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Earthquakes Index

A shaky September in Yakutat Bay;Ned Rozell. #2004; 3/23/10

Return from the earthquake zone in Haiti; Ned Rozell. #2002; 3/9/10

Alaska geologist off to Haiti;Ned Rozell. #1996; 1/26/10

Seward devastated by 1964 earthquake; Ned Rozell. #1954; 4/8/09

Forty-five years since the big one; Ned Rozell. #1948; 2/26/09

Giant dam not responsible for large earthquake; Ned Rozell. #1910; 6/4/08

A shaky September in Yakutat Bay; Ned Rozell. #1860; 6/20/07

Alaska earthquakes reveal Earth's wandering ways; Ned Rozell. #1820; 09/13/06

Earthquakes near and far shake up Alaska wells; Ned Rozell. #1804; 05/24/06

Volcanes, permafrost, earthquakes shape Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1785; 01/12/06

More Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1781; 12/14/05

Alaska a hot topic in San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1780; 12/08/05

Digging for clues on the Denali Fault: Ned Rozell. #1767; 09/08/05

Bits and pieces from the desktop: Ned Rozell. #1763; 08/11/05

People became data points in giant Alaska earthquake: Ned Rozell. #1713; 08/26/04.

Anchorage high-rise wired for motion: Ned Rozell. #1691; 03/25/04.

Forty years since the big one: Ned Rozell #1689; 03/11/04.

Earth-Observing Project a Big Deal for Alaska: Ned Rozell #1680; 01/05/04.

An Ancestor of the Denali Fault Earthquake: Ned Rozell #1676; 12/11/03.

And the mountains shrugged...: Ned Rozell. #1645; 05/08/03.

Ancestors of the Good Friday Earthquake: Ned Rozell.#1643; 04/24/03.

Denali Fault Earthquake a Once-in-a-Lifetime Event: Ned Rozell #1620; 11/14/02.

When Valdez Moved: The Good Friday Earthquake; Ned Rozell. #1886; 03/21/02

Something Stirring Under the Aleutian Arc: Ned Rozell #1575; 12/20/01.

Tsunamis Were Killers after 1964 Earthquake: Ned Rozell. #1596, 5/30/02.

Finding Fault with Alaska's Largest City: Ned Rozell. #1492; 06/01/00.

Finding the Foundation of the Alaska Range: Ned Rozell. #1491; 05/25/00.

Creatures From the Muck May Help Forecast Earthquakes: Ned Rozell. #1467; 11/24/99.

Giant Chinese Dam May Cause Earth to Move: Ned Rozell. #1465; 11/10/99.

The War Within the Kenai Peninsula: Ned Rozell. #1445; 06/16/99.

When Valdez Moved: The Good Friday Earthquake: Ned Rozell. #1337; #1586; 05/15/97.

Finding the Ancestors of the Good Friday Earthquake: Ned Rozell. #1329; 03/20/97.

Alaska Seismometers Clock the Spin of the Earth's Inner Core: Ned Rozell. #1305; 10/03/96.

Alaska Earthquakes Reveal Earth's Wandering Ways: Ned Rozell. #1256; 10/12/95.

So Long, Old Magnitude: Carla Helfferich. #1183; 05/12/94.

It Lurks Beneath Barrow: Carla Helfferich. #1129; 04/14/93.

The Second-to-last Great Alaska Earthquake: Carla Helfferich. #1118; 01/20/93.

Finding Fault with Seattle: Carla Helfferich. #1115; 12/23/92.

Tuning in to Earthquake Warnings: Carla Helfferich. #992; 08/22/90.

Waves in the Earth: Carla Helfferich. #972; 04/05/90.

The Shaky Solution for a Too-Salty Sea: Carla Helfferich. #950; 11/01/89.

Common Ground for Ketchup and Earthquakes: Carla Helfferich. #943; 09/14/89.

Things That Go Boom in the Night: Carla Helfferich. #896; 10/19/88.

Earthquake Forecasting and the Mogi Doughnut: Sue Ann Bowling. #866; 03/28/88.

Surface Faulting in Alaska: Larry Gedney. #782; 08/18/86.

Earthquake Waves Outrace Sound: Larry Gedney. #761; 03/24/86.

Reservoir Loading and Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #739; 10/21/85.

An Alaskan Perspective of the Mexico Earthquake: Larry Gedney. #737; 10/07/85.

Actual Earthquake Motion Usually Overestimated: Larry Gedney. #706; 03/11/85.

The Richter Magnitude Scale: Larry Gedney. #701; 02/04/85.

Fairbanks Alaska's Faults and Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #686; 10/19/84.

Computed Earthquake Magnitudes Depend on Instrumentation: John Davies. #646; 02/06/84.

Alaska Ranks First in Earthquake Marathon: Larry Gedney. #643. 01/16/84.

Shumagin Islands Likely Site for Next Major Earthquake: Larry Gedney. #628; 10/03/83.

Human Behavior Before Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #625; 09/12/83.

Earthquakes in the Fairbanks Area are a Puzzle: Larry Gedney. #614; 07/05/83.

Unwilling Visitors to Arrive in Alaska via Plate Tectonics: Larry Gedney. #607; 05/23/83.

Can Animals Predict Earthquakes?: Larry Gedney. #603; 04/21/83.

Why and Where Earthquakes Happen in Alaska: Larry Gedney. #578; 12/17/82.

The Unpredictable Earthquake: Larry Gedney. #570; 10/22/82.

Earthquake Illusions: Larry Gedney. #557; 08/04/82.

Do Earthquakes Telegraph their Punches?: Larry Gedney. #542; 05/14/82.

Reservoir Loading and Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #546; 06/08/82.

Migrating Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #524; 02/11/82.

The Denali Fault: T. Neil Davis. #463; 03/24/81.

Earthquake-Sensing Fish: T. Neil Davis. #432; 10/20/80.

Trees as Earthquake Fault Indicators: T. Neil Davis. #395; 04/21/80.

Seismic Gaps: T. Neil Davis. #372; 02/08/80.

Earthquake Prediction Woes: T. Neil Davis. #356; 11/28/79.

Khantaak Island: T. Neil Davis. #327; 07/27/79.

Sandblows: T. Neil Davis. #323; 07/13/79.

The Mogi Donut: T. Neil Davis. #315; 07/09/79.

Foreshocks and Aftershocks: T. Neil Davis. #297; 03/08/79.

Earthquake Prevention Techniques: T. Neil Davis. #296; 03/08/79.

Earthquakes and Animals: T. Neil Davis. #295; 03/02/79.

When the Shaking Begins: T. Neil Davis. #264; 10/19/78.

Tsunamis: T. Neil Davis. #165; 05/09/77.

Seaquakes: T. Neil Davis. #164; 05/09/77.

Ten-Year Earthquake Cycle: T. Neil Davis. #150; 02/28/77.

Foreshock or Main Shock?: T. Neil Davis. #149; 02/28/77.

Rock Dilatancy: T. Neil Davis. #101; 08/14/76.

Earthquake Lights: T. Neil Davis. #83; 04/03/78.

Earthquake Prediction--Chinese Style: J. Holland. #81; 05/24/76.

Historic Alaskan Earthquakes: T. Neil Davis. #26; 03/03/76.

Measuring Earthquakes: T. Neil Davis. #14; 04/06/76.

Earthquakes: T. Neil Davis. #13; 02/23/76.