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Is California Ready for the Big One?

More moving and shaking, but why?

California not ready for big earthquake, UCLA study says

Shift Underway From “Government-Centric” Approach to Emergency Management

Neighborhood Councils a Key Component in Emergency Preparedness

The Big One is inevitable. Catastrophe is not.

GAO: More Comprehensive Strategy Needed for FEMA’s Community Preparedness Programs

Earthquake faults in the South Bay

Chile earthquake: How California would fare

Enhancing Emergency Management Capabilities in California

Study Reveals Californians Need to Increase Earthquake Preparedness Efforts

MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

Puente Hills fault system could set off a devastating quake

The California Earthquake Preparedness Survey
Recommendations to Guide Future State Preparedness Efforts

TSUNAMI INUNDATION MAP FOR EMERGENCY PLANNING

Shake Out — Largest earthquake drill in US history

Shake Out Results

The Really Big One

100 Things That Will Disappear First

Big Gaps in Quake Help Revealed

Drill Found Holes in Emergency Preparedness

LA Airport Gets Low Marks

`Moderate’ Los Angeles Quake Highlights Need for Preparation

L.A. Not Ready for DisasterMajor Quake Could Be Worse Than Katrina

Earthquake faults in the South Bay

Small Business Disaster Tool Kit

Protect Yourself During An Earthquake…Drop, Cover, and Hold On

Preparing for Disaster
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House Passes $7.4 Billion Port Security Bill
Governor Approves Karnette Port Security Measure
Recent Press Release from Barbara Boxer, US Senator from California
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