Offtopic (earthquakes, not taxonomy)

Gurcharan Singh chani at SIFY.COM
Sat Jan 1 15:11:27 CST 2005

 "Ken Kinman" <kinman2 at YAHOO.COM>wrote
>      And I haven't found any maps that show the boundary between the
Indian and Australian plates to see if that boundary passes anywhere close
to Sumatra.  The hypothesis that they are two separate plates is relatively
recent, but I thought at least some internet sites would have maps showing
the proposed boundary.  Maybe I can find some over the weekend.

Check this up to see boundaries between Indian and Australian Plates. The
toll of loss is still mounting and so are tales of lucky survivors.

Gurcharan Singh

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