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

Section of the San Andreas Fault in the Carrizo Plain, western California.

San Andreas Fault map - the arrows show the relative motion of each of the plates as they slide past each other

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. Learning about Earthquakes and such.

The well known San Andreas Fault line runs right through Pinnacles National Park.

The well known San Andreas Fault line runs right through Pinnacles National Park. great family destination too

1964 alaska earthquake photos | bed and rail damage at Portage following the March 27 1964 earthquake ...

1964 alaska earthquake photos | bed and rail damage at Portage following the March 27 1964 earthquake ...

Fracking and earthquakes: Scientists link rise in seismic activity in Oklahoma to increased oil and gas exploration - Americas - World - The...

Fracking: Scientists link rise in seismic activity to gas exploration

Fracking and earthquakes: Scientists link rise in seismic activity in Oklahoma to increased oil and gas exploration - Americas - World - The.

Man-Made Earthquakes Are Changing the Seismic Landscape - The Atlantic

Man-Made Earthquakes Are Changing the Seismic Landscape

Energy Risk: Sharp Rise In U. Earthquakes Directly Linked To Fracking - The Energy Collective

San Andreas Fault map - the arrows show the relative motion of each of the plates as they slide past each other

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

The San Andreas Fault super-imposed over the California landscape seen in a shuttle photo.

San Andreas Fault May Look Like a Propeller, Scientists Find

The San Andreas Fault super-imposed over the California landscape seen in a shuttle photo. Credit: Fuis, et al.

San Andreas Fault - California

Most Terrifying and Devastating Earthquake, Tsunami and Other Natural Disasters Photos - Quertime

Basalt Columns, by Jim Richardson/National Geographic

Towering in close symmetry, these basalt columns near Fingal’s Cave form the base of the Scottish island of Staffa. The columns formed when cooling lava flows met bedrock and the region’s cold weather. The island contains three main caves.

Fingal's Cave, Scotland

The Travel Bucket List: Part 4

Fingal's Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, known for its natural acoustics. The National Trust for Scotland owns the cave as part of a National Nature Reserve.

San Andreas Fault @ Palmdale, CA... We were always glad to be back on the north side of this line!

San Andreas Fault & Devil’s Punch Bowl

San Andreas fault, Earth's biggest transform plate boundary.

Aerial photo of the San Andreas fault south of San Francisco and miles) north of Los Angeles. The fault, which extends almost the length of the state of California, is responsible for many earthquakes ~ Photo by.

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