Earthquake Mainshocks and Aftershocks:
What We Do and Do Not Know

Dr. Debi Kilb discusses what seismologists now understand about the extent and duration of aftershocks following major earthquakes, and what mysteries remain for future seismic scientists to unravel.

Earthquake Mainshocks and Aftershocks: What We Do and Do Not Know

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