Almost 60% of the people killed by natural disasters in the past decade lost their lives in earthquakes, data shows.
Major earthquakes occurring along the Cascadia subduction zone off the coast of Washington state could strike closer to the state’s urban areas than some models have suggested.
The recent "clustering" of earthquakes magnitude 7 and larger in the western Pacific and Indonesia could be the result of a "triggering" effect, Hawaii geophysicists say.
The major earthquake in Sumatra in 2004 may have weakened California's San Andreas fault 8,000km away.
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