A magnitude 6.1 earthquake occurred on the 22nd April at 09:11:11 UTC (17:11 local time) in Northern Philippines. The earthquake centered near the town of Castillejos in Zambales Province, west of Manila. It has been reported that at… Read More
A magnitude 2.4 earthquake occurred on the 7th April 2019 at 22:58:19 UTC (23:58:19 local time) in Donegal Bay. The event was felt by several members of the public. For more details please see this post https://www.insn.ie/2019-04-07-m2-4-donegal
A major earthquake with magnitude 8.1 occurred offshore Mexico on the 8th September 2017 at 04:49:21 UTC. The epicentre is located about 60km from the coast of the mexican state Chiapas, see map below. The event was felt… Read More
Seismology and Geodynamics Group (pictured in 2012) Sergei Lebedev Andrew Schaeffer Celine Tirel Joanne Adam Matthew Agius Undergraduate researchers, since 2008 Stephen Connaughton TCD Simon Hall TCD Stefan Bartzsch Univ. Jena Damien Middleton DCU Paula Keogh TCD Emily… Read More
Are you interested in taking part in #FameLab this year, but not sure what the competition is like? Why not sign up to one of our FREE FameLab briefings, led by our wonderful alumni, to get a taste of what's in store! Registration links on page below: britishcouncil.ie/famelab/enter-… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Seismic Love waves, induced by ocean waves, originate along steep bathymetry and underlying geological interfaces such as sedimentary basins.@dias_geophysics @iCRAGcentre @DIAS_Dublinhttps://t.co/GObvoE81qh pic.twitter.com/p324Kf8Dyh— Nature Communications (@NatureComms) April 21, 2021
Attending #vEGU21 #EGU21 this year? Want an interesting way to share your science? Let me Lego-fy it for you! I'm one of the @EuroGeosciences Artists in Residence and I want to turn your abstract into a Lego scene! Here's some I did last year! DM me if you're interested! 🧱😁 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
La Soufriere volcano raised to alert level Red St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. – 6:30pm April 8th, 2021 - Scientists have observed a significant increase in activity at La Soufriere volcano which has prompted The Government of SVG to raise the volcanic alert level 1/7 Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
A nice new collection of work on volcanic, earthquake, and landslide hazards from the nature group. Lots of interesting stuff here, including our recent paper on Sierra Negra with @GeosciencesEd, @volcano_dr, @IGecuador, @dias_geophysics, et al. twitter.com/NatureComms/st… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
1942 Dr. Sheila Tinney of Galway Pioneering Irish mathematical physicist. Aged 23 she earned her PhD under future Nobel prize winner Max Born on "Stability in Crystals" Image credit: Tinney Family, Mathematics Ireland #Science #Ireland #Galway #History #Quantum .@DIAS_Dublin Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
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