Coming Soon: Your Local Earthquake Forecasts?

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: September 17, 2004   View Article

In life, few events happen in isolation. Earthquakes are no exception. Scientists are now developing computer models that show how an earthquake in one area can increase or decrease the potential for earthquakes in adjacent areas.

University of California, Davis, computational physicist John Rundle is a member of the QuakeSim project team, a NASA-sponsored initiative to develop the computer models.

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