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Learning from Slow-Slip Earthquakes

By Stacy Morford

Off the coast of New Zealand, there is an area where Earthquakes can happen in slow-motion as two tectonic plates grind past one another. These slow-slip events create an ideal lab for studying fault behavior along the shallow portion of subduction zones. …read more



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