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Earthquake triggers 'slow motion' quakes in New Zealand 
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Post Earthquake triggers 'slow motion' quakes in New Zealand
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Slow slip events, a type of slow motion earthquake that occurs over days to weeks, are thought to be capable of triggering larger, potentially damaging earthquakes. In a new study, scientists have documented the first clear-cut instance of the reverse -- a massive earthquake immediately triggering a series of large slow slip events.

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