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Blog Entry Long-term slip deficit and the forecasting of slip in future earthquakes.
John McCloskey - Environmental Sciences Research Institute, University of Ulster
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Blog Entry Reservoirs under stress: the microseismic response to fracture stimulation
Michael Kendall - School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol
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Blog Entry Contributions to seismology by scientists from the U.K.
Walter D. Mooney - USGS, Menlo Park, California USA
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Blog Entry Explosion Seismology - thirty years evolution from Heligoland to LISPB
David Bamford – Finding Petroleum, www.findingpetroleum.com
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Blog Entry Earthquakes, explosions and North Korean nuclear tests
Anton Ziolkowski - School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh
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Blog Entry Early British thinking on earthquakes from Shakespeare to Hooke
Roger Musson - British Geological Survey, West Mains Road, Edinburgh
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Blog Entry Research on test-­ban verification and the history of seismology in the UK
Alan Douglas & David Bowers - AWE Blacknest, Aldermaston
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Blog Entry Seismic tomography and the Earth’s upper mantle
Stewart Fishwick - Department of Geology, University of Leicester
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Blog Entry The KRISP and EAGLE projects: crustal structure in the East African Rift
G. Randy Keller - School of Geology and Geophysics, University of Oklahoma
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Blog Entry UK seismic monitoring through the decades
Chris Browitt & Alice Walker - Former Heads of the BGS UK Seismic Monitoring and Information Service, Edinburgh
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