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Against the backdrop of Phewa Lake in Pokhara, Nepal, is a full view of the three peaks of the Himalayan range - Machapuchare in the middle, Dhaulagiri on the left, and Anapurna on the right.

On a field trip to Simeulue Island off the coast of Sumatra, Prof. Kerry Sieh studying microatoll corals to put together a history of uplift caused by earthquakes in the region.

The data for the Myanmar Velocity Model can be accessed via ftp://datacollection.earthobservatory.sg/Myanmar_Velocity

At the Sumba Islands in Indonesia, researchers found these uplifted coral reef terraces 500 metres above sea level.

Volcanic ash from Mount Sinabung in Indonesia covering crops.

The huge cracks on the face of the Mingun Pagoda in Myanmar were caused by the Ava earthquake on 23 March 1839.

A Real Time Kinematic Global Positioning System (RTK GPS) being used to get high resolution topographic profiles in Bangladesh.

The construction of the Mingun Pagoda in Myanmar begun in 1790 but by the time it was abandoned, it was 50 metres tall, one-third of it's intended height.

Surface expression of an earthquake rupture along a road towards Meulaboh, Banda Aceh. The earthquake event was not identified.

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