19 September 2017 – The premier seismology technical journals BSSA and SRL will get a new look and a host of reader-friendly features, as the journals make the transition to the Silverchair Information Systems online hosting platform through GeoScienceWorld, a consortium of society publishers of research and communications in the earth sciences. … Continue Reading »
BSSA Editor-in-Chief Thomas Pratt and SRL Editor-in-Chief Zhigang Peng also have put together a comprehensive list to answer a first important question: Which journal is right for your paper? … Continue Reading »
5 July 2017–Repair petitions filed in the wake of the 1918 Puerto Rico earthquake and tsunami, stored and forgotten in the San Juan archives for nearly 100 years, are giving scientists a house-by-house look at the damage wrought by the magnitude 7.3 event. … Continue Reading »
30 May 2017 – Seismological Research Letters (SRL) announces a Focus Section on “Non-explosive active source monitoring and imaging.” This SRL section will focus on new developments of non-explosive active sources, data processing, subsurface imaging and monitoring with non-explosive active sources, and their contribution to the advancement in earthquake, tectonic/volcanic, and environmental sciences as well as their social impacts.
3 May 2017–Changes to the rate of wastewater injection in disposal wells may have contributed to conditions that led to last year’s Pawnee earthquake in Oklahoma, according to a new report published May 3 as part of a focus section in Seismological Research Letters.
1 May 2017– SRL has issued a call for papers for a Focus Section on Geophysical Networks and Related Developments in Latin America. In recent years, there have been many efforts throughout the region to improve and expand national seismic/geodetic networks; along with this, as part of larger projects, instruments to observe a variety of seismic/aseismic phenomena have been deployed.