When you feel the earth shaking, it might feel like the earthquake is right under you, but it’s likely that the earthquake started dozens of kilometres away.
How can an earthquake have a negative magnitude? It’s got to do with ground motion and distance, and how sensitive seismographs have become.
What is SeedLink, and how can you share your seismograph data with the world using it?
Meet the SRC’s Chief Scientist who celebrates 30 years at SRC in 2021. You can find Adam as SeisLOLogist on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok