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Stanford team builds 'Shazam' for earthquakes

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    The new software tracks barely discernible shocks, which could help seismologists understand the mechanisms of large earthquakes and other seismic events, say researchers. An official points to strong earthquake markings on Seismogram recordings at the Seismology Center in Taipei, Taiwan.

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