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The new ConQuest[R] Detectable SubDuct conduit, with its innovative design, targets underground cable networks having current and future cable capacity requirements.
Meade, however, says that if deep-focus earthquakes are generated by the role of hydrous minerals, then plates "may easily subduct into the lower mantle.
At the latitude of this earthquake, the Cocos plate moves north-northeast with respect to the Caribbean plate at a velocity of approximately 77 mm/yr, and subducts beneath Central America at the Middle America Trench," reported USGS.
A planet quakes, slides, uplifts, subducts according to its wont.