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How much shaking should you expect? Big Shakes IF… More uplift More active More deformation Surface trace = long Little Shake IF… Compression hill Less active Less deformation Surface trace = short
Small Compression Hill The small fault can cause small compression hill at Hollywood vine.
Big Uplift Hill Big fault causes big uplift hill at Mount San Jacinto
More deformation = Big Fault Gouge Deformation have different kind of cracks, gouge, and vines Vines Cracks
Fault Trace Map Surface Trace = Short LA Surface Trace = Long SAF Small trace surface means short fault Big trace surface means long fault.
This is a inactive fault because it doesn’t offset the sediment layer above the fault
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