|Posted by George Freund on June 21, 2018 at 12:35 AM|
A tectonic time bomb that threatens to set off a huge earthquake under California may be triggered by a newly discovered structure in the San Andreas fault. Experts uncovered a 15 mile (25 km) long formation, dubbed the Durmid ladder structure
Is the San Andreas fault line at risk of the 'BIG ONE'? New-found 15 mile-long formation
Experts mapped the southern 20 miles of the fault zone to make the discovery
They found a highly faulted area in the region called the Durmid ladder structure
It is 0.6 to 2.5 miles wide and found in the upper 1.8 to 3.1 miles of the ground
Scientists have been warning since last year that the 'Big One' is overdue
A tectonic time bomb that threatens to set off a huge earthquake under California could be triggered by a newly-discovered structure in the San Andreas fault.
Experts believe a newly-uncovered 15 mile (25km) long formation, dubbed the Durmid ladder structure, could be ground zero for the next major earthquake to hit the region, colloquially known as 'Big One'.
The discovery was made during an extensive geological study which examined the southern tip of the (1,300-km) long fault zone, which many believe will set off the next big earthquake.
Researchers have been warning that the state is overdue for a highly destructive earthquake since early last year.
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