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New Madrid Zone not quieting down according to new study
Reelfoot Lake expanded by 1812 - 1813 quakes.
New Madrid Zone not quieting down according to new study

"A new study suggests recent reports of the "death" of the New Madrid Seismic Zone were premature. Based on statistical computer models, which predict how many aftershocks from the 19th century quakes should hit the region, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists think the past two centuries of earthquakes suggest the New Madrid Seismic Zone is popping more often than expected. Instead of slowing down, earthquake activity on the Reelfoot Fault continues at a sprightly pace..."

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