San Andreas Fault
Trying to predict an earthquake’s arrival may not yet be possible, but learning about what causes them and remaining ever vigilant for the next one is vital.
A former Los Angeles science teacher has a theory on when big earthquakes are more likely to occur.
A leading earthquake expert has issued a dire warning to Californians about the expected impact of a major disruption to the San Andreas fault line.
Taking a journey along the San Andreas Fault may be just what you need to clear your head.
A new study by geophysicists indicates that there is a greater chance of a mega earthquake along the entire length of the San Andreas Fault.
Millions of Californians are expected to participate in an annual earthquake preparedness drill on Thursday.
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Researchers at the Scripps Institution For Oceanography warn that man’s interference with the Colorado River could set the stage for a major earthquake along the San Andres Fault.
Researchers announced Sunday that the San Andreas fault is long overdue for an earthquake, and that when it comes it’ll likely be bigger than expected.