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Mystery of How Tides Trigger Earthquakes Solved

News   Jun 10, 2019 | Original story by Sarah Fecht for the Earth Institute at Columbia University.

 
Mystery of How Tides Trigger Earthquakes Solved

The Axial Volcano off the coast of Oregon on the Juan de Fuca Ridge. In a new study, researchers used data from this volcano to determine how low tides cause earthquakes along mid-ocean ridges. Credit: NOAA Photo Library.

 
 
 

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