Today’s Earthquake Fact
The San Andreas fault is NOT a single, continuous fault, but is actually a fault zone made of many segments. Movement may occur along any of the fault segments along the zone at any time. The San Andreas fault system is more than 1300 km (800 miles) long, and in some spots, is as much as 16 km (10 miles) deep.
Today in Earthquake History
March 10, 1989
M 6.6, Malawi – At least 9 people killed, 100 injured and damage in the Salima-Dedza-Mchinji area. About 50,000 left homeless in Malawi. Felt strongly in much… Read More