The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded $4 million to four universities in the Pacific Northwest and California to boost the development of earthquake early warning systems.
Roberta’s recent blog asking the question, “Do You Believe In Earthquake Weather” generated more comments than ever before. Here is a sampling of a few emails she has received.
The fault that produced a 4.0-magnitude earthquake in Fremont early Tuesday morning is expected to produce a major earthquake “any day now” and Bay Area residents should be prepared, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist said.
Roberta Gonzales explores the myth behind earthquake weather.
The Magnitude 2.4 earthquake hit at 12:32 a.m. with an epicenter about six miles northeast of Milpitas.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.8 magnitude earthquake in Sonoma County Thursday evening.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a strong earthquake has struck the Pacific nation of Tonga, but no tsunami threat was expected.
A strong earthquake has struck off an island chain south of Tokyo, but officials say there is no danger of a tsunami.
It’s the single largest power-generating operation of its kind on the planet and is an important part of California’s green energy portfolio. But hardly anyone in the Bay Area knows what it is or where it is.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 6.0 earthquake has struck in far northern Chile. There were no immediate reports of damage and no tsunami warning.