The great Jan. 2010 earthquake, as seen from Eureka

[slideshow-1] On Saturday afternoon at 4:27 and 39 seconds, 18 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and 23 miles west of Ferndale, a vast slab of the earth's crust known as the Gorda plate slipped vertically against the much larger North…

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