After Iran-Iraq earthquake, seismologists work to fill in fault map of the region

With a magnitude of 7.3, the Nov. 12, 2017 earthquake that shook the border region between Iran and Iraq is among the largest ever recorded in this area. Seismologists know it resulted from the pressure built up between the colliding Arabian and Eurasian plates of the Earth's crust. But there's still a lot for researchers to uncover about seismic activity in the region.

After Iran-Iraq earthquake, seismologists work to fill in fault map of the region

With a magnitude of 7.3, the Nov. 12, 2017 earthquake that shook the border region between Iran and Iraq is among the largest ever recorded in this area. Seismologists know it resulted from ...

Thu 16 Nov 17 from Phys.org

Big aftershocks could well hit Iran and Iraq in next 48 hours

The magnitude 7.3 quake that struck Iran and Iraq on Monday has already killed 400 and injured thousands, and more tremors could be on the way

Mon 13 Nov 17 from Newscientist

Powerful earthquake on Iran-Iraq border kills over 330

A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck the Iraq-Iran border region killed over 330 people in both countries, sent people fleeing their homes into the night and was felt as far west ...

Mon 13 Nov 17 from Phys.org

Strong quake hits Iran-Iraq border, 13 dead

A strong earthquake that shook the Iran-Iraq border region on Sunday killed at least 13 people, authorities and state media in the two countries said.

Sun 12 Nov 17 from Phys.org

7.3-magnitude earthquake hits Iran and Iraq, killing hundreds

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Mon 13 Nov 17 from Inhabitat

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