Floating out of the coastline of the coast of the island of the island of Chile, offers a unique view of how the land increased in 2016 magnitude 7.6 Chile during the earthquake, according to a new survey Bulletin of the American Seismological Society.

Durham University researcher Ed Garrett and colleagues used compatibility data to confirm the extent of an error occurred during the earthquake in Chile in the Pacific Ocean, which was the 9.5 Valdivia earthquake in the mid-1960s. Earthquake in the world.

The mild earthquakes in the region are less marked, so that "in 2016 is a smooth volume and distribution, so it helps us to understand the characteristics of these little events, this information helps us to better understand what the gaps have accumulated and the different magnetic ruptures sequences," Garrett said.

"Such considerations, in turn, promote the future seismic risk," he added. "Although 2016 earthquakes occurred in an unusually populated region, such important earthquakes in the Chile subdivision zone could potentially threaten more populated regions in the future."

The collateral and colleagues collected the amount of measurement measured by algorithmic data – approximately 25.8 centimeters – satellite data of the cable movement during the earthquake,

Slip equals approximately 80 percent of the maximum cumulative plate closer since the 1960 Valdivia earthquake, they concluded, resulting in similar recent other estimates. Some 2016 earthquake report suggests that the maximum fault of the slip during the measure is as much as five meters that could exceed or exceed all seismic structures built after the 1960 earthquake.

When an earthquake rupture lifts the coastal bark, it can strand organisms such as algae and mussels to fix the rocks, raising their homes above their normal waterline. The catastrophe left a distinctive line of dead people on the rock. The surface edge between the upper limit of this death zone and the upper limit of the living zone of the living organizes the vertical rise of the cortex.

The researchers have long used the technique to reduce the sharp vertical deformation of the cortex. During the 19th century in the famous XMS century, Charles Darwin used a group of dead people to determine Izella Santa Maria during the 1835 Chile earthquake.

Ten months after the earthquake in Chile, Garrett and his colleagues studied the earthquake effects on the coastline, such as sculptors that were looking for contemporary examples of how earthquakes affected these circumstances in which the prehistoric earthquake could be studied.

"Only once did we get Izaella Kilian that we saw the rolling crane algae band along the rocky rifle and realized that we could use this marker to grow up," said Garrett.

The research team made hundreds of aluminum peach lines, where Islam appeared in Kilan and Ila de Chile. The rich alcoholic record has helped the vertical volume of the world, which has been widely dispersed by the tools that are critically deformed. The study showed that the number of terrestrial changes in the 25 centimeters can be determined by a large number of measurements in the "death zone" located in the shelter.

The research was supported by the Environmental Research Council of the Environment, the EU / Durham University (COFUND) DIFeREns2 Project and the CYCLO, the Millennium Research Initiative (ICM) of the Government Government of Chile.

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