The Haiti earthquake ruptured one or more buried faults, generated tsunamis and caused extensive structural damage in Port-au-Prince. Investigations in the epicentral region quantify seismic hazards but offer no clear views of Haiti's seismic future.
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Bilham, R. Invisible faults under shaky ground. Nature Geosci 3, 743–745 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/ngeo1000
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