The Americas have been drifting apart from Europe and Africa at a rate of four centimeters a year, and a new study has revealed the dramatic processes at play.
Scientists combed through nearly 30 years of earthquake data to probe huge and mysterious objects near the Earth's core.
With over 10 tremors in the past two months, we asked a seismologist if we need to add worrying about a big earthquake to the long list of things we’re currently worrying about.
Scientists used the second largest earthquake on record to glimpse the terrain 410 miles under our planet's surface.
Some seismologists have speculated the strange waves could be related to volcanic activity.
“The volcano is still very much alive.”
The rumblings of an enigmatic volcano have brought geologists from North Korea and the West together for a rare moment of scientific diplomacy.
A new citizen science project might help us be better prepared for earthquakes.
The Seismic Sound Lab turns data from seismometers, recording things like the Tōhoku earthquake, into a visual and auditory experience.