Here is a simulation of ground motion after a magnitude 8 earthquake on the San Andreas fault, showing ground shaking throughout Southern California for more than 75 seconds after the rupture begins near Parkfield. San Diego Supercomputer Center r McClatchy Southern California Earthquake Center
Here is a simulation of ground motion after a magnitude 8 earthquake on the San Andreas fault, showing ground shaking throughout Southern California for more than 75 seconds after the rupture begins near Parkfield. San Diego Supercomputer Center r McClatchy Southern California Earthquake Center

Southern California earthquake could cause beach areas to sink up to 3 feet in just seconds

March 25, 2017 05:12 PM