Are UK earthquakes a cause for real future concern?
After a 4.4-magnitude earthquake epicentred in South Wales on Saturday 17 February, Professor Iain Stewart from the University of Plymouth talks about the causes of earthquakes and how common they are here in the UK
Earthquakes in the field and under the microscope
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Earthquakes in the field and under the microscope - A geological record of crustal seismicity. University of Plymouth, 18 October 2017.
Earthquake faults may have played key role in shaping the culture of ancient Greece, study suggests
The Ancient Greeks may have built sacred sites deliberately on land affected by previous earthquake activity, according to a new study by BBC presenter Iain Stewart MBE, Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth
Building resilience to natural hazards
Plymouth University: Building resilience to natural hazards at Plymouth University
Natural hazards: earthquakes
Plymouth University are researching earthquake risk communication in Istanbul
Active tectonics and geohazards
Plymouth University: Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES). Active tectonics and geohazards.
CRES Research Conference 2015
What's on at Plymouth University: CRES Research Conference 2015. A showcase for recent postgraduate and staff research in Earth sciences. Plymouth University, 18 November 2015.
Japanese guidelines could assist other tsunami prone nations
Plymouth University news: Japan’s lead in implementing sea defence improvements is an important reference point for other tsunami-prone nations to help guard against future disasters, a study led by Plymouth University has suggested