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Earthquake Risk Heightened Over Next Few Weeks

Posted by Karl Lundgren on

Roughly every 14 months the Pacific Northwest goes through a seismic cycle known as a slow-slip event.  For about a two to four week period the region will experience thousands of small earthquakes, unfelt to the residents of the region.  However, not all the earthquakes associated with slow-slip events go unfelt.  Residents of Vancouver Island and the BC Lower Mainland will no doubt remember December 29, 2015 when a 4.7 magnitude quake struck in the late hours of the evening near Victoria rattling houses across Southwestern, BC.  If you didn’t feel it, you sure heard about it at work or...

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