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Scientists Suspect 2015 Earthquake Caused Mount Everest To Shrink - Forbes;

Scientists Suspect 2015 Earthquake Caused Mount Everest To Shrink - Forbes

ForbesScientists Suspect 2015 Earthquake Caused Mount Everest To ShrinkForbesScientists believe the world's tallest mountain, Mount Everest, may have shrunk due to the recent 2015 earthquake in Nepal. This has kicked off an effort to reach the peak of Mount Everest to determine just how tall the world's highest mountain sits.and more »

Fort Collins mountaineer Jim Davidson returning to Everest - 9NEWS.com;

Fort Collins mountaineer Jim Davidson returning to Everest - 9NEWS.com

9NEWS.comFort Collins mountaineer Jim Davidson returning to Everest9NEWS.comFort Collins resident Jim Davidson was climbing Mount Everest in April 2015 when a 7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal, causing avalanches on the mountain and stranding him above base camp for 40 hours. Climbing the mountain had been a dream of his dating ...and more »

Did Mount Everest really shrink? Taking a second look - The Weather Network;

Did Mount Everest really shrink? Taking a second look - The Weather Network

The Weather NetworkDid Mount Everest really shrink? Taking a second lookThe Weather NetworkThursday, January 26, 2017, 9:24 AM - Aside from killing thousands of people, the Magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal in 2015 made headlines for another reason: After the shaking stopped, some measurements suggested Mount Everest had shrunk ...and more »

This expedition is trying to find out if the tallest mountain in the world shrank - The Verge;

This expedition is trying to find out if the tallest mountain in the world shrank - The Verge

The VergeThis expedition is trying to find out if the tallest mountain in the world shrankThe VergeExactly how tall is Mount Everest? That's what scientists in India are trying to figure out. This week, India's surveyor general announced that the government is going to remeasure Mount Everest, in a bid to determine whether the world's tallest peak ...and more »

Mount Everest May Have Suddenly Changed Height - IFLScience;

Mount Everest May Have Suddenly Changed Height - IFLScience

IFLScienceMount Everest May Have Suddenly Changed HeightIFLScienceWe're not sure yet, but Mount Everest may have shrunk a little – or grown a little – and both Nepalese and Indian authorities are investigating. According to Surveyor-General Swarna Subba Rao, India's central mapping agency will send an expedition to ...and more »

How Tall Is Mount Everest? - Travel+Leisure;

How Tall Is Mount Everest? - Travel+Leisure

Travel+LeisureHow Tall Is Mount Everest?Travel+LeisureA group of scientists will take a trip to the peak to do some data digging. An earthquake that rocked Nepal in April 2015 may have caused Mount Everest—the tallest mountain in the world—to sink. According to the Press Trust of India, the Surveyor ...and more »

India is going to check if Mount Everest got a little bit shorter - Quartz;

India is going to check if Mount Everest got a little bit shorter - Quartz

QuartzIndia is going to check if Mount Everest got a little bit shorterQuartzIn April 2015, an earthquake in Nepal killed nearly 9,000 people, destroyed buildings, and triggered a series of deadly landslides. It may also have knocked Mount Everest down an inch. Satellite readings taken in the aftermath of the 7.8-magnitude ...and more »

India wants to remeasure Mount Everest to see if it shrunk after 2015's Nepalese earthquake - The Independent;

India wants to remeasure Mount Everest to see if it shrunk after 2015's Nepalese earthquake - The Independent

The IndependentIndia wants to remeasure Mount Everest to see if it shrunk after 2015's Nepalese earthquakeThe IndependentThe Indian government wants to measure Mount Everest to see if it shrunk after the 2015 earthquake in Nepal. The country's surveyor-general Swarna Subba Rao said an expedition would be sent to survey the world's highest mountain within the next two ...and more »

Mount Everest shows signs of shrinkage - New York Post;

Mount Everest shows signs of shrinkage - New York Post

New York PostMount Everest shows signs of shrinkageNew York PostMount Everest may have shrunk following a massive earthquake two years ago — and now the world's tallest peak is set to be remeasured, according to reports. Mount Everest came in at 29,029 feet — or more than 5 miles — when it was last measured in ...and more »

Did Mount Everest Shrink After Earthquake in Nepal? - Laboratory Equipment;

Did Mount Everest Shrink After Earthquake in Nepal? - Laboratory Equipment

Laboratory EquipmentDid Mount Everest Shrink After Earthquake in Nepal?Laboratory EquipmentAn expedition team from India is being sent to re-measure the height of Mount Everest to determine if an earthquake in 2015 caused the giant peak to shrink. A massive, 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal in April 2015, killing nearly 9,000 and injuring ...and more »

Mount Everest: Scientists to measure height after Nepal earthquake - CNN

Mount Everest: Scientists to measure height after Nepal earthquakeCNNNew Delhi (CNN) The world's tallest mountain may have shrunk following the 2015 Nepal earthquake. That's what a group of Indian scientists want to check, after satellite data suggested Everest may have reduced in height following the impact. "Everest ...and more »

Can Nepal measure Everest's height on its own? - Online Khabar (English) (satire) (blog);

Can Nepal measure Everest's height on its own? - Online Khabar (English) (satire) (blog)

Online Khabar (English) (satire) (blog)Can Nepal measure Everest's height on its own?Online Khabar (English) (satire) (blog)Can Nepal measure the height of Mt Everest? This is a question Nepalis are asking a day after the Indian Surveyor General Swarn Subba Rao said that is government would send an expedition to the highest mountain in the world to 're-measure' its height.and more »

Did Mount Everest Really Shrink? Scientists Measure Peak Again - Live Science;

Did Mount Everest Really Shrink? Scientists Measure Peak Again - Live Science

Live ScienceDid Mount Everest Really Shrink? Scientists Measure Peak AgainLive ScienceMount Everest in Nepal is the world's tallest peak, reaching a height of 29,029 feet (8,848 meters). Credit: Daniel Prudek/Shutterstock.com. Who's ready to break out the 6-mile-long measuring tape? Scientists in India are prepping for an expedition to ...and more »

India is remeasuring Mount Everest to find out if it shrunk after earthquake - Mashable;

India is remeasuring Mount Everest to find out if it shrunk after earthquake - Mashable

MashableIndia is remeasuring Mount Everest to find out if it shrunk after earthquakeMashableMount Everest, the world's tallest mountain, might have shrunk after a devastating earthquake in the region two years ago, believe some scientists. India is sending an expedition to "remeasure" the mountain, PTI reported. SEE ALSO: This unbelievable ...and more »

Did 2015 earthquake shrink Everest? - NEWS.com.au

Did 2015 earthquake shrink Everest?NEWS.com.auThe Indian government plans to measure the height of Mount Everest to put to rest speculation that a powerful earthquake in 2015 may have caused it to shrink. The government's mapping organisation Survey of India will send an expedition to the world's ...and more »

Mount Everest is shrinking: India to send expedition to see if famed mountain is still 8848 metres - National Post;

Mount Everest is shrinking: India to send expedition to see if famed mountain is still 8848 metres - National Post

National PostMount Everest is shrinking: India to send expedition to see if famed mountain is still 8848 metresNational PostAmid speculation Nepal's deadly 2015 earthquake might have caused Mount Everest to shrink, India is dispatching an expedition to the summit to confirm whether the world's highest mountain is indeed still 8,848 metres. “We are remeasuring it,” India's ...and more »

India to send surveyors to find out whether Everest has shrunk - The Guardian;

India to send surveyors to find out whether Everest has shrunk - The Guardian

The GuardianIndia to send surveyors to find out whether Everest has shrunkThe GuardianThe precise height of Everest has been the subject of some controversy. Photograph: Hans Edinger/AP. Mount Everest. India to send surveyors to find out whether Everest has shrunk. Scientists announce expedition to test theory that Nepalese earthquake ...and more »

India to measure whether Everest shrank in Nepal quake - The Kathmandu Post;

India to measure whether Everest shrank in Nepal quake - The Kathmandu Post

The Kathmandu PostIndia to measure whether Everest shrank in Nepal quakeThe Kathmandu PostThe Indian government has announced it will measure the height of Mount Everest for the second time to assess whether it changed as a result of the 2015 Nepal earthquake. Surveyor-General Swarna Subba Rao said an expedition would be sent to the ...and more »

Has Mt Everest shrunk after Nepal quake? Survey of India to find out - Times of India;

Has Mt Everest shrunk after Nepal quake? Survey of India to find out - Times of India

Times of IndiaHas Mt Everest shrunk after Nepal quake? Survey of India to find outTimes of IndiaHYDERABAD: The height of Mount Everest will soon be "re-measured" by the Survey of India to determine whether the world's tallest peak has really shrunk following a devastating earthquake in Nepal two years ago. An expedition from the Survey of India ...and more »

Mount Everest Update: World's Highest Mountain Shrinking? Following 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Scientist To Measure ... - International Business Times;

Mount Everest Update: World's Highest Mountain Shrinking? Following 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Scientist To Measure ... - International Business Times

International Business TimesMount Everest Update: World's Highest Mountain Shrinking? Following 2015 Nepal Earthquake, Scientist To Measure ...International Business TimesRTX1ZEX2 A tourist was silhouetted as he took pictures of Mount Nuptse (C) as Mount Everest (L) is covered with clouds in Solukhumbu district, also known as the Everest region, in this picture taken Nov. 30, 2015. Photo: (QUAKE-NEPAL/SHERPAS ...and more »