Tom Jordan

University of Southern California

Guest

Director of the Southern California Earthquake Center and Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Southern California

Tom Jordan on KCRW

Friday's  5.1 magnitude earthquake  was centered in northern Orange County and strong enough to cause a landslide, break water mains and damage buildings.

Another Reminder for Earthquake Country

Friday's 5.1 magnitude earthquake was centered in northern Orange County and strong enough to cause a landslide, break water mains and damage buildings.

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