The Visualizing Risk Challenge tasked competitors with building a data visualization to help explain natural hazard risk. I wondered if a natural disaster in one area could influence the risk of a disaster in another part of the world. Turns out it can, and the phenomenon is known as remotely triggered earthquakes. I visualized remote earthquake triggering in a scrollytelling piece that combines a Mapbox basemap with data I collected from the USGS and several scientific papers. You can read more about the making in the blog, and the whole project is open-sourced on my GitHub.