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.
Geomorphic evidence for the geometry and slip rate of a young, low-angle thrust fault: Implications for hazard assessment and fault interaction in complex tectonic environments Hughes, A., Rood, D. H., Whittaker, A. C., Bell, R., Rockwell, T. K., Levy, Y., Wilcken, K. M., Corbett, L. B., Bierman, P. R., DeVecchio, D. E., Marshall, S. T., Gurrola, L. D., & Nicholson, C.
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.

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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: