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Although the San Andreas Fault is the longest and one of the most active fault zones in California, it is not responsible for every earthquake in the state. This video segment describes the geologic setting of the San...
Earthquake prediction has never been an exact science or an easy job. In 1923, the debate between two Japanese seismologists, Akitune Imamura, and his superior at the University of Tokyo, Professor Omori, over whether a...
Tornadoes can produce damage that ranges from broken tree limbs to a block of houses swept from their foundations. They can inflict utter devastation across a wide swath of land or, destroy one house and leave others on...
The discovery of pulsars won Cambridge University professor Anthony Hewish the first Nobel Prize in physics given to an astronomical subject. In this comic-book-style story Jocelyn Bell explains her role as a graduate...
The Natural Arch and Bridge Society (NABS) was formed to support the interests of both amateur arch enthusiasts and serious researchers of natural arches and bridges alike. The website provides a variety of information...
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