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Active Message Threads for January 2012

IRIS EPO
2012-01-25 19:32:46
NEW ANIMATION! Stratigraphy <http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/education_and_outreach/animations/24> Why study old rocks? What do the rocks teach us about past earthquakes? We have released a new animation that looks at a hypothetical vertical cutaway section of the Earth to show how strata & structures that might be seen in a real cross section came to be. Includes deposition, compression, folding, extension, faulting, magma rise, eruption. http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/education... [more]
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2012-01-09 21:32:43
NEW ANIMATION SET New Madrid Seismic Zone <http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/education_and_outreach/animations/23> Mid-Continent Earthquakes in the United States? This animation set commemorates the 200th anniversary of the most destructive earthquakes on the North American continent east of the Rockies that began suddenly on December 16th, 1811. Three >7.5 magnitude earthquakes, and countless aftershocks, caused damage over an area of 600,000 km², and was felt over an area of 5 mil... [more]
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