In 2002, the 800-year-old minaret and its archaeological remains became the first site in Afghanistan to be added to UNESCO's World Heritage List
The US Geological Survey says the first quake struck about 17 miles south of Naalehu and the second earthquake struck about 20 minutes later in the same area
The findings can have major implications in terms of earthquake study, prediction and understanding the seismic structure of the mountain chains.
Scientists develop new way to determine how fast the Indian Ocean is warming by analysing earthquake sounds
They used existing seismic monitoring equipment and historic data on earthquakes find out how much the temperature of the ocean has altered and continues changing.
The 2020 seismic quiet period is the longest, most prominent global anthropogenic reduction of noise from seismic activity ever recorded.
The lander touched down on the planet in November 2018 and has since detected around 450 marsquakes, most of modest strength.
The last time the volcano’s eruption has a disastrous effect was in 1965, when more than 200 people were killed.
Movement of tectonic plates takes millions of years, will eventually lead to an African island.
The delicately-shrivelled exterior seen by NASA’s Orbiter suggests gradually cooling of the interior.
Andaman and Nicobar hit with nine medium intensity earthquakes in two hours, last tremor measured 5.2 magnitude
Nine medium intensity earthquakes, with a magnitude ranging from 4.7 to 5.2, hit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on Monday morning, all in a span of two hours, according to the National Centre for Seismology.
Indonesia Tsunami: Public health crisis looms large as clean water, medical supplies run low; experts warn of more deadly waves
Indonesia's disaster agency said it has dispatched helicopters to drop supplies into a handful of hard-to-reach communities along the shattered coastlines of western Java and south Sumatra.
Traumatised by sudden tsunami, that killed 429 in Indonesia, survivors remain jittery; Christmas celebrations replaced by sombre prayers
Christmas celebrations were replaced by sombre prayers, as church leaders called on Christians across Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, to pray for tsunami victims. Unlike other tsunamis that have hit disaster-prone Indonesia following large earthquakes, Saturday's big waves blasted ashore at night without warning.
New theory says build up of pain waves from dying animals can cause quakes: Geologists will laugh, but hypothesis holds weight
The theory published in a book says that pain waves originating from animals being slaughtered can lead to a similar destructive outcome such as an earthquake.
Sediment-filled valleys, like Dehradun, are expected to see more damaging future events, quakes.
Indonesia earthquake-tsunami toll reaches 1,944; search ops to continue till 11 Oct, govt to declare areas in Palu 'mass graves'
The death toll from the twin disaster on Sulawesi island that erased whole suburbs in Palu has reached 1,944.
The research is a stepping stone for additional studies into AI's use in forecasting earthquake tremors.
The findings help scientists better conduct earthquake forecasting and risk assessments.
A moderately strong earthquake shook the Indonesian island of Java on Tuesday, damaging buildings near the epicenter and shaking office buildings in the country's capital.
SYDNEY A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck off the Solomon Islands early on Friday, triggering a tsunami warning across a wide area of the South Pacific.The quake struck at 4:38 a.m. (12.38 p.m
WELLINGTON An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 struck central New Zealand on Tuesday, little more than a week after a powerful tremor centered in the upper South Island rocked the country and killed two people.Tuesday's quake was centered off the coast of the North Island, 138 km (86 miles) from Palmerston North at a depth of 37 km (23 miles).