- by Krista Zala, a science-writing intern at the Stanford News Service.
- A brief history of the role of Berkeley and the University of California's in the 1906 earthquake post-disaster response and subsequent scientific investigation.
- Plan to note change of 1906 epicenter lacking support (San Francisco Chronicle, Apr 11, 2004).
- (San Francisco Chronicle, May 2, 2004).
- By Wes Starratt, PE, Senior Editor.
- Fear not just the earthquake. Fear the aftermath (East Bay Express, Feb 23, 2005).
- With local faults primed for a large quake, a region lives in denial (East Bay Express, Feb 16, 2005).
- Woody LaBounty, who is leading the effort to save the San Francisco earthquake refugee shacks, shares his passion and reasons for saving these structures (The Wave Magazine, Apr 18, 2005).
- Cottages created as temporary housing for 1906 earthquake survivors were moved to the San Francisco Zoo for rehabilitation (San Francisco Chronicle, Mar 11, 2005).
- The City has failed in its efforts to address earthquake preparedness, by John Paxton.
- Homes built after quake to be restored (San Francisco Chronicle, Aug 20, 2004).
- Team that probed '06 S.F. jolt unearthed data still used today (Sacramento Bee, Feb 20, 2006).
- by J. C. Branner; Palo Altan, May 1, 1906.
- Some Bay Area cities may end voluntary upgrades (San Francisco Chronicle, Apr 23, 2005).
Books & Publications
- Set during the great San Francisco earthquake and fire, this novel is based on recently uncovered facts that change our understanding of what really happened.
- A Geology Fieldtrip Guidebook on Public Lands in The San Francisco Bay Area, California
- How San Francisco Nearly Destroyed Itself
- A book by Charles Morris that gives a complete and accurate account of the Great Earthquake.
- Fieldtrips, photos and newspaper articles related to Ferndale, CA
- A collection of images of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake available at no charge for use in earthquake centennial coverage.
- Resources include books, maps, photographs, and oral histories.
- An impressive collection of photographs by J.B. Monaco documenting the San Francisco earthquake and fire.
- Board of Supervisors Official account of earthquake and fire, including all departments.
- General interest, interactive web site from PBS Online NewsHour
- Overview of the M 7.8 earthquake that occurred on the San Andreas fault.