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Halt as We Ponder the Fault Over Yonder

Professor Ivano Aiello points out the nearby fault line during a Geological Oceanography class field trip.  The class makes many excursions to visit California’s unique geologic features, from Fremont Peak to faults in the backyard. Advertisements

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But You Only See My Faults

It may be hard to believe, but that concrete canal is broken because the earth here actually moved.  The canal was built on a fault line, which makes it so easy to see the results of tectonic activity.  A student … Continue reading

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