Today’s Earthquake Fact
Transform faults are found where plates slide past one another. The San Andreas fault, along the coast of California and northwestern Mexico, is an example of a transform-fault plate boundary. Earthquakes at transform faults tend to occur at shallow depths and form fairly straight linear patterns.
Today in Earthquake History
March 6, 1988
M 7.7, Alaska – Felt (V) at Anchorage, Cordova, Glennallen, Gustavus, Homer, Juneau, Metlakatla, Pelican, Port Graham, Sitka and Valdez. Also felt (V) in some sections… Read More