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Small earthquakes can increase risk of the Big One. Now, seismologists say they can create public quake forecasts

A one-of-a-kind statistical model for evaluating earthquake risk is boosting an effort by seismologists to more effectively communicate to the public when the chances of a major earthquake rise.
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