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A magnitude 6.8 earthquake occurred on the Sagaing fault in Myanmar on November 11, 2012.
This article addresses the issue of Sunda megathrust segmentation.
An exceptionally large earthquake occurred in the Indian Ocean about 400 km southwest of the city of Banda Aceh, in northern Sumatra (Aceh).
A deep earthquake caused casualties and
damage in North Sumatra.
When continents collide, there are far-reaching consequences.
Geologic evidence of ancient earthquakes provides key insights for understanding modern-day seismic hazard.
A new global volcanic database will put critical information at scientists' fingertips in times of volcanic crisis.
A study of how earthquake waves travel through the region will help us to know how much earthquake shaking to expect.
The magnitude 7.7 Sumatra earthquake on Oct 25th, 2010, was a large aftershock of the 8.4 earthquake of Sept 12, 2007. Media Reports
For the latest updates on earthquakes in Southeast Asia, visit our new Regional Earthquake Updates section!
Giant round corals in the Mentawai Islands may seem just part of the landscape. A new film shows how scientists study them for clues...
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