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Urbanization of the Hayward Fault - …

How often does the Hayward Fault cause damaging quakes? Digging a trench across a fault and dating the soils disturbed by prior earthquakes is the best technique for ...
http://https://earthquake.usgs.gov/.../events/1868calif/virtualtour/fault.php

The Hayward Fault: Maps and Tours - UC Berkeley …

The Hayward fault is an extremely interesting feature of the East Bay and you can see its footprints all over the place once you know where and how to look.
http://seismo.berkeley.edu/hayward/hayward_tours.html

About the Hayward Fault of California - ThoughtCo

The Hayward fault may be America's greatest impending earthquake disaster.
http://https://www.thoughtco.com/about-the-hayward-fault-of-california...

USGS Hayward Fault – The Earthquake Bag

WARNING: The USGS hasn't released this scenario to create fear; rather to show realistically what could happen when the next major quake erupts on the Hayward fault.
http://https://earthquakebag.com/.../the-earthquake-blog-1/usgs-hayward-fault

Hayward Fault (@HaywardFault) | Twitter

The latest Tweets from Hayward Fault (@HaywardFault): "OK #DubNation Game 1. Game tied. Earthquake. Warriors win. Game 2. No earthquake. Warriors lose horrendously.
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Tour of the Hayward Fault by Dr. Sue Hirschfeld

Introduction to the Hayward Fault. The Hayward fault extends from San Jose 120 km or about 74 miles northward along the base of the East Bay Hills to San Pablo Bay.
http://geologyfieldtrips.com/hayward.htm

Hayward Fault, History & Earthquake Prediction ...

Records and geologic trenching show that five major quakes struck along the Hayward Fault between 1315 and 1868 - an average of one every 140 years.
http://www.earthquakesafety.com/earthquake-hayward-fault.html

Hayward fault could cause 'greatest natural disaster …

The Hayward Fault extends from San Pablo Bay in the north to Fremont in the south, passing through heavily populated areas including Berkeley, Oakland and Hayward.
http://https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3607268/Forget...