We identified three of these buried layers (composed of) vegetation or sediment that used to be at the surface. These buried, organic-rich layers are evidence of three earthquakes on the Newport-Inglewood in the past 2,000 years.

Robert Leeper, Ph.D. candidate in geophysics, on new evidence for prehistoric earthquakes along the Newport-Inglewood fault that could drop the level of certain areas of the Orange County coast by as much as 3 feet


I wouldn't say we have achieved our mission or that we're done with all the work we need to do, but I think we as an institution can be proud of all we've achieved

Paul Lyons, M.D., the senior associate dean of medical education at the UCR School of Medicine, on the attempt to alleviate doctor shortages in the Inland Empire


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