Paul Earle

Seismologist, US Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center

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Seismologist at the US Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colorado

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Indonesians are searching for survivors following a  6.8-magnitude earthquake  today and  7.8 quake  yesterday along the Sumatra fault system.

Indonesian Earthquake Cluster

Indonesians are searching for survivors following a 6.8-magnitude earthquake today and 7.8 quake yesterday along the Sumatra fault system.

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Indonesians are searching for survivors following a  6.8-magnitude earthquake  today and  7.8 quake  yesterday along the Sumatra fault system.

Indonesian Earthquake Cluster

Indonesians are searching for survivors following a 6.8-magnitude earthquake today and 7.8 quake yesterday along the Sumatra fault system.

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