As tremors continue in the Aegean, the British Geological Survey’s Debbie Rayner recounts her experience of a magnitude 6.6 earthquake which struck during a family holiday on Kos earlier this year…
A guest post from artist Sophie Maliphant about her project to raise money for Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake.
In the early hours of 24th August 2016, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy, southeast of Norcia. Fellows and members of the public may find the following resources useful.
At 09:09 (GMT) on Monday 26 October a magnitude 7.5 earthquake hit the north-eastern area of Afghanistan near the Tajikistan and Pakistani border. It occurred as the result of reverse faulting approximately 210 km below the Hindu Kush Range of mountains in Afghanistan.
Donate to the DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal at http://www.dec.org.uk/ In the early hours of 25 April, 2015 a magnitude 7.8 earthquake occurred in Nepal. The largest the country has experienced in over 80 years, the earthquake occurred due to thrust faulting resulting from the subducting India plate and the overriding Eurasia plate to the North.
Loch Ness monster theories have ranged from elephants to seismicity. Do we finally have the answer?