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9)(1.0) Write your own (no plagiarism!) brief description of your choice (see the example below).
10) (0.5) Time spent: how long (in minutes) did you spend on this miniproject part 2? 60Appendix: One example for mini-project part 2.1)Yes2)Aspect of this event that is most interesting to me: b)Forecasts or predictions3)Title:Was earthquake prediction possible at Parkfield, California?4)Your “best” or “preferred” source:A “secondary” or “lesser” source:5)Date or age: 2004/09/286)latitude: 35.8991467)longitude: -120.4317878)One image:9)Brief descriptionof the specific aspect about this event that I find interesting.The Parkfield experiment was a long-term research project to study factors surrounding the remarkably regularearthquakes on the San Andreas Fault, near Parkfield, California. In 1985 researchers predicted “90% probability of anearthquake with Magnitude 5.5 to 6.0 occurring sometime between 1985 and 1993” (from ref. # 2). In 2004, an M6quake did finally occur. Much has been learned from this ongoing research project.Time spent on miniproject part 2 in minutes: 40
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