Aerial shot shows the San Andreas Fault advancing southeast through the Carrizo Plain (north of Los Angeles). In the foreground, the block on the west side of the fault, right, has been raised up due to plate movement, damming the drainage of water running down from the hills to the east, left. Photo: R.E. Wallace, USGS
What’s Shakin’ with the San Andreas Fault?
San Andreas Fault map - the arrows show the relative motion of each of the plates as they slide past each other
Walking through the San Andreas Fault gorge #palmsprings #travel
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The well known San Andreas Fault line runs right through Pinnacles National Park.
Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami (2011)A 9.0 magnitude quake followed by tsunami waves hit the east coast of Japan in March 11, 2011. With a depth of 24.4 km, this was the largest earthquake to ever strike Japan in recorded history. Documented as the 7th largest earthquake in the world, it led to about 15 million dead or injured, and 2,814 people missing. It also affected 18 prefectures, with over 250,000 buildings damaged or destroyed and caused a near nuclear disaster
The lengths one will go to for their soldier.... :)