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Caption: A sub-fossil skeleton of a 1.15 metre Nile Perch found in the Bodélé depression. Credit: Charlie Bristow
Credit: Charlie Bristow

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A radar interferogram from Sentinel-1A showing how the ground moved in the Napa Valley earthquake. Each coloured fringe is caused by a change in distance between the ground and the satellite of about 3cm. The extent of the ground deformation in the interferogram shows that the fault slip which occurred in this earthquake continues further north than the extent of the mapped rupture at the surface.
Credit: Copernicus data (2014)/ESA/PPO.labs-Norut–COMET-SEOM Insarap study.
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