North Korea: When is an earthquake a nuclear test?

North Korea: When is an earthquake a nuclear test?
 

The first sign that North Korea had carried out its fifth nuclear test last month was when a massive earthquake was detected by international scientists. As North Korea marks 10 years since its first test, geophysicist and disaster researcher Mika McKinnon explains how scientists have learned to identify these world-shaking events.
Weapons tests cannot hide from science.
Every stage of North Korea's nuclear weapons development programme is under global observation, with scientists using data to extract the true state of their progress.
A worldwide network of sensors is constantly collecting... read more

 
9 October 2016 in World News, Views: 44
Source: BBC
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