Ned Field

research geophysicist

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Research geophysicist and one of the authors of the March 2015 U.S. Geological Survey earthquake forecast

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The Northridge earthquake in 1994 killed 57 people, injured thousands and caused an estimated $20 billion in property damage. That was a 6.7 magnitude earthquake.

Dire Earthquake Forecast for California

The Northridge earthquake in 1994 killed 57 people, injured thousands and caused an estimated $20 billion in property damage. That was a 6.7 magnitude earthquake.

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