We didn’t have the highest expectations for San Andreas in the science department, but what we got from Hollywood shattered our expectations with a hefty portion of bad science, a cliché story line, and a dose of sexism that should be considered lethal for the box office in the year 2015.
The Arizona Broadband Seismic Network documented over 50 earthquakes in Arizona from January to July 2013.
On July 7that 1:38 MST, a magnitude (*Mw) 3.5 earthquake shook the towns of Fredonia, Jacobs Lake, and Havasu (Figure 1).
In June 2011, the Arizona Integrated Seismic Network (AISN) detected notable earthquakes in three areas: near Parks, near Tusayan, and just south of Flagstaff adjacent to the Lake Mary fault, AZ. There were two notable events near Parks this June and two similar events in April. The June events were M 2.37 and 2.4 in size.