Shaking things up
Despite the risks, green spaces around the San Andreas fault draw affluent families, while poor and minority neighborhoods farther away lack parks
New clues show how the massive Japanese earthquake happened, and how certain faults could pose a previously unrealized threat.
By measuring changes in rocks, seismologists may have found a way of predicting quakes hours in advance
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