Temblor screen with ‘Earthquake Forecast’ layer clicked, showing that earthquakes of M=7.7 are rare at this location; they occur at a rate of about 0.2% per year. In contrast, 500 km to the north, near Los Angeles, Chile, today’s quake would be much more common.
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