Discussion in 'Environment' started by Chris, Jul 15, 2008.
This could be huge.....
A New Clue in Predicting Earthquakes - TIME
What about not building on faults?
Wouldn't this be more reasonable?
And where would that leave us? Building in the path of tornados? Hurricanes? There are faults all over the country.
Not building and living on faults.
Granny thinks its a earthquake whenever possum goes gallopin' around the trailer...
Researchers use ocean waves to predict seismic shaking in Southern California
January 23, 2014 - Results show a rupture of the San Andreas Fault could generate three times more shaking in Los Angeles than surrounding regions.
Study: Slow-Motion Movements Predict Strength of Future Earthquakes
November 19, 2014 ~ Scientists know where earthquakes are likely to occur, but not when. Now, however, an American geologist and his team have found that it may be possible to forecast how strong an earthquake may be.
Given that the whole west coast, from Cape Mendecino to the north end of Vancouver Island, and from tens of miles out in the ocean to east of the Cascades lies in a fault, that might be a bit much to ask.
Cascadia Subduction Zone Pacific Northwest Seismic Network
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