1933 Long Beach Earthquake

By March 11, 2020 No Comments

Yesterday (March 10th) marked the anniversary of the 1933 Long Beach earthquake along the Newport-Inglewood fault.  as a result of this very destructive earthquake, many of the building codes for public buildings such as hospitals and schools were drafted.  The study of this earthquake resulted in a vast improvement in the understanding of our local geology and vastly improved the practice of modern geology.

For more information see the Wikipedia entry –

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