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Algorithms Spot Millions of California's Tiniest Quakes in Historical Data

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Large earthquakes such as the magnitude-7.2 quake that hit Baja California in Mexico in 2010 are often surrounded by thousands of smaller tremors.

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When it comes to earthquakes, large, destructive ones dominate the headlines.

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