Where will the next mega earthquake hit? Curvy faults may be key

Embed Feed 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami: Time-lapse aerial footage shows rebuilding efforts five years on from disaster IBTimes UK Mega earthquakes have been linked to how curvy the fault is, with a flatter fault more likely to produce magnitude 9 or …
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