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The magnetic anomalies preceding the earthquakes finally explained?
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The magnetic anomalies preceding the earthquakes finally explained?

If seismology is a relatively well understood field today, certain gray areas still persist. This is the case with seismomagnetism,…
Nyiragongo volcano: continuation of very strong earthquakes
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Nyiragongo volcano: continuation of very strong earthquakes

Strong earthquakes shook all night from Tuesday to Wednesday the city of Goma, at the foot of the Nyiragongo volcano,…
Scientists claim that GPS satellites can warn faster about strong earthquakes.
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Scientists claim that GPS satellites can warn faster about strong earthquakes.

A new study suggests that a GPS-based global earthquake monitoring system can provide more timely and more accurate warnings than…
Can Animals Really Predict Earthquakes?
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Can Animals Really Predict Earthquakes?

The particular sensitivity of animals to certain phenomena no longer needs to be demonstrated. But can this sensitivity allow them…
Earthquakes in Strasbourg: two deviations committed at the geothermal power plant, the operator disputes
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Earthquakes in Strasbourg: two deviations committed at the geothermal power plant, the operator disputes

The prefecture of Bas-Rhin presented on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 the conclusions of an administrative investigation carried out after the…
Ultra-sensitive artificial intelligence to detect earthquakes
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Ultra-sensitive artificial intelligence to detect earthquakes

This article is taken from the monthly n ° 886 of Sciences et Avenir-La Recherche, on newsstands in December 2020.…
In Strasbourg, the earthquakes got the better of an emblematic geothermal power plant project
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In Strasbourg, the earthquakes got the better of an emblematic geothermal power plant project

It was to be one of the emblematic projects of geothermal energy in France but the power plant built north…
The physics of touch is remarkably similar to that of earthquakes
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The physics of touch is remarkably similar to that of earthquakes

Put your wrist on your ear, and scratch the flesh of your forearm. The sound you hear are the vibrations…
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