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September 24, 7-8 pm, Lecture,
October 21, 1868 ,
Sunday, 11-4 pm Earthquake Fair, Central Park
Public tours at Central Park, including
Fremont Earthquake Exhibit
at Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon (free)
Schedule a Tour for group or school
Trace of Hayward Fault Union City
to South Fremont
Fault is an offset of the San Andreas Fault system that
dominates the landforms of eastern San Francisco Bay.
The relative motion between the North American Plate
(southeast) and the Pacific Plate
(northwest) create stress that releases energy as
earthquakes. This slip slide motion is called a transform fault.
The Hayward Fault is within the San Andreas Fault
Boundary Zone between the North American Plate and the Pacific
Plate. The Hayward
fault is one of only a few dozen faults in the world that “creeps,” or
Evidence of creep can be found from Pt. Pinole in the north to
In the Fremont area the Hayward Fault
dissects the city. It goes through the flat land starting
in Warm Springs and goes back into the hills around the
Niles/Union City area. This allows for urban features such as
offset curbs, compression knoll, depressions, cracks, and more.
Pull apart features also causes elongated water features such as
Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon and the historic Stivers Lagoon.
||MATH SCIENCE NUCLEUS
since 1982 has served the education and public by
offering quality science and math lessons that take our
children learn critical thinking skills. We manage the
Children's Natural History Museum and Tule Ponds at
Tyson Lagoon Wetland Center.
||CITY OF FREMONT
is located in the southeast San Francisco Bay area and
straddling both the East Bay and South Bay regions.
It has a population of close to 1/4 million people and
one of the largest city by land in San Francisco Bay
||U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
is a government agency that Federal
source for science about the Earth, its natural and
living resources, natural hazards, and the environment.
They provide the posters and map for the Faulted Floor
SURVEY was established in 1860, and one of the
oldest geological surveys in the United States, serving
as a primary source of geologic information for
California’s government agencies, businesses, and
4074 Eggers Drive, Fremont, California, U.S.A., 94536