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Fault that no one noticed sprung a destructive surprise

A man stands near a damaged building after an earthquake

Indonesia is frequently affected by earthquakes, including one that caused extensive damage on the island of Sumatra (pictured) in early 2022. Credit: Xinhua/Shutterstock

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Nature 608, 452 (2022)

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-022-02134-8

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  1. Supendi, P. et al. Seismic Record 2, 176–185 (2022).

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