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Slow Earthquakes On San Andreas Fault Explained
2013-06-03 19:31:54

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution New Zealand´s geologic hazards agency reported this week an ongoing, “silent” earthquake that began in January is still going strong. Though it is releasing the energy equivalent of a 7.0 earthquake, New Zealanders can´t feel it because its energy is being released over a long period of time, therefore slow, rather than a few short seconds. These so-called “slow slip events” are common at subduction zone faults...


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