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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Thought it might be time for a little update on how EGU’s been going for those of you who couldn’t make it (and a restaurant tip below for those who could). There’s been some really good science on show, and … Continue reading
This is just a brief plug-post for anyone at the European Geosciences Union in Vienna this week. Tomorrow at 9am in Room 4 I’m presenting some recent work I’ve carried out attempting to use a turbidity current model to infer initiation … Continue reading
This is a post I’ve been putting off writing for a while, as I find it a very tricky subject to cover without a hands-on practical. However, a question which has been asked of me a few times (and particularly … Continue reading
Earlier I posted an info bulletin about this morning’s Banda Aceh earthquake. Rather than muddle it with more and more stuff, I thought it might be better to include this update as a separate post, as it is more of … Continue reading
UPDATE: USGS appear to be revising the initial magnitude estimate downwards. Currently bouncing between 8.6 and 8.7. Definitely big though, as we saw a huge signal on our own seismometer here near London (see below). UPDATE 2: After a series … Continue reading