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    • What I’ve learned about earthquakes and earthquake prediction is that you almost never know when an earthquake will occur, but in certain areas that get a lot of earthquakes, you could probably predict when one is about to happen.
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    • The time differences between the earthquakes.
    • The stress that accumulates along the fault lines
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    • Haiti
    • Chile
    • Pacific Plate is an area where 90% of the worlds earthquakes occur.
    Where on Earth do most of the really big earthquakes strike?
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    • A strainmeter can tell an earthquake's vibrations or shock waves and are detected by its seismometer component and recorded by its seismograph, is what seismologists use to predict earthquakes.
    • A fossil seismograph, to help geophysicists and other researchers understand patterns of seismic activity.
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