Central California. Screen Resolution—[786 x 512 pixels] Ideal for computer viewing and multimedia projects. Last modified: July 2, 2009, IV. This online version does not include the Acrobat Search index files. Patsy Gasca, Red Cross Disaster Program Manager for Santa Cruz County. Watch her full comments here. I was so proud of what our local volunteers could do – I’d never seen anything like that. It was this constantly escalating disaster, which is unlike many disasters. I knew what we did for (responding to) home fires, but I’d never seen anything this big.”. Nearly 23,400 homes were surveyed for earthquake damage. Former Disaster Director Jim Aldrich, who was deployed to the East Bay arm of the Red Cross recovery effort during the Loma Prieta response. The data for this publication total 606 MB on the CD-ROM and 564 MB for this online version. CLICK HERE to browse the PCD image collection (PCDs at 3072 x 2048 pixels; /photocd folder). Marian Wilson-Sylvestre, former Bay Area Executive Director, on experiencing the earthquake in Oakland. This devastating 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked Northern California on Oct. 17, 1989, with the Bay Area and Central Coast bearing the brunt of the impact. We thank our colleagues: Richard Pike, for his thorough scrutiny of the entire manuscript; Robert Mark, for reviewing the computer section; Edward Helley, who originally reviewed Open-File Report 90-547; Evelyn (Newman) Billo, David Traudt, Sue Mayfield, Sara Boore, George Havach, Peter Stauffer, and Bob Page for facilitating authoring of this report; Todd Fitzgibbon, for a short course in HTML; and Jack Hillhouse, for supporting the project. Watch his full comments here. The images in this file are 1024 x 768 pixels. These are top contenders, Barr OKs DOJ election probes despite little evidence of fraud, Howard University: The place that shaped Kamala Harris, Santa Clara Co. sees sharp uptick in COVID-19 cases, COVID-19: Who gets vaccinated 1st? Help your community prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters as a Red Cross volunteer. The day of the earthquake, she joined other volunteers to help those in need. At the time of this publication, Kodak's policy on the distribution of color-management files is still unresolved, and so none is included in this publication. This devastating 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked Northern California on Oct. 17, 1989, with the Bay Area and Central Coast bearing the brunt of the impact. /content/redcross/en/local/california/northern-california-coastal/about-us/loma-prieta-earthquake, Virtual Family Assistance Center (COVID-19 Condolence Care), American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region, Watch Jean describe her Loma Prieta experience here, Download the FREE Red Cross Emergency App. Thumbnail—[192 x 128 pixels] Contact-sheet-size images for quick previewing of the entire collection. (P.d.t.) The epicenter was approximately 8 miles north-northeast of Santa Cruz and 50 miles from downtown San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It has been 30 years since the. Time: June 12, 1989 / 9:57 am PDT It was the strongest earthquake to hit the area since the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. This publication contains over 100 high-resolution photographs of that event. CLICK HERE for references and links for further reading. This publication consists of the online version of a CD-ROM publication, U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-29. Another $40.3 million was dedicated to Long-Term Disaster Recovery. Earthquake Loma Prieta California 1989 The Loma Prieta earthquake was a major earthquake that struck the San Francisco Bay Area of California on October 17, 1989, at 5:04 p.m. local time. Seismological Laboratory operated a small network of 16-bit digital seismometers. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. The Cypress Structure was pretty sobering. Nearly 643,000 meals were served in shelters or mobile feeding vans. 3. To get the slideshow to advance automatically in your copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader, set File, Preferences, Full Screen, to Advance Every 2 Seconds. https://www.history.com/.../1989-san-francisco-earthquake-video Download the FREE Red Cross Emergency App to have preparedness tips, local shelter information and more at your fingertips. a broadband seismometer and a strong-motion instrument in order to This folder was created in 2008 and contains .tif files as we received requests for them in this large, uncompressed, but common file format. That's when I decided to seriously consider public safety as a profession. The epicenter was approximately 8 miles north-northeast of Santa Cruz and 50 miles from downtown San Francisco. Magnitude: ML4.9 In the hierarchy of file formats, Photo CD (YCC) resides above BMP, EPS, GIF, JPEG, MOV, PCX, PICT, PSD, TIF, TIFF, etc., enabling end users to go from YCC to other formats, but not in the other direction without losing image quality. Some regard this earthquake as an aftershock of the Pasadena earthquake, six months earlier. The epicenter was located approximately 14.5 km (9 mi) northeast of Santa Cruz and 96.6 km (60 mi) south-southeast of San Francisco, near Loma Prieta Peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains. https://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds-29, Date created: December, 1995 CLICK HERE to browse the thumbnails (GIFs at about 192 x 128 pixels; /thumbs folder). Former disaster responder Craig Knudson on witnessing the damage first-hand in San Francisco’s Marin District. Cooperative Institute for Deep Earth Research (CIDER), Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC), One month of seismicity following the Loma Prieta mainshock, Background seismicity for the Loma Prieta region, Monthly and annual seismicity for the Loma Prieta region, 16 km ( 10 miles) ENE ( 61 degrees) of Santa Cruz, CA, 22 km ( 13 miles) WSW ( 244 degrees) of Morgan Hill, CA, 34 km ( 21 miles) S ( 177 degrees) of San Jose, CA, 47 km ( 29 miles) N ( 5 degrees) of Monterey, CA, 71 km ( 44 miles) S ( 188 degrees) of Livermore, CA, 91 km ( 57 miles) SSE ( 158 degrees) of Oakland, CA, 95 km ( 59 miles) SSE ( 150 degrees) of San Francisco, CA, 100 km ( 62 miles) SSE ( 159 degrees) of Berkeley, CA.