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Jul 17, 2014 04:50 PM ET // Laura Geggel, LiveScience
Report's maps show geologists' predictions of where and how often future earthquakes may occur and how strongly they may shake the ground.
May 9, 2014 09:40 AM ET // Becky Oskin, LiveScience
New evidence reveals that many tsunamis have flooded Alaska's islands and fjords in the past several thousand years
Apr 15, 2014 07:17 AM ET // Paul Gabrielsen
New simulations show up to 70 percent less ground shaking in a major Southern California earthquake than previously thought. Continue reading →
Feb 26, 2011 09:55 PM ET // Christina Reed
On Feb. 27, 2010, the 8.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Chile sent seismic waves circling Earth's surface several times and caused microquakes in California.
Feb 9, 2011 08:56 AM ET // Tim Wall
Intercontinental earthquakes, such as the ones that rattled New Madrid, may not strike the same place twice.
Aug 14, 2012 09:47 PM ET // Christina Reed
How much damage would quakes like the ones that struck Iran earlier this week inflict on California?
Aug 26, 2011 09:41 PM ET // Christina Reed
Hurricane Irene is the first hurricane to follow so closely after an east coast earthquake, but the combo punch is reminiscent to 1944.
May 16, 2012 04:40 AM ET // Sarah Simpson
One particular section of the Alaskan-Aleutian subduction zone has not ruptured since 1788, and geodesy measurements reveal that strain is accumulating rapidly.
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