fault cros citting sedimentary rock Photograph of faulted sedimentary rock layers exposed in a roadcut in Guatemala. The sedimentary rocks originally were deposited as horizontal layers of sand and gravel in streams and debris flows. After their deposition, the consolidated sediment was broken by a moderately-dipping normal-slip fault that has dropped layers left of the fault down about 3 meters relative to layers to the right;

fault cros citting sedimentary rock Photograph of faulted sedimentary rock layers exposed in a roadcut in Guatemala. The sedimentary rocks originally were deposited as horizontal layers of sand and gravel in streams and debris flows. After their deposition, the consolidated sediment was broken by a moderately-dipping normal-slip fault that has dropped layers left of the fault down about 3 meters relative to layers to the right;

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The latest news about the Newport-Inglewood fault shows that it goes much deeper than we once thought. This could mean dangerous problems for ‪#‎SoCal‬ homes. Now is the best time to get a foundation inspection. Call us today!

The latest news about the Newport-Inglewood fault shows that it goes much deeper than we once thought. This could mean dangerous problems for ‪#‎SoCal‬ homes. Now is the best time to get a foundation inspection. Call us today!

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Help your students learn about earthquakes through this engaging, hands-on science experiment! Students will understand the effects of earthquakes with this activity!

Help your students learn about earthquakes through this engaging, hands-on science experiment! Students will understand the effects of earthquakes with this activity!

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In the new study, the estimate for the likelihood that California will experience a magnitude 8 or larger earthquake in the next 30 years has increased from about 4.7% for UCERF2 to about 7.0% for UCERF3.

In the new study, the estimate for the likelihood that California will experience a magnitude 8 or larger earthquake in the next 30 years has increased from about 4.7% for UCERF2 to about 7.0% for UCERF3.

Drilling Into an Active Earthquake Fault in New Zealand | Geology IN

Drilling Into an Active Earthquake Fault in New Zealand | Geology IN

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