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"The hunt for red noise: scale, power and colour in the Earth Sciences” and “Can faults get weaker? Evidence from the Mochiyama earthquake swarm"

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This is an impromptu replacement of our original speaker, who has unfortunately had to cancel due to illness. We’ll now have two talks, each lasting half an hour.

Nicky White will speak on: “The hunt for red noise: scale, power and colour in the Earth Sciences”

Sam Wimpenny will speak on: “Can faults get weaker? Evidence from the Mochiyama earthquake swarm”

This talk is part of the Bullard Laboratories Wednesday Seminars series.

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