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USGS: 7.0 Hayward Quake Would Create Widespread Death And Destruction

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — On the anniversary of San Francisco’s 1906 Great Quake, U.S. Geological Survey researchers have released a study predicting the apocalyptic death and destruction that would be inflicted upon the Bay Area by a 7.0 earthquake on the Hayward Fault. 461 more words

Los Angeles News

April 12, 1958: Death of Edward Bartow

April 12, 1958: Death of Edward Bartow. “Edward Bartow (1870–1958) was an American chemist and an expert in the field of sanitary chemistry. His career extended from 1897 to 1958 and he is best known for his work in drinking water purification and wastewater treatment. 293 more words

Water

USA Geological Survey's National Elevation Dataset

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U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) National Elevation Dataset (NED)

https://lta.cr.usgs.gov/NED

Technology

3.4 Earthquake Rattles Riverside County

HEMET (CBSLA) — Residents of Riverside County got some shaking for their Easter Sunday.

A 3.4 magnitude earthquake was reported just before 8 p.m. about five miles northeast of Aguanga, according to the US Geological Survey. 35 more words

Los Angeles News

White River algae mitigation update

From the White River Conservation District (Callie Hendrickson) via The Rio Blanco Times:

Thank you to all the interested public and stakeholders for your commitment to finding the drivers of the algae in the White River.

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Colorado Water

Tillamook, Oregon: Hazard Alleviation and Rising Seas

Target Audience

Tillamook County residents, planners, government officials.

Introduction

Our current United States shoreline changes are analyzed and reported by the USGS through the National Assessment of Shoreline Change Project. 1,004 more words

Climate Change