Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Aerial view of San Andreas Fault, a scar in the earth's crust that runs 1,300 kilometers through California and along its coast. The San Andreas is one of the most active faults in the world and has been responsible for a number of devastating earthquakes.

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Keywords: aerial, california, carrizo plain, continental drift, crust, earth, earthquake, fault, fracture, geologic, geology, lithosphere, plate tectonics, san andreas fault, scar, scarp, seismic, seismology, shell, usa

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San Andreas Fault

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