Earth's Post Seismic StressScott Lafee
RESIDENTS OF AREAS prone to earthquakes would give a lot to know when and where the next one will hit. Scientists haven't had much luck predicting when quakes will strike, but a study published in the journal Science suggests that the likely locations of future quakes can be figured out by studying the epicenters of earlier ones.
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