It’s great to go for a hike with someone who knows what they’re looking at. Wait. Gold? You’re ending the video right after mentioning gold?
These interactive maps of the past are still mind-boggling! But, as you can tell from the first paragraph, this post first came out in May
Sometimes geology pulls out all the stops. You might have seen pictures of this place calling it “The Wave,” for obvious reasons. This amazing place,
A study at the end of June 2018 made headlines about earthquake hazard on the San Andreas Fault. The research looked at the area covered
Wouldn’t it be great if earthquakes happened slowly instead of just snapping and shaking us all up? Well, sometimes they do in subduction zones. It’s
Here’s a slightly edited 2018 post. I checked the news and found no updates, so Willand is presumably still inching its way slowly toward the