Earthquake History of the Salton Sea - Perspectives on Ocean Science
Premiere Date: 8/9/2006; 29 minutes

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Learn how scientists use both onshore and offshore geologic data from the Salton Sea to understand the history of faulting and earthquakes in the southern most reaches of the San Andreas fault. Join Dr. Neal Driscoll as he describes the latest findings on regional earthquake hazards and relates the perils of conducting research in this geologically fascinating but at times inhospitable region of Southern California. (#11790)

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Earth Sciences

California Geology

Earth Sciences

Dynamic Earth Processes

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