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Los Angeles Valley College Geology Its Not My Fault Lab Report

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Homework on faults

It’s Not My Fault!
Open your web browser and go to a neat web site: http://scedc.caltech.edu/significant/index.html
“Significant Earthquakes and Faults”. You can zoom in, and drag the map to change the part in view.
Click on a fault to see the name of that fault. Use the online map to identify the faults shown on the reverse side of this page.
1. Identify all the faults shown on the maps on the reverse side of this page. Write the names in the table
below. Notice that many of the faults are on both maps — but …

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