Here are a few more great articles highlighting the work some of our geologists have done towards recent earthquake research in the Salt Lake Valley:
Scientists help builders, planners prepare for Utah’s big quake
Utah’s seismic scientists are sounding a warning about impending earthquakes in Utah. They say Utah is not prepared for a major earthquake even though science tells us it is when, not if, one will hit the Wasatch front.
Experts suggest Utah unprepared for possibility of powerful earthquake
Experts say the state of Utah is not prepared for a big earthquake, and seismologists at the Earthquake Research Institute predict if a 7.0-magnitude quake hit the Wasatch Fault Line it would cost the state about $33 billion in economic losses.
Utah not ready for a major earthquake
A new study says Utah is not ready for a major earthquake.