Articles

The Dempster Highway winds southward in the distance from station TA.G30M, situated north of the Arctic Circle.

Driving the Dempster


2016-10-24

The Transportable Array deploys along a remote Canadian “highway”
Instruments near the summit of Mount St. Helens capture its every move. (photo credit: Beth Bartel, UNAVCO)

Watching a Volcano Breathe


2016-10-24

Plate Boundary Observatory monitoring networks on Mount St. Helens
iMUSH project panorama

The Multi-Chambered Heart of Mount St. Helens


2016-10-24

Enhancing earthquake detection and imaging beneath the volcano
USA STEM Festival, 2016

Fall 2016 Education Corner


2016-10-23

For every InSights issue, we feature two of the dozens of tools, modules, and activities that utilize EarthScope data to benefit a wide variety of users. We intend to reach K–12 and university educators, as well as informal programs like museums.
AGeS

Good Times, Better Ages


2016-10-11

How the EarthScope AGeS program evolved
PBO station Highlight

Triangulation Point, Oregon


2016-10-10

PBO Station P405 battles the elements at an energetic plate boundary
STEM Festival in Washington DC

Getting Hands On With EarthScope


2016-10-10

By ESNO - Spring 2016

"Wow, it's moving!" was called out frequently in the busy hall that housed the largest (and free!) national science festival. More than 365,000 people of all ages and

PBO AC55 station

Creeping Calamity


2016-09-20

Using the Plate Boundary Observatory to monitor landslide motion. GPS Station AC55 in Alaska was moving more than expected. Some movement was normal due to tectonic plate movement and residual motion from previous earthquakes—other GPS stations...
Aurora

A Magnetic Meeting of Space and Earth


2016-09-20

Magnetic storms, triggered by the interaction of the solar wind with Earth’s magnetosphere, not only produce our aurora light shows, but can also induce electric fields in our planet’s subsurface.
USA Festival

Summer 2016 Education Corner


2016-09-20

Over the years, an array of tools, modules, and activities applying EarthScope scientific data have been developed for a wide variety of users. K–12 and university educators, or informal programs like museums, can benefit from these resources.