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4 min ago | Brandon Sun
The U. S. Geological Survey reports weak or light shaking was felt around Juneau, about 160 kilometres to the east.
4 min ago | The Raw Story
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 struck on the coast of Alaska early on Friday, shaking people awake in the state capital city of Juneau but causing little, if any, damage, officials said.
1 hr ago | Bellingham Herald
The U. S. Geological Survey reports the 2.8 magnitude quake occurred at 1:05 a.m. Friday and was shallow at a depth of about half a mile.
1 hr ago | CBC News
The orange circle shows the epicentre of the earthquake that happened in Alaska's Elfin Bay around 5 a.m. MT this morning.
2 hrs ago | Ruidoso News
Rising like the backbone of some giant subterranean beast, the Capitan Mountains dominate the skyline north of Ruidoso and Capitan.
Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas areas do not sit on or near regularly active fault lines, but residents in the regions should pay attention to a new hazard map issued by the United States Geological Survey.
WHAT IS CAUSING OKLAHOMA'S CONSTANT. AND OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY GEOLOGISTS SAYS MOTHER NATURE IS TO BLAME THE NATIONAL EXPERT TELLS KOCO OTHERWISE I AND PAUL FOLGER.
What's causing Oklahoma's constant quakes? An oil and gas industry geologist made the case Wednesday Mother Nature is to blame, but a national expert tells KOCO otherwise.
It's possible that all dinosaurs had feathers. Scientists previously believed that only avian dinosaurs - that is, the direct ancestors of our modern birds - sported feathers along with their scales.
A class of insecticides popular with corn and soybean farmers in the U.S. Midwest but feared as a factor in the decline of U.S. honey bee colonies and other crop pollinators, has been found to be widespread through rivers and streams in Iowa, according to a government study released on Thursday.
The seven- and eight-year-olds at Newbarns Primary School, in Barrow, witnessed erupting volcanoes and produced their own ash cloud during a hands-on earth science workshop.
Communities could be paid millions of pounds just to consider having a facility to bury nuclear waste in their area, the Government has said.
A pregnant woman has her blood pressure measured by a paramedic after she and colleagues were evacuated following an earthquake in Mexico City April 18, 2014.
A geologist representing the oil and gas industry says his business is not to blame for the uptick in Oklahoma quakes.
While earthquakes jolt Oklahoma, even this morning, one question still lingers... Why? In hopes for an answer, one Oklahoma oil company is now showcasing its findings.
But that didn't stop nine teachers from all around Michigan from expanding their education about geology and natural resources in the U.P., particularly on the subject of mining.
The week in science: Spacecraft chases duck-shaped comet; Darwin's library online; and a new journal for workplace fatigue.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 06:43 am
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