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What Would a Large Earthquake Do to Downtown L.A.?
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Title: What Would a Large Earthquake Do to Downtown L.A.?

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USGS scientist Ken Hudnut fills us in on how science created the theoretical magnitude 7.8 earthquake behind the Great Southern California ShakeOut--the largest earthquake preparedness drill in U.S. history, coming Nov. 13--and what such an earthquake would do to downtown Los Angeles.

Location: CA, USA

Date Taken: 11/5/2008

Length: 5:58

Video Producer: Clarice Nassif Ransom , U.S. Geological Survey


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