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According to a research conducted by a PhD candidate at EPFL, the viscosity of fluids affects the intensity of earthquakes.

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Scientists have conducted detailed investigation about the causes of the Mud Creek major landslide in Big Sur, California, about 2 years ago.

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It has been two years since GeoWorld introduced the Geotechnical Business Confidence Index (GBCI), which is intended to measure quarterly the short-term (1-year) and long-term (5-year) expectations for business conditions in geotechnical companies throughout the world. During this time, thousands of participants shared their view.

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New study shows that the storage of water produced from oil and gas exploitation using hydraulic fracturing is correlated with earthquake hazard.

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Scientists have attempted to shed light on the earthquake vulnerability of the area around New Madrid, Missouri.

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A study reveals that the greatest risk of hydropower development in the Himalayas, one of the most beneficial regions for this energy resource, is landslides triggered by earthquakes.

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A new study shows that landslides, on slopes where ice retreats, can trigger massive tsunamis.

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