Scientists were at the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park on Thursday, sharing some of the information they have gathered on the ground in studying last month’s Napa earthquake.
This is harvest season in the wine country and vintners are trying to help other winemakers, whose facilities might have been damaged by the August 24 earthquake.
Building inspectors on Tuesday continued their second round of evaluations of structures that were damaged in the magnitude-6.0 South Napa earthquake nine days ago.
Scientists and politicians planned to meet at UC Berkeley next week for a summit on developing an early earthquake warning system.
A significant aftershock from last weekend’s magnitude-6.0 earthquake has rattled the Napa Valley.
Many residents are replacing perishables that were lost when the power went out following the earthquake.
Work crews in Napa are repairing a number of small sinkholes have been developing after water main breaks resulting from the magnitude 6.0 earthquake and its aftershocks.
Inspectors from the Federal Emergency Management Agency looked at the damage from Sunday’s quake in Napa. Aid could start flowing, but it may take a while.
Seismic activity continues more than four days after a magnitude 6.0 earthquake rocked the southern end of Napa County on Sunday. Between Wednesday morning and day break Tuesday eight more aftershocks hit the region, which runs along the border with Solano County.
Visitors to Napa have their choice of wine-related attractions, from the wine train to the pastoral beauty of the vineyards. But now they have one more: the damage from Sunday’s quake.