More accurate investigation technique finds far more quakes than had previously been recorded, though most were tiny

Scientists counted 1.8 million earthquakes in California from 2008 to 2017, most of them so tiny that no one feels them.

Using a more accurate way of finding teeny tiny earthquakes, scientists recorded far from temblors than the current catalog of just under 180,000 for that decade, , according to a report in the journal Science on Thursday.

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