Linda Bourque

University of California Los Angeles

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Professor at the UCLA School of Public Health and Associate Director of both its Center for Public Health and Disasters and the Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center

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We all know that Southern California is earthquake country and occasionally we get rude reminders. But the last big shaker was the Northridge quake back in 1994.

Earthquakes on the Pacific Rim: Are We Next?

We all know that Southern California is earthquake country and occasionally we get rude reminders. But the last big shaker was the Northridge quake back in 1994.

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