How A Quake In Alaska Moved The Rarest Fish To Spawn In Death Valley

A massive temblor off Alaska last week made literal waves as far away as Florida, as Earth enters what some geologists say may be a busier seismic period.
When it struck early last Tuesday in the Gulf of Alaska, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake caused a small tsunami, triggering middle-of-the-night alerts along shores from British Columbia through California and sending residents fleeing to high ground and huddling in shelters. It was the U.S.’s biggest quake of the year so far, at a time when geologists say the Earth may be primed for more. By the time the waves arrived on land, however, Read More

Source:: Fast Company