“The Rumbling Earth,” a newly released book on earthquakes on the sub-continent, warns that tunneling and road-building in the fragile Himalayas should be limited. It takes lessons from the 2015 Nepal quake which resulted in massive loss of infrastructure, as well as claiming 9,000 lives.

Studies of the Lombok and Plau quakes that hit Indonesia in 2018 showed that much of the damage caused to buildings and infrastructure was due to noncompliance with concrete reinforcement specifications.

  • @[email protected]
    11 month ago

    I dunno, I think an avalanche caused by a quake would be the fault of the quake and it would share some blame with the snow. But I get the idea.