On Tuesday morning a magnitude 3.7 earthquake occurred about 16 miles SW of Ester, rattling folks across the Fairbanks region.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the M7.1 Anchorage Earthquake on November 30, 2018, we reflect on the scientific and societal impacts of the earthquake.
Natasha Kozyreva (or Natasha K. as her colleagues call her) came to Fairbanks in 2005.
You may be surprised at the diversity of sensors that are able to detect seismic waves.
After an earthquake, you’ll often hear a seismologist say something like “A moderate earthquake has occurred in the southcentral region of Alaska.” But what does that mean?
Since 1998 the Alaska Earthquake Center has partnered with the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys and the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Eme
Alaska's 55,000 earthquakes in 2018 smashed the state's
Registration is open for this retrospective on the M7.1 earthquake last November. This is a diverse gathering of professionals who are vested and interested in helping shape the lessons learned from this event.
We usually keep budget discussions offline, but a lot of people have asked us how the governor’s recent line-item veto of USArray earthquake monitoring in
We don’t usually link to videos showing tragedies like this, but Alaskans should know what last September’s Palu tsunami looked like.