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Submission + - Seismic Data Set Could Improve Earthquake Forecasting (sciencemag.org)

sciencehabit writes: Geoscientists still can't predict when a major quake will strike, and many have given up trying. But many do try to issue more general forecasts of hazards and potential damage. This week, researchers added a potentially powerful new tool to their kit: the largest seismic database of its kind ever constructed, based on tens of thousands of earthquake records stretching back more than 1000 years. Together with a new global map of strain accumulation at plate boundaries, the data sets will form the core of an international public-private partnership intended to reshape the science of earthquake forecasting.
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Seismic Data Set Could Improve Earthquake Forecasting

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