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Researchers Find Haiti Quake Caused By Unknown Fault

October 25, 2010

Eric Calais Researchers found a previously unmapped fault was responsible for the devastating Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti, and that the originally-blamed fault remains ready to produce a large earthquake. Full Story

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