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Dr. Anthony “Tony” Qamar, 62, a research associate professor in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences at the University of Washington, and Dr. Daniel Johnson, a geophysicist at the University of Puget Sound, were fatally injured in an auto accident on October 4, 2005, while traveling to the Olympic Peninsula to retrieve a GPS instrument deployed to study episodic tremor and slip. Both deaths leave a large hole in the seismological community as well as in the lives of their many friends.

Dr. Qamar was the Washington State Seismologist and a co-principal investigator for the Pacific Northwest Seismograph...

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