A series of earthquakes in the Oklahoma City metro area were likely caused by nearby disposal of wastewater from oil and gas production.
A recent study has revealed extensive data on how strike-slip faults develop over time and eventually cause earthquakes at the Earth’s surface.
The “ShakeAlert” project - a new West Coast earthquake early-warning network - is being built under the auspices of the U.S. Geological Survey.
Texas: A meticulously designed network of seismographs is being rolled out to determine if tremors are occurring naturally or can be linked to oil and gas industry production.
Nearly six years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, a robot has accessed a location near the reactor 2 core and found massive radiation levels.
In Istanbul, you're still more likely to die in an earthquake than in a terrorist attack.
The Ring of Fire: Scientists are looking for seismic activity beneath the earth that could indicate the coming of a major U.S. earthquake in California.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for December 28, 2016: A series of moderate earthquakes rock the Nevada-California border; a strong earthquake strikes Japan; the Indianapolis Fire Department asks residents to take immediate steps to prevent fires; the Chicago Police Department says that it will speed up its new body camera program; and the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reports that officer deaths rose 16 percent in 2016.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for December 21, 2016: Officials charge two former emergency managers in connection with the water contamination crisis in Flint, MI; at least two people die after earthquakes strike off of Ecuador's Pacific coast; at least nine people die after an explosion at a popular fireworks market in Mexico; the Manhattan bomb suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder; torrential rain causes major flash flooding across the eastern coast of Spain; and San Francisco’s mayor selects a new top cop for the city.