New way of measuring earthquakes 'may unlock holy grail of where and when they will strike'
from The London Economic
A new way of measuring earthquakes may unlock the ‘holy grail’ of where and when they will strike. Scientists have long struggled to identify patterns for earthquakes leading to suggestions they strike at random. But new evidence revealed the majority of earthquakes strike fault lines which are under stress built up from centuries of past tremors.
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