Horst Rademacher, right, of Guralp Systems and Mike Hasting of Hasting Microseismic Consulting work on a seismometer recently installed at Cass Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles. The equipment, installed by UC Berkeley's TremorScope project, could help seismologists find a link between small tremors and major earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault.
Horst Rademacher, right, of Guralp Systems and Mike Hasting of Hasting Microseismic Consulting work on a seismometer recently installed at Cass Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles. The equipment, installed by UC Berkeley's TremorScope project, could help seismologists find a link between small tremors and major earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault. TremorScope project
Horst Rademacher, right, of Guralp Systems and Mike Hasting of Hasting Microseismic Consulting work on a seismometer recently installed at Cass Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles. The equipment, installed by UC Berkeley's TremorScope project, could help seismologists find a link between small tremors and major earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault. TremorScope project

Seismometer installed at Paso Robles winery to help earthquake research

May 08, 2015 5:43 PM