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The alert gave scientists at USC a 10-second warning before waves arrived from a 5.3 temblor that hit near the Channel Islands in April. And in 2014, the prototype early-warning system gave San Francisco eight seconds of warning before a 6.0 magnitude earthquake hit Napa. It works on a simple principle: The shaking from an earthquake travels at the speed of sound through rock — which is slower than the speed of today’s communications systems. For example, it would take more than a minute for a magnitude 7.8 earthquake that starts at the Salton Sea and travels up the state’s longest fault, the San Andreas, to shake Los Angeles, 150 miles away. An early-warning system would give L.A. residents crucial seconds, and perhaps even more than a minute, to prepare. It got a significant boost in the federal budget signed into law in March, defying an earlier proposal by President Trump to end federal funding for the program. Early warning for the Napa quake (Los Angeles Times) As part of the $1.3-trillion budget bill approved by Congress and signed by Trump, officials approved $22.9 million for the project. That more than doubles the $10.2 million it got in the previous year’s budget. A seismic early-warning system for the West Coast has been under development for years by the USGS, the nation’s lead earthquake monitoring agency, but the project has remained short of funds.
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