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Android is now the world’s largest earthquake detection network | Ars Technica https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/08/android-is-now-the-worlds-largest-earthquake-detection-network/

Very practical idea.
#earthquake #android
 

Dying in Earthquakes: A Tale of Umpteen Tremors | Psychology Today UK

The cause of earthquake deaths is then corruption, discrimination, apathy, other priorities, inequity, and lack of caring. That is, the cause of earthquake deaths is not the earthquake. To answer the question at the beginning, in modern times, effectively zero people have earthquakes as their cause of death.
#earthquake #pschology
 
#animal #earthquake

Do Animals Really Anticipate Earthquakes? Sensors Hint They Do - Scientific American


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Despite freezing temperatures, scores of snakes slithered out of their hibernation dens in the weeks before a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the Chinese city of Haicheng on February 4, 1975. The reptiles’ behavior, along with other incidents, helped persuade authorities to evacuate the city hours before the massive quake.

For centuries, people have described unusual animal behavior just ahead of seismic events: dogs barking incessantly, cows halting their milk, toads leaping from ponds. A few researchers have tried to substantiate a link. In a 2013 study, Germany scientists videotaped red wood ants that nested along a fault line and found they changed their usual routine before a quake, becoming more active at night and less active during the day. But most such attempts have relied largely on anecdotal evidence and single observations, according to a 2018 Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America review that examined 180 previous studies.
 
#animal #earthquake

Do Animals Really Anticipate Earthquakes? Sensors Hint They Do - Scientific American


Bild/Foto
Despite freezing temperatures, scores of snakes slithered out of their hibernation dens in the weeks before a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the Chinese city of Haicheng on February 4, 1975. The reptiles’ behavior, along with other incidents, helped persuade authorities to evacuate the city hours before the massive quake.

For centuries, people have described unusual animal behavior just ahead of seismic events: dogs barking incessantly, cows halting their milk, toads leaping from ponds. A few researchers have tried to substantiate a link. In a 2013 study, Germany scientists videotaped red wood ants that nested along a fault line and found they changed their usual routine before a quake, becoming more active at night and less active during the day. But most such attempts have relied largely on anecdotal evidence and single observations, according to a 2018 Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America review that examined 180 previous studies.
 

Alaska earthquake: Tsunami warning issued after 7.8-magnitude tremor hits | The Independent


Shit

#Alaska #Tsunami #Earthquake
 

Earthquake Conspiracy Theorists Are Wreaking Havoc During Emergencies - VICE


Crazy.
#conspiracy #earthquake #socialMedia
 

HF Propagation and Earthquakes





#interest #news #originalart #science #amateurradio #citizenscience #earthquake #prediction #hackaday
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HF Propagation and Earthquakes
 

HF Propagation and Earthquakes





#interest #news #originalart #science #amateurradio #citizenscience #earthquake #prediction #hackaday
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HF Propagation and Earthquakes
 

Ten years after the 6 April 2009 L'Aquila earthquake: some reflections | PreventionWeb.net

In contrast, the real reconstruction was slow to take place. As any bureaucrat knows, one of the best ways of reducing expenditure is to invent labyrinthine procedures and make sure that it is difficult to understand and follow them. This strategy was carefully practised in L'Aquila. Time is socially necessary in post-disaster recovery.
#Italy #Earthquake #disasters
 
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