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This website from the Exploratorium provides an introduction to seismic science.  The site contains an introduction, real time data on earthquakes, pictures of a few great quakes in history, damage control strategies, and information on the active zone.  Also included are activities, media reports, photos, and additional links for more information.
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Access Rights: Free access
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Keywords: earthquake, fault, plate tectonics , seismology
Record Creator: Metadata instance created September 25, 2006 by Ann Deml
Record Updated: Sep 25, 2006 by Ann Deml
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Faultline. (n.d.). Retrieved April 15, 2024, from Exploratorium:
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