Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Study Finds Major Earthquake Threat In South Asia

The evidence is a result of a new GPS study of Bangladesh, India and Myanmar published first in the Nature Geoscience journal.

Scientists presented new evidence Monday suggesting that the northeastern corner of the Indian subcontinent is actively colliding with Asia and has the potential to cause a major earthquake risk to one of the most densely populated regions in the world. The evidence is a result of a new GPS study of Bangladesh, India and Myanmar published…

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