Showing posts with label San Andreas Fault. Show all posts
Showing posts with label San Andreas Fault. Show all posts

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Millions participate in Great Shakeout earthquake drills worldwide

Southern California's San Andreas fault
The world's largest earthquake drill will take place on Thursday, giving millions of people worldwide the chance to brush up on how to react when a temblor strikes nearby.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Strong earthquake could cause part of California Coast to sink: new study

A new research showed evidence of abrupt sinking of one of Southern California's top seismic danger zones caused by ancient earthquakes that shook the area at least three times in the past 2,000 years.

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

'Big One' Coming? Small Quakes Pepper Southern California

Concerns that a violent earthquake will shatter Southern California were revived on New Year’s Eve after some 250 small earthquakes rattled a wide area southeast of Los Angeles.

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Salton Sea Fault: New fault discovered in earthquake-prone Southern California region

A swarm of nearly 200 small earthquakes that shook Southern California residents in the Salton Sea area last week raised concerns they might trigger a larger earthquake on the southern San Andreas Fault.

Friday, August 21, 2015

San Francisco's 4.0 Earthquake May Be Signaling the ‘Big One’ Coming Soon

A 4.0 earthquake on August 18 along the Hayward fault line in northern California has caused worry among some residents that the “big one” may be coming.

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Científicos presagian megaterremotos y tsunamis en California

Un nuevo estudio ha revelado qué peligros ocultos podrían causar terremotos de magnitud 8 y enormes tsunamis a 145 kilómetros de la costa de California (EE.UU.)

Friday, April 03, 2015

Fault link means larger quakes possible on US west coast

Researchers with University of California at Berkeley have proven that two faults in the Golden State are actually one, and that the two could rupture together in an earthquake more destructive than previously thought.

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