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How I (mostly) slept through the one of the largest earthquakes to hit NW Europe in 200 years

In the early hours of 13 April 1992, the border region in western Europe where Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands meet was shaken by a magnitude 5.4 earthquake, caused by northeast-southwest extension in the Roer Valley Graben. The shaking was … Continue reading

Categories: academic life, earthquakes