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a graphic showing the location of seismographs Scientists Detect Seismic Signals From Tornado
Released March 8, 2012
News From the Field
Alan Levander Rice University Geologist Leads Team Effort to Solve Mystery of the Colorado Plateau
Released April 27, 2011
News From the Field
M8 visualization showing intense shaking in LA SCEC's 'M8' Earthquake Simulation Breaks Computational Records, Promises Better Quake Models
Released November 19, 2010
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earth and environment graphic Caltech Mineral Physicists Find New Scenery at Earth's Core-mantle Boundary
Released September 1, 2010
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Geologists are drilling into the San Andreas Fault. First Drill Hole Into San Andreas Fault Will Aid Earthquake Studies
Released August 3, 2005
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