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San Andreas Fault Linked to Cascadia Subduction Zone: Earthquakes Along Cascadia Trigger Similar Shakers on San Andreas Making For a Giant Seismic Event That Would Span the Entire West Coast of the U.S.

San Andreas Fault Linked to Cascadia Subduction Zone: Earthquakes Along Cascadia Trigger Similar Shakers on San Andreas Making For a Giant Seismic Event That Would Span the Entire West Coast of the U.S.

Two of the west coast’s biggest earthquake faults may have far more interaction than previously thought. According to geologists, an earthquake on the Cascadia Subduction Zone could trigger a similar shaker on the San Andreas fault to the south and thus create a giant seismic event along the U.S. West Coast. Today, at least 4 […]

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