Study: Big quakes don't set off others far away

Sunday, March 27, 2011 - 12:30 in Earth & Climate

Here's some good news in the wake of Japan's disaster: A new study says big earthquakes don't set off other dangerous ones around the globe. Big quakes do trigger local aftershocks, but researchers found no sign of setting off moderate-sized events beyond about 600 miles away.

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