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Geologists have inferred that the San Andreas Fault is an active fault separating the North
American and Pacific tectonic plates. 1. Draw a line along the exact line of the fault as exactly as you can. 2. Based on evidence visible in this photograph, add half-arrows on both sides of the fault
to show the direction that each side is moving relative to the other. 3. Use Google Earth to complete to measure the fault, 35°15‘02.8"N 119°49'37.2"W How
much has the San Andreas Fault offset the present-day channel of Wallace Creek?

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