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Press Release 10-116 - Video
Geophysicist Sean Gulick discusses differences between the 2004 and 2005 Sumatran earthquakes.

Geophysicist Sean Gulick of the University of Texas at Austin was the guest at the webcast, "Researching Sumatra's Earthquakes," hosted by the National Science Foundation. Gulick discussed the July 9 Science publication "Contrasting decollement and prism properties over the Sumatra 2004/2005 earthquake rupture boundary."

Credit: National Science Foundation/ University of Texas at Austin

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