Earthquakes! Seismic Science in Southern California - Perspectives on Ocean Science
Date: 11/16/1999; 53 minutes

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Did you ever wonder how scientists study earthquakes? Join Scripps seismologist Frank Vernon as he explains his ongoing efforts to understand the when and where of earthquakes in Southern California. From wireless networks of seismometers to 3-D representations of earthquake distributions, Dr. Vernon describes the tools he uses to elucidate the enormous forces that shake our world. (#9031)

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Earth Sciences

Dynamic Earth Processes

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