Sumatra Quake in April Tied to Sea Floor ChangesElizabeth Lopatto
An April earthquake near the island of Sumatra resulted from as many as five faults in the tectonic plate that serves as the floor of the Indian Ocean, according to researchers that say the geologic event may show the massive slab of rock is splitting into two.
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