Big Data: Saving 13,000 Lives A Year By Predicting Earthquakes?. Marr, B. 2015.
Big Data: Saving 13,000 Lives A Year By Predicting Earthquakes? [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
We know the quakes are coming. We just don't know how to tell enough people early enough to avoid the catastrophe ahead. Around the world more than 13,000 people are killed each year by earthquakes, and almost 5 million have their lives affected by injury or loss of property. Add to that [...]
@misc{marr_big_2015,
	title = {Big {Data}: {Saving} 13,000 {Lives} {A} {Year} {By} {Predicting} {Earthquakes}?},
	shorttitle = {Big {Data}},
	url = {http://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2015/04/21/big-data-saving-13000-lives-a-year-by-predicting-earthquakes/},
	abstract = {We know the quakes are coming. We just don't know how to tell enough people early enough to avoid the catastrophe ahead. Around the world more than 13,000 people are killed each year by earthquakes, and almost 5 million have their lives affected by injury or loss of property. Add to that [...]},
	urldate = {2016-04-24TZ},
	author = {Marr, Bernard},
	year = {2015}
}
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