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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Geology -- Dynamic and structural geology -- Volcanoes and earthquakes -- Earthquakes. Seismology
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This site, provided by the Southern California Earthquake Center, provides detailed information about the location and size of the Hector Mine earthquake of October 17, 1999.
This page contains a map of southern California with epicenters of earthquakes shown as circles of different sizes and colors. The size and color of each earthquake symbol corresponds to its magnitude, as indicated by a...
This page presents vital statistics, summary of effects, and discussion of our meager knowledge about the location of the epicenter for the Great Fort Tejon, California, earthquake of 1857.
Created by Edward P. Byerly and James F. Dewey of the U.S. Geological Survey, this is a textual reference that describes the history of seismographs, including how they work, as well as seismic waves, travel-time curves...
The IRIS Seismic Monitor allows users to monitor global earthquakes in near real time. Researchers can locate the geology, vault conditions, site description, station instrumentation, and additional information on...
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