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Watercress growing in Farmer's Creek in Jackson County are an indicator of a healthy creek.
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TRAFFIC ALERT: I-5 expansion-joint work continues; tonight until Monday morning, WSDOT is closing up to 3 northbound collector-distributor lanes downtown .
The United States Geological Survey issued a press release yesterday indicating that the magnitude 5.7 earthquake that struck Prague, Oklahoma in 2011 was unintentionally human-induced.
The 3.2 magnitude quake was recorded 9 miles northeast of Luther, or about 31 miles northeast of the Oklahoma City metro, just before 4 p.m. at a depth of approximately two miles.
The tunnel-boring machine, used to construct a two-kilometre tunnel for the Evergreen Line, was christened Friday as Alice, named for Alice Wilson, Canada's first female geologist.
Two years ago, a giant sinkhole swallowed trees whole in a Louisiana bayou. This year, Nasa says it could have predicted it.
Standing eye level with oncoming lava, in a snow pit he is digging at Tolbachik volcano in Russia, Ben Edwards is hoping his world doesn't violently explode in the next few minutes.
A magnitude-3.2 earthquake struck near Marina Del Rey tonight and was felt as far as away as Hollywood, but no injuries or damage were immediately reported.
S REPORT FINDS THE LARGEST EARTHQUAKES ON RECORD IN OKLAHOMA WERE TRIGGERED BY OIL AND GAS ACTIVITY.
A small quake registering 2.8 hit near Union City, along the Hayward Fault at 1:38 p.m. Friday afternoon, according to U.S. Geological Survey seismographs.
The U.S. Geological Survey has reported Friday afternoon that an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 2.8 has occurred in Alameda County near Union City.
As anxious residents and the IW Council look for further signs of landslip along the Island's most beautiful road, it looks increasingly likely it could be abandoned as a through route along the south coast of the IW.
A report from the U.S. Geological Survey Department lists three causes for the elevated levels including droppings from waterfowl, septic sewer systems connected to nearby buildings and sediment along the beach.
A new study by the US Geological Survey found there is a link between wastewater injection wells and the largest and most powerful human-induced earthquake.
A look into how some of New Zealand's biggest volcanoes erupted hundreds of years ago could help predict lava flows for future eruptions.
The month of February swept across northern Utah, delivering four significant storms that lifted the region out of what looked to be a disastrous water year.