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The frequent seismic perturbations during 2020 in the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, have been a matter of curiosity and concern for many, who tend to view them as precursors to some bigger event in store. The M4.2 Rewari (Alwar) earthquake of 17 December 2020...

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Topic: Numerical Analysis in Rock Mechanics Event: January 21st, 2021, 13:00 UTC (GMT) Register

source: YEG

EGU - General Assembly 2021 19-30 April 2021 The call for abstracts is open (deadline: 13 January 2021, 13:00 CET) IAPG co-sponsors two sessions and a short course at the EGU 2021: Session EOS4.2 Geoethics:...

source: IAPG

One of the great challenges in the aftermath of major landslide accidents is protecting the rescuers. In the recent Gjerdrum quick clay landslide the rescue proceeded slowly for this reason — in the...

source: The Landslide Blog

The tallest active geyser in the world has been erupting at a record pace since March 2018. Why are eruptions so energetic, what influences the intervals between eruptions and why did Steamboat reactivate in the first place?

source: United States Geological Survey

On behalf of the Japanese Society for Rock Mechanics and the Japan Society of Engineering Geology, we are pleased to hold “RMEGV2021: 5th International Workshop on Rock Mechanics and Engineering Geology in Volcanic Fields.” The information on the Workshop has...

source: IAEG

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