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This website is intended to be a comprehensive, plain-language source of information about all aspects of the San Andreas fault. The SAF is embedded in a large, complex state and does not exist independently of other faults and plate tectonics. In fact, more than any other US state, California is a product of recent tectonic activity. At SanAndreasFault.org you can learn to understand the fault and how to think about major geological events such as landslides, tsunamis and earthquakes.
Tour of Park Geology Plate Tectonics
National Park Service Explore Nature Series
Earthquake Hazards Program
U.S. Geological Survey
The Dynamic Earth
Lesson plan for grades 3-8 on earthquakes and volcanoes
the how and why of earthquakes from BBC
Severe weather and natural disasters - earthquakes
in-depth teaching resources from Scholastic.com
Museum of the City of San Francisco
A time line, newspaper clippings, police and fire reports, and photos to further understand the 1906 San Francisco earthquake