New Interactive Map Helps Inform California Residents of Earthquake Dangers

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Rong-Gong Lin II, LA Times:

The California Geological Survey recently released an interactive online map, which allows users to view fault zones, landslide zones, and liquefaction zones across the state. Individuals can enter their address or current location into the search bar and the map will inform them of whether or not they are located on a fault line. The LA Times article describes the new map in detail, noting how to utilize the map and what each zone refers to. The map is supposed to help make residents more informed and proactive about earthquakes.

Click here to view the interactive map.

Click here to read the full article.

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