Saturday, June 1

University of Hawaii research findings promise better earthquake predictions

New findings from the University of Hawaii about how molten rock pushes against Earth's crust could help better predict earthquakes across the globe and shed new light on the Hawaiian Islands' geological origins, university officials say.

In research published in the June 27 issue of Nature, Clinton Conrad, UH associate professor of geophysics, collaborating with a team of scientists at the University of Oslo, Norway, says he's isolated two points on the globe where the earth's subterranean mantle layer has steadily pressed against the surface going back at least 250 million years

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