From The Seattle Times: ‘Hard Lessons Learned Since The 2001 Nisqually Quake’

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For all interested parties:

“The good news about the region’s shallow faults is they don’t pop very often, Sherrod said. Repeat times seem to range between 700 and several thousand years. The bad news is Sherrod and his colleagues keep finding more.”

And also from the Times, click here for more of the Seattle area’s earthquake history.

Also On This Site:  From YouTube Via Sound Politics: NASA-Mt St Helens: Thirty Years LaterSeattle Earthquake-January 30th 2009-4.5 On The Richter ScaleFrom The New Scientist: ‘Giant Crack Formed In Just Days’From The USGS: February 14th, 2011 Earthquake Near Mt. St. Helens-4.3

Via Sound Politics: ’360 Degrees Of Mt. St. Helens’

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