Earth Tremors in India


IN connection with the short description of the Kangra earthquake, and the reference to the still greater earthquake of 1897, contained in NATURE of March 1, p. 418, it may be of interest to note that, at a distance of about twelve miles from the point that was supposed to be the centre of greatest disturbance in the latter earthquake, tremors were still appreciable, at frequent intervals, in the early part of 1904.

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