California Seismic Effects on San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) will be discussed on Tuesday November 28 2017 in San Clemente.
The Community is encouraged to attend.
San Clemente Mayor Pro Tem Tim Brown is hosting the Event at San Clemente City Hall at 6:00pm.
Tim Brown is San Clemente’s Representative on the SONGS Community Engagement Panel.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Professor of Geology and Geophysics Neal Driscoll will present new research on seismic risks.
Assessing alternative models for recent offshore deformation and seismic hazard – Hypothesized Oceanside Blind thrust vs. segmented strike-slip faults
Characterization of the Newport Inglewood/Rose Canyon Fault segmentation, rupture implications
Near and far-field Tsunami Hazard for the Inner California Borderlands
Surrounding Communities Preparedness
Surrounding Communities Building Codes
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Volunteers
San Clemente City Hall is located at 100 Avenida Presidio.