Kaya Wilson

Kaya Wilson is a science writer with a background in ocean science, based in Newcastle, Australia.

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...

    April 2, 2019
  • 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...

    March 5, 2019
  • 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. ...

    February 19, 2019

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