The Philippines was hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake on April 22, 2019 and there is some interesting video of high-rise buildings swaying and of water from a rooftop pool cascading down to the ground. See below! One minor expletive in English, so only minor NSF. Thanks to Jim Withiam for the heads-up on this one.
The JPL folks used UAVSAR mounted on their Gulfstream-III aircraft to take highly accurate radar measurements of the ground surface in Baja, California, near the site of the April 4, 2010 magnitude 7.2 Baja earthquake […]
Preliminary results from a study related to the subduction of the Juan De Fuca Plate beneath the North American Plate off the coast of Washington and British Columbia indicate that the potential mega-thrust earthquake could […]
Audio files and PowerPoint presentations from an ENR-moderated panel discussion on June 8, 2010 discussing US seismic codes in the context of the observations made from the recent Haiti and Chile earthquakes. The 2010 earthquakes […]