LIVERMORE EARTHQUAKE SHAKING MAPS
from the ABAG website


Roll your mouse over the faults to view the fault names on the map.

Monte Vista Greenville Mount Diablo Green Valley West Napa Maacama Rodgers Creek Nothern Hayward Southern Hayward Northern Calaveras Central Calaveras San Andreas (Santa Cruz Mountains) San Andreas (Peninsula) Northern San Gregorio San Andreas (North Golden Gate) Select a fault by clicking on the map or on one of the buttons below. Scenarios in BLACK involve multiple fault segments.
San Andreas-North Golden Gate
San Andreas -- Peninsula
San Andreas -- Santa Cruz
Entire San Andreas (1906 Quake)
Rodgers Creek
Rodgers Ck + North Hayward
North Hayward
South Hayward
North + South Hayward
Northern Calaveras
Central Calaveras
Maacama
West Napa
Concord/Green Valley
Greenville
Mount Diablo (thrust fault)
Northern San Gregorio
Monte Vista (thrust fault)

The map above is from the ABAG website


Earthquake Hazard Map for Livermore Based on Underlying Geologic Material
Comparative Shaking Amplification (who shakes more)

Earthquake Hazard Map for Livermore Based on Underlying Geologic Material

from the ABAG website


Forecasted shaking if there were a Magnitude 6.8 on the Northern Calaveras Fault

Forecasted shaking if there were a Magnitude 6.8 on the Northern Calaveras Fault

from the ABAG website


Forecasted shaking if there were a Magnitude 6.9 on the Greenville Fault

Forecasted shaking if there were a Magnitude 6.9 on the Greenville Fault

from the ABAG website


If you have a high-speed internet connection (such as a DSL or cable modem) you may want to access these maps using ABAG's NEW interactive (GIS) viewing software. This software allows you to type in an address or zip code, as well as to zoom into the maps.

The following maps are from the above cited interactive ABAG GIS website.
Shaking scenario is based on an earthquake on the Hayward Fault.

Livermore Shaking Scenario for quake on Hayward Fault; from the ABAG GIS website

Livermore Shaking Scenario for quake on Hayward Fault; from the ABAG GIS website