A remarkable compilation of information about earthquakes and earthquake-producing fault systems in California has hit the bookstores recently in the form of Bob Yeats' new book, Living with Earthquakes in California. While Yeats might have aimed a bit high for the nonscientific reader, the book is a valuable source of information about the past, present, and future locations and sources of earthquakes across the state. By dealing with the subject from an historical perspective, Yeats is able to weave in a series of illustrative stories and insights from people who experienced earthquakes in California and elsewhere, and who documented their...

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