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North Coast
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
76%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable zones
Cascadia Subduction Zone & Mendocino Triple Junction
Notable zones
Additional Regional Risk
Tsunamis Along the Coast
Additional Regional Risk
Shasta Cascade
Likelihood of earthquake event
76%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults
Cleveland Hills & Sierra Nevada
Notable faults
Proximity To An Active Fault
Within 20 Miles
Proximity To An Active Fault
Greater Bay Area
Likelihood of earthquake event
76%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
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San Andreas & Hayward
Notable faults
Proximity To A Major Fault
Less Than 10 Miles
Proximity To A Major Fault
Delta Sierra
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
76%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults and zone
Cleveland Hills and Sierra Nevada faults & San Joaquin fault zone
Notable faults and zone
Additional Regional Risk
Landslides, Liquefaction, Or Levee Failure
Additional Regional Risk
Central Coast
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults
San Andreas & San Gregorio
Notable faults
Proximity To An Active Fault
Less Than 15 Miles
Proximity To An Active Fault
Central Valley South
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults and zone
San Andreas and Garlock faults & San Joaquin fault zone
Notable faults and zone
Additional Regional Risk
Landslides, liquefaction, or levee failure
Additional Regional Risk
Inyo/Mono
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable fault and zone
Owens Valley fault & Eastern California shear zone
Notable fault and zone
Proximity To An Active Fault
Less Than 15 Miles
Proximity To An Active Fault
Southern California Coast
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults
San Andreas & over 100 smaller active faults
Notable faults
Additional Regional Risk
Tsunamis Along the Coast
Additional Regional Risk
Inland Southern California
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults
San Andreas & San Jacinto
Notable faults
Proximity To An Active Fault
Less than 10 miles
Proximity To An Active Fault
San Diego
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
75%
Likelihood of a M7.0+ striking region in next 30 years
Notable faults
Rose Canyon, Elsinore & San Jacinto
Notable faults
Proximity To An Active Fault
Less Than 15 Miles
Proximity To An Active Fault

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Recent California Earthquake Activity
M 2.5
1km SSW of Big Bear Lake, CA
Time
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
2:33 PM
Location
34.233°N 116.914°W
Depth
6.69 km ( 4.16 mi )

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M 3.3
68km W of Petrolia, CA
Time
Monday, September 17, 2018
6:14 PM
Location
40.375°N 125.079°W
Depth
1.16 km ( 0.72 mi )

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M 2.7
4km ENE of Mammoth Lakes, CA
Time
Monday, September 17, 2018
7:10 AM
Location
37.656°N 118.941°W
Depth
1.63 km ( 1.01 mi )

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M 2.5
14km W of Toms Place, CA
Time
Sunday, September 16, 2018
7:07 PM
Location
37.573°N 118.838°W
Depth
4.75 km ( 2.95 mi )

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M 2.6
34km W of Petrolia, CA
Time
Sunday, September 16, 2018
3:41 PM
Location
40.339°N 124.691°W
Depth
25.38 km ( 15.77 mi )

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