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Scientists in Oregon have developed a technique that could lead to more accurate dating of historic earthquakes. The work by researchers at Portland State University and the University of Oregon, published in the Bulletin of the Seismological...

source: East Oregonian

As residents of Michigan’s Midland county scramble to recover from devastating floods, a video has emerged showing the critical moment when Eden dam collapsed, in a failure experts are attributing to shoddy maintenance and climate change.

source: Gizmodo

A new report by the environmental group Mining Watch Canada comes out strongly against the idea of deep sea mining of the ocean floor for minerals. The report is called, ‘Predicting the impacts of Mining Deep Sea Polymetallic Nodules in the Pacific Ocean: A Review...

source: Radio Canada International

Yesterday I posted about the remarkable and devastating failure of the Edenville Dam in Michigan on May 19. There are now heartbreaking images online showing the damage that the resulting flood has caused downstream. Given the known weakness of the dam, this is an unacceptable...

source: AGU

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The 1st IAEG South American Regional Conference will take place in the city of Córdoba in coincidence with the 2nd Argentine Congress of Geology Applied to Engineering and the Environment. The event will take...

source: IAEG


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