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2015/05/24 09:58
2015/05/24 09:58
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... to cause things to fall off the walls, but enough for Annette , who grew up in Anchorage, Alaska - an area used to earthquake activity - to become concerned. "What I felt out here, were...
2015/05/24 09:58
2015/05/24 09:58
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2015/05/23 15:15
2015/05/23 15:15
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... of Southern Nevada felt it, along with parts of Utah including St. George and Cedar City, the USGS said. People took to social media to report feeling the quake, but those already on the Las...
2015/05/22 17:16
2015/05/22 17:16
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Noble Discoverer, is docked along the coast at Everett. Both vessels are expected to sail north to Alaska next month and start exploratory drilling in the Chukchi prospect, between the United States...
2015/05/21 21:13
2015/05/21 21:13
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... well and "a 20-foot wide column of oil and sand shot 200 feet into the air," the USGS says. Visible for 30 miles, it at first emitted 5.3 million gallons of oil a day and a month...
Read more at NBC 2 Fort Myers, CNN
2015/05/19 17:54
2015/05/19 17:54
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U.S. Geological Survey ecologist and chief of water and interdisciplinary studies at the USGS Alaska Science Center in Anchorage. "With declines in chinook salmon in Western Alaska, fishery...
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2015/05/19 14:54
2015/05/19 14:54
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... to cause things to fall off the walls, but enough for Annette , who grew up in Anchorage, Alaska- an area used to earthquake activity - to become concerned. “What I felt out here, were...
2015/05/15 19:17
2015/05/15 19:17
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... and lived Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsScience Advances, May 15, 2015; Alaska Sea Grant; U.S. Geological Survey Newswise — SALT LAKE CITY, May 15, 2015 – Salmon carry a...
Read more at Newswise, PhysOrg
2015/05/11 12:13
2015/05/11 12:13
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Japan's Mount Fuji. Fifty-seven people are killed. Damage caused by the blast costs $1.1 billion (USGS). Hot ash causes forest fires, and snow melt from the top of the mountain causes...
2015/05/11 11:39
2015/05/11 11:39
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... co-author. In the new study, researchers from the universities of Utah, Washington and Alaska Fairbanks and the U.S. Geological Survey analyzed strontium isotope ratios in otoliths – also...
2015/05/06 19:16
2015/05/06 19:16
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... risks, monitor the health of crops and measure the biomass of forests around the country. USGS has also used interferometric synthetic aperture radar, or IfSAR, to capture elevation data in...
2015/04/27 14:51
2015/04/27 14:51
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... since 1811: March 28, 1964 — A magnitude 9.2 earthquake hit Prince William Sound in Alaska, only five years after the territory joined the union. To date, this is the most powerful...
2015/04/26 01:21
2015/04/26 01:21
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Russia, 4 November 1952, 9.0 magnitude, The earthquake produced tsunamis in Japan and Alaska Maule, Chile, 27 February 2010, 8.8 magnitude At least 523 people lost their lives Ecuador,...
2015/04/25 02:39
2015/04/25 02:39
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Prolific Glacial Melt Is 10% Of Annual Fresh Water In The Gulf Of Alaska A kayak trip in Glacier Bay in 2006 inspired an engineer to research the impact of glacial run off in the Gulf of Alaska....
2015/04/24 15:19
2015/04/24 15:19
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... Pinatubo in 1991 seen from the Clark Air Force Base, roughly 10 miles from the volcano. (USGS) Ash from each volcano has a unique signature based on the different amounts of various kinds...
2015/04/23 15:22
2015/04/23 15:22
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... according to researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey. The research didn't include Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, but scientists using older data estimated that nearly half of...
2015/05/24 09:58
2015/05/24 09:58
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