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is a field of research that allows to characterize past earthquakes and to determine the seismic potential of the source faults based on the interpretation of the geological record.
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Stress accumulation across these two sections of the southern San Andreas, and studies of their paleoseismology
, suggest that we are now at, or passing, their mean recurrence intervals of 300 and 140 years, respectively, (4)" Johnson explains.
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OF THE NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE FROM TREE RINGS.
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