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Press Release 10-071
Chile Earthquake: NSF Awards Rapid Response Research Grants

Scientists study the February Chilean earthquake, and the likelihood of future such quakes

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A severely damaged building in Concepcion shows the effects of the latest Chilean earthquake.

A severely damaged building in Concepcion shows the effects of the latest Chilean earthquake.

Credit: Steve Roecker/courtesy IRIS Consortium


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Seismometers and other instruments have been installed in the quake's rupture region.

Seismometers and other instruments have been installed in the quake's rupture region.

Credit: Ray Russo/courtesy IRIS Consortium


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Researchers George Slad and Anne Meltzer install a seismic station near a farmhouse in Chile.

Researchers George Slad and Anne Meltzer install a seismic station near a farmhouse in Chile.

Credit: George Slad/courtesy IRIS Consortium


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A completed seismic station deployed in the Chilean countryside.

A completed seismic station deployed in the Chilean countryside.

Credit: Steve Roecker/IRIS Consortium


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Don Eugenio Lira, Mario Pardo and Bob Greschke near a station on Don's property near Curacavi.

Don Eugenio Lira/Mario Pardo/Bob Greschke near a station on Don's property near Curacavi.

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