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Can a UNICORN Outrun Earthquakes?

News   Nov 14, 2019 | Original story from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

 
Can a UNICORN Outrun Earthquakes?

The San Andreas Fault (red lines) and the other plate boundaries (green lines). Color contours indicate the presumed fault slip distribution of the 1700 Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake. Circles show the earthquake distribution in 1900-2019. Disastrous earthquakes (purple circles) and damaged cities are shown with the M7.1-2019 Ridgecrest earthquake (red circle). Credit: UTokyo

 
 
 

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