This app developed by members of the #ArcGIS #LivingAtlas team shows #HurricaneDorian path. Click anywhere to tap into Living Atlas to learn more about wind, rain, and impacted population demographics. https://t.co/9K8FKrdMTs #esri #arcgisonline pic.twitter.com/jZ0CLPGWmO— Bern Szukalski (@bernszukalski) August 31, 2019
From a distant universe to the center of the earth: Two #PackardFellows collaborated using Brice Ménard’s algorithm to identify trends in Vedran Lekic’s seismology data. The result? New ways of understanding #earthquakes. https://t.co/Q7LcWwwl1R @umdgeology @JHUPhysicsAstro pic.twitter.com/CJm7UXAbni— Packard Foundation (@PackardFdn) September 7, 2019
Earthquake Ml. 1.7 19/09/10 17.29— Osservatorio Meteo-Sismico di Perugia (@OMSPerugia) September 10, 2019
Gmt.44.7412 6.7213 dpt 9.4km.
Near city Granges de Furfande.
Data from SURVEY-INGV.
(Do not use for safety purpose).#terremoto #earthquake #italyearthquake
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There images show several days of seismic data from a station outside of Ochoppi, FL, USA (shown as the green triangle on the map) shows #HurricaneDorian approaching the coast of #Florida. pic.twitter.com/AqADOKe3C3— IRIS Earthquake Sci (@IRIS_EPO) September 3, 2019
Real-time Earthquake Map UC Berkeley Seismology Lab. The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory conducts essential research on earthquakes and solid earth processes while collecting and delivering high-quality geophysical data. https://t.co/IdlH9Z2s8Y . pic.twitter.com/Hyo64WDLAK— Janett Wawrzyniak (@wawrzyniak9) September 1, 2019
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