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New Analysis of Earthquake Zone Raises Questions


August 25, 2008

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Oregon State University scientists have completed a new analysis of an earthquake fault line that extends some 200 miles off the southern and central Oregon coast that they say is more active than the San Andreas Fault in California. Full Story

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