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The Next Megaquake
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The threat posed by a geological structure underneath the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of America, which could cause a powerful earthquake similar to the one responsible for the Boxing Day 2004 tsunami in Asia. Experts speculate on what sort of damage such a tremor might inflict, and reveal what precautions are being taken to guard against another major disaster.
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