A small earthquake swarm hits Mount St. Helens again while Shiveluch in Russia blows its top. The post A Swarm of Earthquakes Shakes Mount St. Helens appeared first on WIRED.
Even after 2011's massive disaster, there's no way Japan could have seen its last quake coming. The post Chill Out, No One Can Predict Earthquakes—Including Japan appeared first on WIRED.
Two South American volcanoes have some of the largest explosions they have experienced all year. The post South American Volcanoes Let Off Some Spectacular Ash Puffs appeared first on WIRED.
California is earthquake country, and the San Andreas isn't the only fault in the game. The post Don’t Get Shaken Up Over California’s Newly Discovered Fault appeared first on WIRED.
New Wilshire Grand Center skyscraper—the tallest in the western US—may wobble in a big quake, but it shouldn’t fall down. The post Check Out the Earthquake Shock Absorbers on LA’s Newest Skyscraper appeared first on WIRED.
Here's WIRED's guide to some common earthquake questions. The post Experts Answer Your Biggest Questions About Earthquakes appeared first on WIRED.
For a decade, scientists have been developing a system called ShakeAlert that promises to warn people in the crucial moments before an earthquake hits. The post Why It's So Darn Hard to Build a Fast Quake Warning System appeared first on WIRED.
Hood has joined St. Helens in a reminder that the Cascades are full of potentially active volcanoes. The post A New Earthquake Swarm Is Rocking Oregon's Mt. Hood appeared first on WIRED.
USGS releases maps that show the seismic parades happening in Ecuador and Japan. Here's how they're wreaking havoc. The post New Maps Make Aftershocks Look Scarier Than the Main Quake appeared first on WIRED.