Greater insight into earthquake cycles | Tech NEWS

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For those who study earthquakes, one major challenge has been trying to understand all the physics of a fault — both during an earthquake and at times of “rest” — in order to know more about how a particular region may behave in the future. Now, researchers have developed the first computer model of an earthquake-producing fault segment that reproduces the available observations of both the fault’s seismic and aseismic behavior.
ScienceDaily: Computer Science News

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