Disneyland may be one of the happiest places on Earth, but it’s also smack in the middle of California earthquake country. The San Andreas fault runs through nearly the entirety of California and has produced many great earthquakes. The San Andreas fault defines a tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American… Continue reading Could an Earthquake Destroy Disneyland?
My undergrad advisor has a really interesting article in the New Yorker about the recent earthquakes that have struck Mexico—turns out it’s not the type of faulting you would expect in a subduction zone. The Strange Tectonic Coincidence of Mexico’s September Earthquakes
I thought I’d share my final project from Introductory Geology! I made this back in fall of 2011 when I had no idea I’d be going on to study geology. I was just psyched to be able to use my graphic design skills, and this is still probably my favorite thing I’ve ever made.