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Shaken Beliefs: Seismic Lessons from Japan’s Tohoku Earthquake – The New Yorker

Shaken Beliefs: Seismic Lessons from Japan’s Tohoku Earthquake – The New Yorker

| On 17, Mar 2016

Shaken Beliefs: Seismic Lessons from Japan’s Tohoku Earthquake
The New Yorker
Five years after the 9.0-magnitude earthquake in Tohoku, geologists are still learning from the disaster. Credit Illustration by Daniel Zender. Japan could well be called the cradle of seismology. It occupies one of Earth’s most precarious tectonic
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