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The new disaster film, 'San Andreas', has put the major Californian fault in the spotlight.
Headline-1: It's not just San Andreas: Scientists reveal the hidden hazards that could trigger huge quakes and tsunamis off Californian coast
QUOTE: "The new disaster film, 'San Andreas', has put the major Californian fault in the spotlight. But a new study has found it isn't just the San Andreas fault we should be worried about; a very real threat of earthquakes and tsunamis lurks offshore Southern California. Researchers say that several long faults could cause magnitude 8.0 quakes and tsunamis within 90 miles (145km) of the coast." -- Charles Edwin Shipp (talk) 11:25, 30 May 2015 (UTC) -- PS: FYI for future editing.
- Study looked at structure of two large seafloor faults in the Borderland
- They found the Santa Cruz-Catalina Ridge Fault has been lifted upward
- It is also slipping sideways like the plates along the San Andreas Fault
- Could cause 8.0 quakes and tsunamis within 90 miles (145km) of coast
This page could be connected to other relevant pages, such as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continent-ocean_boundary. Idsmoend (talk) 00:08, 30 January 2016 (UTC)