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Slow Earthquakes: It's All in the Rock Mechanics

May 20, 2013

earth and environment graphic Earthquakes that last minutes rather than seconds are a relatively recent discovery, according to an international team of seismologists. Researchers have been aware of these slow earthquakes, only for the past five to 10 years because of new tools and new observations, but these tools may explain the triggering of some normal earthquakes and could help in earthquake prediction. Full Story

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