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Researchers to Visit Site of 2004, 2005 Indonesian Earthquakes


April 30, 2007

News thumbnail Researchers from Oregon State University and an Indonesian science center are collaborating on a pioneering project to analyze the history of great earthquakes and tsunamis on the Sunda subduction zone, along the western margin of Sumatra and Java--site of one of the most devastating tsunamis in modern history. Full Story

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