The physics of earthquakes are astoundingly complex, but our abilities to forecast future earthquakes during a strong sequence of events in real time is improving.
Author Archives: Richard Aster
As the West Antarctic Ice Sheet melts, the land beneath rebounds – at a faster rate than thought.
For major events, with magnitudes of 7 or greater, California is actually in an earthquake drought. Multiple segments of the expansive San Andreas Fault system are now sufficiently stressed to produce large and damaging events.