The San Andreas Fault
Added by Lawrie Ryan on Mar 19, 2008
A graphic representing the San Andreas fault in California. The oceanic and continental plates move in the opposite direction along the fault line, creating a region in which earthquakes are common. Both San Francisco and Los Angeles are at risk from earthquakes.
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