Scientists map fault lines in Napa earthquake study

08/28/2014 | Mashable

U.S. Geological Survey scientists are working to map fault lines in the wake of the magnitude-6.0 earthquake that recently hit the Napa Valley region of California. Previously unknown fault lines and faults considered to be inactive apparently played a part in the quake.

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