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Research Links Seismic Slip and Tremor, With Implications for Subduction Zone

January 29, 2009

earth and environment graphic New evidence suggests that tectonic plate slippage and non-volcanic tremor near the Cascadia subduction zone both are signs of processes taking place 25 miles deep at the interface of the Juan de Fuca and North American plates. Full Story

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