"Creeping" fault sections may trigger a major quake, study says

01/14/2013 | Insurance Journal

"Creeping" portions of a seismic fault, which experts had thought may help prevent major seismic activity, could have the potential to trigger a massive earthquake, according to a study published in Nature. The findings may be relevant to a creeping segment in California's San Andreas Fault, according to this article.

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