California's Garlock fault line, was jostled into moving for the first time on record

The 185-mile long Garlock fault, which runs east-west from the San Andreas Fault to Death Valley along the north end of the Mojave Desert, is just a few miles from where the Ridgecrest ruptures ended in July. It has slipped 0.8 inches at the surface since July, creating a bulge of land which is visible from space.

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