Recent Publications

Surface Creep Rate of the Southern San Andreas Fault Modulated by Stress Perturbations From Nearby Large Events Xu, X., Ward, L., Jiang, J., Smith-Konter, B. R., Tymofyeyeva, E., Lindsey, E. O., Sylvester, A. G., & Sandwell, D. T.
A physics-based earthquake simulator replicates seismic hazard statistics across California Shaw, B. E., Milner, K. R., Field, E. H., Richards-Dinger, K., Gilchrist, J. J., Dieterich, J. H., & Jordan, T. H.

In The News

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Recent Earthquakes

Earthquakes can happen at any time! See recent earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 or greater in California and Nevada: