating the most Earthquake-vulnerable states, which include Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arkansas.
Managing the Earth’s environment based on predicted outcomes can be tricky and preventative measures often backfire. Researchers suggest taking an adaptive management approach.
Balanced on tips or in other precarious positions, rocks in California between the San Andreas and San Jacinto fault lines remain undisturbed. Researchers have new findings on how that could be, and some thoughts on earthquake planning.