Latest Slow earthquake Stories
Monitoring slow earthquakes may provide a basis for reliable prediction in areas where slow quakes trigger normal earthquakes, according to Penn State geoscientists.
Researchers have been aware of slow earthquakes for only the past decade, but little has been understood about them. However, new tools may help explain what triggers these quakes.
2010 Haiti quake possible start of new cycle of seismic activity, according to new study.
Scientists hope findings bring them closer to earthquake forecasting.
Earthquake scientists trying to unravel the mysteries of an unfelt, weeks-long seismic phenomenon called episodic tremor and slip have discovered a strange twist.
Scientists have made the surprising finding that typhoons trigger slow earthquakes, at least in eastern Taiwan.
Researchers are using modern technology to study "silent earthquakes" along a major fault zone beneath the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica.
From June 17-19th 2007, Kilauea experienced a new dike intrusion, where magma rapidly moved from a storage reservoir beneath the summit into the east rift zone and extended the rift zone by as much as 1 meter.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Locating so-called "silent earthquakes" may help scientists better predict the probability of severe temblors, a Stanford University professor said on Wednesday.