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Seismologists found mountains and smooth plains on a barrier deep in the mantle – ScienceDaily

Most schoolchildren learn that the earth has three (or four) layers: crust, mantle and core, sometimes divided into an inner and outer core. This is not wrong, but there are several other layers that scientists have identified within the Earth. In a study published this week in Science the geophysicists at Princeton Jessica Irving and Wenbo Wu in collaboration with …

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Local seismologists: Oregon, prepare for the quake

by Reed Andrews, KATU News Wes Thelen, a seismologist at the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, is studying data from volcanoes lining the Cascades on Friday after the Anchorage, Alaska earthquake. (Photo by KATU) PORTLAND, Ore. – Local seismologists and geologists say the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Alaska should make people in the Pacific Northwest realize how catastrophic the …

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Strange seismic waves were recorded around the world on November 11th. Now the seismologists are trying to figure out why

Seismic sensors for the first time attacked the event that developed near an island between Madagascar and Africa. Then alarm bells rang to Chile, New Zealand and Canada. Hawaii, almost exactly on the other side of the planet, also has the & # 39; event & # 39; addressed. Nobody knows what it was. 19659004] Meteorite? Submarine volcano nuclear test? …

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