Investigates, researches, and informs the public about earthquakes that occur in Southern California and worldwide.
History museum site features several exhibits about historical San Francisco earthquakes. Includes a collection of newspaper clippings, police reports, eyewitness accounts and photos.
Earthquake data files, links to other Public Seismic Network sites around the world, links to other sources of on-line information on seismology, seismic equipment, and earthquakes.
Map index designed to assist cities and counties in protecting the public safety from the effects of earthquake-triggered ground failure. Issued by the California Department of Conservation.
The data center maintains a searchable archive of earthquake data for research in seismology and earthquake engineering. Includes general information, clickable fault maps, stations and instrumentation, and educational resources.
Dr. Peggy Hellweg describes a field trip that illustrated some of the most dramatic expressions of the fault in the area of Berkeley.
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