UF geologist: more aftershocks likely in Japan
admin on March 28th, 2011 | Last updated: March 28, 2011 at 8:03 am
Aftershocks following a large earthquake can occur for years. A magnitude 6.5 aftershock struck Northern Japan Sunday. University of Florida Department of Geological Sciences associate professor, Raymond Russo says this aftershock, and many others, are expected. He talked with WUFT-FM’s Kelsey Kern.
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