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Ol Doinyo Lengai Is The Weirdest Volcano On Earth, Maybe In The Solar System

IFL Science 15 Apr 2024
In millions upon millions of years, it could eventually split the African continent in half, creating a new ocean between East Africa and the remaining African Plate. . This divergent plate ...
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If astronauts return to the Moon, will they still be able to see the footprints ...

The Daily Mail 14 Apr 2024
Further to the earlier answer, HMS Warrior (1860), on display in Portsmouth, wasn't an ironclad (a wooden ship with additional iron or steel plating fixed to the hull).
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Lori Dengler | Earthquakes can and will happen anywhere

Times Standard 13 Apr 2024
Geologic evidence suggests the process goes back at least 3.5 billion years and shows an Earth surface that is constantly changing with new plates formed, amassing together, and breaking apart, continually reshaping oceans and coastlines.
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JPL eager for ‘Clipper’ launch to a Jupiter moon. But there’s the ‘six hours of ...

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 13 Apr 2024
Europa is covered with an icy crust that, scientists believe, might harbor a salty, sloshing ocean capable of sustaining life ... This indicates that Europa’s sloshing ocean may have reformed the surface only 50 million years ago.
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Are the sailboat license plates still being produced with raised letters? | Ask the RI DMV

The Providence Journal 12 Apr 2024
I’m not crazy about the new “ocean” license plate being digitally printed ... Our ocean plate Reissuance Program has been very successful over the last 15 months. More than 470,000 ocean plates have been ...
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From sea to gallery, Mashpee artist highlights Cape Cod's seafood in new exhibition

Cape Cod Times 11 Apr 2024
At some point, you’ve seen these creatures in their oceanic homes or covered in lemon juice and served on a white porcelain plate, but have you ever wondered how they got there in the first place? ... The exhibition, titled “Ocean to Art ... “Ocean to Art.
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The Mexican retreat where you can lose weight without even trying

The Times/The Sunday Times 11 Apr 2024
... overlooking the ocean ... I spent 45 minutes gazing out over the ocean, on a pillow that made a faint fizzing sound, while my cells were regenerated by small metal plates strapped to my hands and feet.
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Q&A: What to make of the earthquake that rattled the Northeast

Phys Dot Org 08 Apr 2024
Most earthquakes are caused by plate tectonics ... On the other hand, the Northeast is within the stable continent and the closest plate boundary is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
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What causes earthquakes in the Northeast, like the magnitude 4.8 that shook New Jersey? A ...

Phys Dot Org 08 Apr 2024
There is no active tectonic plate motion in the area ... That isn't the case for active plate margins, like in Turkey, which has had devastating earthquakes in recent years, or rimming the Pacific Ocean.
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Earthquakes happen all over the US, here's why they're different in the East

Delaware Online 06 Apr 2024
experiences more earthquakes because it "lies along the boundaries of major tectonic plates that make up the Earth's crust — the North American Plate and the ocean plates to the West," the USGS said.
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South Boston community center closed due to clogged drain, heavy rain after recent $31.2M renovation

Boston Herald 06 Apr 2024
... climate change and future ‘king tides,’ such as an open basement so water and sand can flow in and out, interior waterproofing, and removable metal plates to help hold back water on the ocean side.”.
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Expert reveals the devastation that would be unleashed if a Taiwan-style 7.4-magnitude earthquake...

The Daily Mail 05 Apr 2024
The North American Plate may be moving west away from the mid-ocean ... And at the Mid-Ocean Ridge in the Atlantic Ocean, the plates are spreading apart - not the conditions that would create a tsunami.
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The East Coast earthquake came from a fault that's been asleep for hundreds of millions ...

Business Insider 05 Apr 2024
As the continental plates crashed together, closing an existing ocean and opening up the Atlantic Ocean, the plates crumpled against each other to give rise to the Appalachian mountains.The Appalachian Trail near Hot Springs, North Carolina.
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What causes earthquakes? The science behind why they happen

Sandhills Express 05 Apr 2024
Earthquakes occur when the plates that make up the Earth’s crust move around ... But on the East Coast, the nearest plate boundaries are in the center of the Atlantic Ocean, making it hard to study the area.
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See where Friday's earthquake ranks up there with the biggest ever in New Jersey

app 05 Apr 2024
The nearest plate boundaries are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, in the Caribbean and in southern California, so Friday's event is considered an intraplate quake.
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