Kaya Wilson is a science writer with a background in ocean science, based in Newcastle, Australia.
Triggered: new insights into deep earthquakes
Analysis of two quakes finds the first catalysed the second. Kaya Wilson reports.
The two largest ever recorded deep earthquakes in the Tonga-Fiji subduction zone occurred just days apart. Now resear...
Deciphering the ancient mysteries of ‘marine snow’
The planet’s largest carbon sink is deep underwater and little understood. Kaya Wilson reports.
Ocean-warming over the past century may be impacting one of the largest but least understood components in the global...
Underground mountains taller than the Himalayas
Earthquake data leads to a re-evaluation of the Earth’s mantle structure.
Seismologists have discovered huge mountains 660 kilometres underground, following a massive earthquake in Bolivia.
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