Silent earthquakes are tied to changes in fluid deep below Cascadia’s fault

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Every 14 months, silent earthquakes
ever-so-slightly rattle the Cascadia subduction zone, which is capable of producing a magnitude 9.0 earthquake. Now, research shows that these so-called aseismic quakes are tied to fluid moving miles underground.
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