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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Austin FC beat up on San Jose for 70 straight minutes. However, what looked like a soon-to-be shutout quickly turned into a stalemate.
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Austin FC beat up on San Jose for 70 straight minutes. However, what looked like a soon-to-be shutout quickly turned into a stalemate.
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Small earthquakes are a chilling reminder of looming threats. In the next 30 years, the Bay Area has a 20% chance of seeing a 7.5 magnitude quake.
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Small earthquakes are a chilling reminder of looming threats. In the next 30 years, the Bay Area has a 20% chance of seeing a 7.5 magnitude quake.
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Last week's earthquake was a reminder for all of us about earthquake safety. Here's what you should do the next time you find yourself in an earthquake.
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Last week's earthquake was a reminder for all of us about earthquake safety. Here's what you should do the next time you find yourself in an earthquake.
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The specter of “the big one” has long been on our minds as Californians. But last month's earthquakes made many of us wonder just how catastrophic “the big one” would be if it arrives in our lifetimes.
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The specter of “the big one” has long been on our minds as Californians. But last month's earthquakes made many of us wonder just how catastrophic “the big one” would be if it arrives in our lifetimes.
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With the government shutdown of the U.S. Geological Survey, or USGS, Menlo Park office, the UC Berkeley Seismology Laboratory, or BSL, is now responsible for monitoring Northern California seismic activity.
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With the government shutdown of the U.S. Geological Survey, or USGS, Menlo Park office, the UC Berkeley Seismology Laboratory, or BSL, is now responsible for monitoring Northern California seismic activity.
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Though some Berkeley residents were shaken from their slumber following the earthquake that struck Napa in late August, UC Berkeley astronomy professor Joshua Bloom and his wife Ana were woken by something else five seconds earlier: the sound of Bloom’s self-made earthquake alarm.
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Though some Berkeley residents were shaken from their slumber following the earthquake that struck Napa in late August, UC Berkeley astronomy professor Joshua Bloom and his wife Ana were woken by something else five seconds earlier: the sound of Bloom’s self-made earthquake alarm.
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UC researchers balked at a request by Los Angeles city officials last week for data about the seismic safety of buildings in the city, due to the researchers’ concerns that the data, which is part of an unfinished study, could be misleading.
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UC researchers balked at a request by Los Angeles city officials last week for data about the seismic safety of buildings in the city, due to the researchers’ concerns that the data, which is part of an unfinished study, could be misleading.
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