Why Aftershocks occur after Earthquake?
Aftershocks refer to vibrations of the earth’s crust after the main earthquake waves have passed. It happens at or near the same Seismic Focus, due to minor adjustments of the rocks after their main rupture. These shocks may continue for hours, day or even months.
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