Scientists found a tectonic plate that reveals an ancient sea that once existed in the region shortly after the dinosaur era.
An exhibit in London will showcase the life-threatening research of seismologist from the University of Cambridge as they witnessed and documented the biggest eruption in Iceland in 200 years.
An earthquake that starts out in one spot could more easily than thought leap to a nearby fault and create double earthquakes, as happened in Pakistan in 1997, says a new study. This could have impacts for Los Angeles.
Recent findings about prehistoric and more recent tsunamis off one of the Aleutian islands will provide background for other Pacific Rim preparedness, says a study.
Researchers who recently looked at earthquake data and other info regarding the Earth's mantle and core say that totally unexpected weather is occurring there.
A Northwestern University tsunami researcher who published recent research on tsunamis says that, especially as the world travels, these powerful wave incidents are everyone's problem. He grades how much we know.
Stone arches in Utah, some of which have fallen on trails over the years, are being tested for their seismic tones, or humming sounds.
Within 10 months of new magma flowing into the base of the volcano beneath Yellowstone National Park, some type of eruption might occur. When magma flows, here is our stopwatch, say researchers.
Coral that was killed during tectonic-plate movement near the Solomon Islands shows earthquake history and helps with some predictions, say researchers.
Traveling into the deepest depths of the Earth has frequently been a premise for some of Hollywood's more ridiculous science-fiction movies. However, experts have long known that there is no place for humanity - or life as we know it - under the incredible heat and pressure's of our planet's core. Now, researchers are using some of the world's most powerful supercomputers to look where we physically cannot.