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The earthquake that rattled Melbourne was among Australia's biggest in half a century, but rock records reveal far mightier ones

By Mark Quigley, Associate Professor of Earthquake Science, The University of Melbourne
Januka Attanayake, Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
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The geological record tells us we have had earthquakes in Australia’s deeper past much larger — possibly up to and bigger than magnitude 7.0.

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