New seismic zones identified by OIINK

New seismic zones identified by OIINK

Geologists at Indiana University have characterized widespread seismic activity in an area they call the Ste. Genevieve Seismic Zone, suggesting…

New seismic zones identified by OIINK
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New seismic zones identified by OIINK

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Geologists at Indiana University have characterized widespread seismic activity in an area they call the Ste. Genevieve Seismic Zone, suggesting a greater possibility of earthquake effects than was previously recognized in southwestern Illinois and eastern Missouri. The study, in the November/December 2014 issue of Seismological Research Letters, is the first published research to result from […]

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