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Earthquake Fault Walk, Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon

Math Science Nucleus

Who would ever think that the pristine lake behind the Fremont BART Station has recorded precise movement of the Hayward Fault for thousands of years. Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon is a successful restoration project owned by Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and managed by the Math Science Nucleus, a non profit organization. The lake is a large sag pond caused by movement along the Hayward Fault.

Lecture will center on where the Hayward Fault is in Fremont and what features you can see around town that helps traces the fault. Information will also be given on future plans of a possible trail that will go from the Fremont BART Station to the Irvington BART Station.

Dr. Joyce Blueford, a local geologist, is an advocate of the Fremont Earthquake Greenbelt in Fremont and is trying to educate the public on the possibilities to help educate the public on earthquakes and their consequences in southern Alameda County.

The Math Science Nucleus is a non-profit organization devoted to provide schools and community throughout the world with access to quality science. Please consult our website, http://msnucleus.org/ for more information.

Fremont Earthquake Exhibit

The earthquake exhibit in Central Park in Fremont is open on Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3pm.

When

Saturday, December 15

Where

Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon Wetland Center (next to the Teen Center)
Central Park
1999 Walnut Avenue
Fremont, CA

Relevance

Lecture will center on where the Hayward Fault is in Fremont and what features you can see around town that helps traces the fault. Information will also be given on future plans of a possible trail that will go from the Fremont BART Station to the Irvington BART Station.

Audience

General Public

Contact

Math Science Nucleus, (510) 790-6284

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