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Deep Long Period Earthquakes

  1. Jan 4, 2014 #1


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    Here is a recent paper describing Deep Long Period Earthquakes discovered in Antarctica. A large eruption might melt enough ice to raise sea levels. The paper costs $$money to read, however:
    “Volcanology: Mobile magma under Antarctic ice”
    John C. Behrendt1
    Nature Geoscience
    6, 990–991 (2013)
    Published online
    17 November 2013

    Here is free article about them:
    “Deep Long Period earthquakes”
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