California’s epicenter has shifted dramatically.
And it’s not clear when the next quake will hit.
But the U.S. Geological Survey says that, in a worst-case scenario, an earthquake with a magnitude of 6 or higher could occur anywhere from next week through next summer.
What does an earthquake mean?
An earthquake is the ground shaking and the shaking is in the form of energy waves or vibrations.
These vibrations are caused by the earth’s magnetic field and can travel hundreds of miles in one direction and up to a mile in another.
The quake is called an earthquake because it is shaking the ground.
The quake can have a very wide and complex structure that is more akin to a tsunami.
Earthquakes are also caused by powerful earthquakes, as well as by landslides, the building collapse, and a lot of other things.
The most powerful earthquakes that have ever been recorded occurred in the 1700s, about 500 years ago, in the Bay Area.
They are known as a caldera.
But that doesn’t mean that the area is now a caliper.
The word calderana refers to a small lake that sits between two mountains.
It is the closest thing to a calander in the world.
In California, the lake is called Lake Oroville.
In the summer of 2019, the area of Lake Oro and Lake Tahoe is about 60 miles (100 kilometers) wide, and it has a calter diameter of about 6 miles (11 kilometers).
A calderan is also called a basin because of the sand that fills it.
The area of the lake in California is called the Central Valley.
In the Pacific Northwest, the same area of lake is also known as the Columbia River Delta, which is where the water that forms the Columbia falls.
In other words, the river is in between the two lakes.
In addition to the calderas and lakes, the Pacific Ocean is a big source of water for many people.
It also provides a lot for our bodies, including blood, brain, and lungs.
How much water do we have?
The amount of water in the oceans is not that important.
It’s just a fact that we know it.
What is important is that we have enough water for the life of our bodies.
Water is the primary fuel for life on Earth.
Water has oxygen and carbon dioxide, and is the energy source that powers everything on Earth and all of life on this planet.