Lavic Lake seismic fault

Lavic Lake seismic fault

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Credit: KEN M. JOHNS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Lavic Lake seismic fault. A fault is a fracture in the Earth's surface along which one side has moved relative to the other. Sudden movements along seismic faults cause earthquakes. The Hector Mine earthquake occurred along this fault line on 16th October, 1999. Photographed in California, USA.

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Keywords: america, american, california, californian, crack, cracked, earth, earthquake, earthquake site, fault, ground, hector mine, lavic lake, rock, seismic, seismology, slip, united states, us, usa

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