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Balancing rocks trace history of 'jumping' earthquakes

BBC NEWS   04 August 2015   USA   California  

US scientists say they have solved the riddle of why a collection of balancing rocks near the San Andreas fault has never been toppled by earthquakes. Their decade-long study concludes that quakes can stop or "jump" due to interactions between the San Andreas and the neighbouring San Jacinto fault.

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