Earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sheryl Braile , Happy Hollow School West Lafayette, IN Larry Braile , Purdue University firstname.lastname@example.org , www.eas.purdue.edu/~braile CSTA Convention, Oct. 2006, San Francisco, CA.By adeola
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P-Wave. S-Wave. S-P time. Detection of transient earthquake gravity signals using superconducting gravity gradiometer. San Andreas Fault. Ho Jung Paik University of Maryland E-GRAAL January 10, 2018. Blind zones of EEWS. US West Coast earthquake hazard.
San Andreas Fault. Introduction. We live next to this fault It’s active It has a history of major earthquakes We had better know something about it ..so that we can better prepare. Features-1. Not recognized (in total) until ~1940
San Andreas Fault. Done by: Zhu HuaYing 3A1 (31) Li ShiCheng 3A1 (16) Brian Teo Kian Peng 3A1(26) Han Xuyang 3O1 (003) Yu JiaKe 3O1 (29) Xu ZiHao 3O1 (27). Contents. Introduction What is a fault?
San Andreas Fault. Presentation by:. Zack Bick. Erin Riggs. Alicia Helton. Cara Dickerson. What is it?. San Andreas Fault , geological fault zone in California 800mi long and approx. 10mi deep Right lateral strike-slip fault Imperial Valley to Point Arena
Southern San Andreas Fault. Quiescence period: 300+ years Slip rate: from 10 to 35 mm/yr Observed creep episodes. How pervasive is creep on the southern SAF? What fraction of the elastic strain energy does it relieve?
Segments of the San Andreas Fault. Historically, the San Andreas has been divided up into individual fault segments that range from tens to hundreds of kilometers. These include the Big Bend, Coachella, & Parkfield fault segments.
San Gorgonio Pass. Largest discontinuity along the San Andreas fault San Andreas fault slip decreases to a minimum of 5–10 mm/ yr at the SGP, from 24 ± 3.5 mm/ yr at Cajon Pass on the northwest and 12–22 mm/ yr at Indio on the southeast
Big Bend in the San Andreas Fault. * Many faults in Southern California other than San Andreas (SAF) * Most are right-lateral (like SAF) but many in So-Cal are not (thrust, normal, blind thrust) * Right-lateral strike slip motion common in northern California but things are