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Ten earthquakes strike the coast of Northern California in less than 24 hours

    By David Wojs Posted February 4, 2019 In Incident Management

    920x920Ten earthquakes of preliminary magnitudes between 3.0 and 4.5 struck off the coast of Northern California between Saturday and Sunday, according to news reports by SFGate.

    Do earthquake warning systems like the California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN) truly provide substantial enough warning for residents to take appropriate measures?

    Are episodes like these in Northern California the situational intelligence emergency managers need to proactively engage with residents ahead of much larger events?

    If nothing else these types of smaller events should be used to foster continued earthquake preparedness and general public emergency preparedness discussions.


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