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Mechanical muscle-crush injury and acute muscle-crush compartment syndrome: with special reference to earthquake casualties. Musculoskeletal injuries associated with earthquake. For example, the Assam earthquake in had a magnitude of 8. In , a giant earthquake struck with sufficient power to produce an approximately kilometre rupture on the major Himalayan fault. Super earthquakes might occur with a periodicity of to years, whereas "medium-sized" quakes such as Gorkha have a recurrence time of up to a few hundred years.

As the cycles overlap, the researchers expect powerful and dangerous earthquakes to occur at irregular intervals. However, they cannot predict when another extremely large quake will next take place. However, we can improve our understanding of the seismic hazard in a specific area and take appropriate precautions," says Kissling. The two-dimensional and high-resolution model also includes some research findings that were published after the Gorkha earthquake.

However, modelling the entire 2, kilometres of the rupture zone would require enormous computational power," says Dal Zilio.

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Nature Communications , ; 10 1 DOI: ScienceDaily, 16 January ETH Zurich. Nepal earthquake: Waiting for the complete rupture. Retrieved September 21, from www. With a magnitude of 7.

In addition, no large floods from overflowing glacial lakes occurred after the magnitude 7. Scientists have determined that the