Things tagged kathryn schulz:
Behind a Muslim community in northern Wyoming lies one enterprising man—and countless tamales.
Kathryn Schulz (of “The Really Big One”) knocks another one out of the park.
Fantastic science writing, don’t miss this.
Kathryn Schulz in The New Yorker:
In the end, the magnitude-9.0 Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami killed more than eighteen thousand people, devastated northeast Japan, triggered the meltdown at the Fukushima power plant, and cost an estimated two hundred and twenty billion dollars. The shaking earlier in the week turned out to be the foreshocks of the largest earthquake in the nation’s recorded history. But for Chris Goldfinger, a paleoseismologist at Oregon State University and one of the world’s leading experts on a little-known fault line, the main quake was itself a kind of foreshock: a preview of another earthquake still to come.