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Sat, 2019-01-26 01:08
El terremoto se encuentra rodeado por recientes grandes terremotos; es incierto si uno pudiera ocurrir aquí
Sat, 2019-01-26 00:57
The earthquake is surrounded by recent great quakes; whether one could strike here is uncertain
Fri, 2019-01-25 22:25
After passage by both the House and the Senate, President Trump has signed into law a bill to temporarily reopen the federal government until 15 February. First, I am relieved to know this action means federal employees, including federal scientists, will receive their first paychecks in more than 30 days, and that they will receive the back pay they are owed. Unfortunately, the havoc this unprecedented shutdown has wreaked on their lives will not be so easily erased. On a broader level, I’m also relieved that our nation’s federal scientists, and the contractors they work with, will be able to return to their important work. We jeopardize public health and safety, not to mention national security, when those dedicated individuals aren’t allowed to do their jobs. More than that the shutdown’s impact stretches even further when the researchers, labs and others outside of the federal government who regularly collaborate with our federal scientists or who rely on data from federal...
Wed, 2019-01-23 15:09
Raul Madariaga: “Es claro para varios de nosotros que la región de Coquimbo tiene una sismicidad inusual y en aumento que podría preparar el área para un terremoto muy grande cerca del final de este sigo.”
Wed, 2019-01-23 11:20
As we start a new year of publishing, we'd like to say a big thank you to all our wonderful reviewers in 2018! Continue reading →
Tue, 2019-01-22 11:36
How do geologists know what the interior of the Earth looks like? Continue reading →
Tue, 2019-01-22 09:53
The 53rd annual meeting of the Association of Earth Science Editors will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, September 4 to 7, 2019. AESE meetings are a wonderful way to learn about earth science editing, publishing and communication. Our meetings, generally small in size, consist of two days of technical sessions and a one-day field trip, and provide an unparalleled opportunity to network with other editors, publishers, educators and others working in the earth sciences.    Nicknamed ‘The Queen City’, Regina is the capital of the province of Saskatchewan, one of the three ‘Prairie Provinces’ in Canada. Settled in 1882, Regina was originally called ‘Wascana’, a Cree term meaning ‘Pile of Bones’. Located roughly in the centre of the North American continent, Regina is like an oasis of trees, people and buildings in the heart of the Canadian prairies. With a population of over 230,000, it is the second-largest city in Saskatchewan, and a cultural and entertainment...
Mon, 2019-01-21 02:25
Jason R. Patton, Ph.D., Ross Stein, Ph.D., Volkan Sevilgen, M.Sc.   “It is clear to many of us that the Coquimbo region has an unusual, increasing seismicity that may be ...
Mon, 2019-01-21 02:25
The Coquimbo region has an unusual, increasing seismicity that may be preparing the area for a very large earthquake – Prof. Raul Madariaga
Thu, 2019-01-17 18:41
One may think that these quakes are small, so why do they matter? Why should I care?

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