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Advancing earthquake and tsunami science: Tōhoku four years later

Mar 9 2015
Fellow, Research, Stanford

Four years after one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history devastated Japan, Stanford geophysicists Greg Beroza, Eric Dunham, and Paul Segall provide new insights that help clarify why previous assumptions about the fault had been so wrong. Using new technologies, they explain what happened during the earthquake and tsunami, and discuss ongoing research that helps society better prepare for similar events in the future.

Contributors to these new insights include 2006-2009 Gabilan SGF Fellow Annemarie Baltay and 2012 ARCO SGF Fellow Andreas Mavrommatis.

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