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We have removed our seismic stations from the Rattlesnake Ridge landslide even though it continues to slowly move.
Sea monsters, beautiful waves, and twitter scientists.
Our primary operating computer system will be changing hardware and some software on Oct 30.
Following this week's Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill, we thought it would be appropriate to talk about the local progress in earthquake early warning.
Update Aug 5, 2018. From 180 tiny events/hour back in March the landslide is producing only about 100 events/hour now. Update Aug 5, 2018.
A collection of news stories on the 38th anniversary of the Mount St. Helens eruption
The final blog about The M9 Project is going to focus on you. What are you going to experience during a megathrust earthquake? How do we connect science and community? What should you do to be prepared?
A special seismic array for studying the RattleSnake Landslide. March 26, 2018
A bolide explosion off the coast is recorded on many seismic stations allowing us to get an approximate location.
Steady landslide motion still of seismic interest.Update on March 26, 2018