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ABAG Earthquake Maps and Information — Information and maps about liquefaction, faults, and landslides in the San Francisco Bay Area.
|Assoc. of Bay Area Govts. (ABAG)|
Back to the Future on the San Andreas Fault — What does the science say? Where does the information come from? And what does it mean? Investigating past earthquakes to inform the future.
California Subduction Rocks — A photographic field trip to classic subduction-related rocks across northern California.
Comparing Shaking Intensity from Two Bay Area Earthquakes — Maps of the shaking intensity for the 1989 Loma Prieta and 1906 San Francisco earthquakes are shown, as well as the fault rupture length in order to compare the impact of each earthquake.
Creep Evidence of Active Faulting — Information about creep on faults, and specifically the Hayward fault.
Earthquake Country Alliance — Earthquake preparedness for California
|Earthquake Country Alliance|
Earthquake Preparedness - San Andreas - The Movie, California Reality or Hollywood Fiction? — Focus on California Earthquake Preparedness for Teachers and Students
|California Emergency Management Agency|
Earthquakes by Bruce A. Bolt Online Companion — links related to subjects covered in book
|W.H. Freeman & Co.|
Echando Raices en Tierra de Terremotos — Este manual provee información sobre por qué nos deben preocupar los terremotos en el Sur de California, qué debemos hacer para estar seguros y reducir el daño, y también qué debemos saber de lo básico sobre terremotos.
|USGS & many other organizations|
Faultline:Seismic Science at the Epicenter — lots of resources, information, activities and graphics concerning earthquakes in California
Garlock Fault Fly-Over — Virtual fly-over of the Garlock fault. Will download a .mov file.
Ground Shaking Simulations — Simulations (videos) from computer models of earthquakes showing the resulting ground shaking.
Living On Shaky Ground: How to Survive Earthquakes and Tsunamis in Northern California — A collection of preparedness guides for earthquakes and tsunamis especially for the Northern Coast of California
|Humboldt State Univ, Dept of Geology|
Paleoseismology and the Hayward Fault — How paleoseismology is revealing information about the Hayward fault and its past. New technology being used. Photos from the Tule Pond trench on the Hayward fault.
Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country — Earthquakes and preparedeness for everyone in California (regional booklets available), Utah, Central U.S., Nevada, Oregon, and Alaska
San Andreas Fault Fly-Over — virtual fly-over of the San Andreas Fault
San Andreas Fault, The — overview of the San Andreas Fault, online USGS general interest publication
Southern California Earthquakes, Faults, Photos & Rupture Movies — all things "earthquake" in southern California
|Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) & USGS|
Staying Safe Where the Earth Shakes — A booklet that includes the "The Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety" - basic guidelines for what to do before, during, and after a damaging earthquake.
Teacher's Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area Geophysics Maps — USGS Open File Report 95-479 (online)
The HayWired Scenario: An Urban Earthquake in a Connected World — An ArcGIS geo-narrative storymap with compelling images showing the effects and consequences possible in the next large earthquake on the Hayward Fault in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Parkfield, California Earthquake Experiment — Information about past earthquakes and current monitoring efforts.
Transforming California: Landforms of the San Andreas Fault — PowerPoint presentation of digital images (60.7 Mb) exploring the landforms found along the San Andreas Fault. Designed for classroom use with a complementing narrative for each slide. One of the many Earthtrip Virtual Field Trips to explore.
|Paleontological Research Institution|
Tsunamis — Basic science of tsunamis, preparedness, and focus on California and historical information.
|California Geological Survey|
Uncovering the San Andreas Fault (PDF) — Earthquake Trail: What Makes the Geology of Point Reyes National Seashore So Special?
|National Park Service|
Wallace Creek Interpretive Trail Guide — Interactive online trail guide to Wallace Creek site on the San Andreas Fault
|USGS & Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC)|