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The 1906 earthquake ruptured the surface along a 270-mile length of the San Andreas Fault, including here on a hillside outside the town of Olema in west Marin, where noted biologist Alice Eastwood examines the “mole track” produced by the tremendous lateral force of the quake.

Photo by G.K. Gilbert, U.S. Geological Survey.

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