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Tremor causes new type of earthquake in Haida Gwaii

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Earthquakes dries up hot springs at Haida Gwaii (Photo Credit: Flickr/Anne Lazerevitch)

The earthquake that shook Haida Gwaii, and created a Tsunami, wasn't typical.  In fact, it was the first of kits kind for the region.  John Cassidy is a research scientist with Natural Resources Canada.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks to him for more.

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