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Song of the red rock arches

Utah's Rainbow Bridge

Utah's Rainbow Bridge, part of the study, is one of the world's largest natural arches.

Credit: Jeffrey Moore


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top of Rainbow Bridge

A team of geologists accesses the top of Rainbow Bridge for a seismic vibration measurement.

Credit: Sarah Doyle


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Rainbow Bridge

A seismometer rests at the base of Rainbow Bridge. It will measure vibrations over several hours.

Credit: Jeffrey Moore


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Owachomo Bridge in Utah.

Scientists Jeff Moore (right) and Paul Geimer install a seismometer at Owachomo Bridge in Utah.

Credit: Jacob Kirkegaard


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bedrock

The seismometer allows for comparison of vibrations on the bridge and in adjacent bedrock.

Credit: Jacob Kirkegaard


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Corona Arch in Utah

Researcher Ben White near the top of Corona Arch in Utah, after placing a seismometer there.

Credit: Alison Starr


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