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Prehistoric earthquakes discovered along San Andreas Fault - United States Geological Survey (press release)
For example, some inter-earthquake periods are as short as 20 years, while at least one period was almost 200 years long. Such patterns are consistent with other locations along the San Andreas Fault where these prehistoric earthquake records are ...
A section of the San Andreas fault close to LA could be overdue for a major earthquake - Los Angeles Times
Southern California could be overdue for a major earthquake along the Grapevine north of Los Angeles, according to a sobering new study by the U.S. Geological Survey. The research found earthquakes happen there on average every 100 years. The last ...
USGS study finds new evidence of San Andreas Fault earthquakes - temblor
In a manuscript accepted for publication yesterday, new evidence for 10 ground-rupturing earthquakes prior to 1857, along the Big Bend of the Southern San Andreas Fault was presented. The study, headed by Dr. Katherine Scharer at the USGS in Pasadena ...
Stretch Of San Andreas Near LA Is Overdue For Massive Earthquake, Says Study - LAist
The study focused on Frazier Mountain in the Grapevine area, about 50 miles south of Bakersfield. The area, which sits by the San Andreas Fault, had never been studied in great detail before, reports the L.A. Times. What the researchers found was sobering.
California Earthquakes: San Andreas Fault Could Cause Coast To Instantly Sink Below Sea Level - International Business Times
By assessing seismic activity, scientists have estimated in the past that a massive earthquake should strike California along the 800-mile San Andreas Fault line once every 150 years, meaning the hotspot should see one very soon. Now they've forecast ...
3.6 earthquake centered near Ocotillo Wells rattles East County - fox5sandiego.com
The epicenter was further described as near the Imperial-San Diego county line, 6 miles north-northeast of Ocotillo Wells, or about 42 miles northwest of El Centro, according to the USGS. The region near the Salton Sea, along the San Andreas fault and ...and more »