California earthquake: Will the Big One erupt along the San Andreas fault line?

Express.co.uk | 7/5/2019 | Tom Fish
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The latest US Geological Survey (USGS) quake data estimates that 1906-type earthquakes occur at intervals of about every 200 years.

This is based on the long-term rate of slip on the San Andreas fault and the amount of offset that occurred on the fault in 1906.

USGS - Percent

However, the USGS believes there is only a two percent...
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