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Imploding a Building to Learn about the Hayward Fault
August 15, 2013 | USGS

“When 13-story Warren Hall is imploded by demolition experts this weekend on the Hayward campus of California State University, East Bay, U.S. Geological Survey scientists will monitor the pulse of energy on nearly 600 seismometers temporarily placed in a two-mile radius around the building with help from hundreds of citizen-scientist hosts and volunteers.” Quoted from the USGS website.


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