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It Comes in Waves

Tsunamis pose a real threat to the California coast, even if the triggering earthquakes occur elsewhere. CSU researchers are helping ensure coastal cities are ready.

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Built To Survive

When the earth shakes, there’s a chance the walls will come tumbling down. CSU engineering faculty are working to make sure California's structures can withstand the quaking​​​​​​.

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The Seismic Zone

As California braces itself, CSU faculty and students are in the fray helping the state prepare for earthquakes large and small.

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The Faults in our Earth

CSU geology experts study the active land California inhabits to better understand earthquakes and predict the location and intensity of future temblors.

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Rigs to Reefs

Oil platforms along the coast of California are being taken offline. Research conducted by CSU faculty and students brings to light the value of these artificial reefs.

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Poisoned by Plastic

Billions of pounds of waste end up in the planet’s oceans every year, threatening both sea life and humans. See how the CSU is helping.

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Bye-Bye, Beaches

Sea level rise will literally change the face of California, inundating our favorite beaches and devastating coastal communities. The CSU is working to mitigate the damages.

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