Shakeout for Southern California

portion of San Andreas fault This is a portion of the 1,200-kilometer (800-mile) San Andreas fault, the longest fault in California. Image credit: NASA/JPL
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October 22, 2008

Geophysicist Maggi Glasscoe previews an upcoming earthquake preparedness drill in southern California.

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