Small earthquake rattles Oakland, California; no damage reported -
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Students participate in Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill

The Inland Empire Community - 23 Oct 2018
“Knowing what to do when the ground shakes should be instinctive for everyone who lives in California,” said California Earthquake Authority (CEA) CEO Glenn Pomeroy. “This simple drill will save lives the next time California is hit by a powerful ...
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New California earthquake warning system puts fears at ease - 17 Oct 2018
The system has been in the works for decades and Tom Heaton, a professor at the California Institute of Technology, has been working on it since 1979. Heaton had thought the technology to determine the timing of an earthquake would have been developed ...
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Multiple Earthquakes Registered in Northern California

NBC Bay Area - 10 Oct 2018
A few earthquakes struck Northern California early Wednesday morning, according to the USGS. A magnitude 3.1 earthquake struck near Cobb at 1:48 a.m. and 2.7 magnitude quake struck near Black Oaks at 1:49 a.m.. A third quake, 2.5 magnitude, hit near ...
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Statewide earthquake drill set for Oct. 18

California Democrat - 17 Oct 2018
According to a State Emergency Management Agency news release, a major earthquake could result in damage through much of southern and eastern Missouri. Almost 450,000 ...
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3.6-magnitude earthquake recorded off Northern California coast

KATU - 08 Oct 2018
ARCATA, Calif. – A 3.6-magnitude earthquake shook off the Northern California Coast Monday morning. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake occurred around 8:15 a.m. It was recorded about 74.2 miles west northwest of McKinleyville, ...
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Essential California: A shaky earthquake warning system

Los Angeles Times - 11 Oct 2018
California is getting closer to what officials say will be the world's most sophisticated earthquake warning system. But the new system is expected to bring its own questions and frustrations. As residents of Japan, Mexico and other places that already ...

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