mountain-sized-rock-beneath-japan-may-act-as-magnet-for-mega-earthquakes

A massive igneous rock underneath the coast of southern Japan could possibly be serving as a magnet or lightning rod for megaquakes. According to a new 3D image of the Kumano Pluton, tectonic energy from megaquakes appears to be channeled to a number of spots along its side.

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