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California Institute of Technology Seismological Laboratory
Investigates, researches, and informs the public about earthquakes that occur in Southern California and worldwide.
The Hayward Fault at UC Berkeley
Dr. Peggy Hellweg describes a field trip that illustrated some of the most dramatic expressions of the fault in the area of Berkeley. [PDF]
Museum of the City of San Francisco
History museum site features several exhibits about historical San Francisco earthquakes. Includes a collection of newspaper clippings, police reports, eyewitness accounts and photos.
Redwood City (California) Public Seismic Network
Earthquake data files, links to other Public Seismic Network sites around the world, links to other sources of on-line information on seismology, seismic equipment, and earthquakes.
Seismic Hazard Zonation Program
Map index designed to assist cities and counties in protecting the public safety from the effects of earthquake-triggered ground failure. Issued by the California Department of Conservation.
Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) Data Center
The data center maintains a searchable archive of earthquake data for research in seismology and earthquake engineering. Includes general information, clickable fault maps, stations and instrumentation, and educational resources.
Last update:June 11, 2015 at 6:24:05 UTC