Scientists Studying ‘Slow Quakes’

Earthquakes are a daily occurrence in Alaska, but most go unnoticed by the general public.  The unfelt quakes include a slow variety unknown to scientists until about 10 years ago. Stanford University professor of geophysics Gregory Beroza, says ultra sensitive seismometers and GPS measurements detect the gradual but powerful movements of the earth’s crust.

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