Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsEarthquakes West Germany
IN THE NEWS

Earthquakes West Germany

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
March 7, 1988 | LEE DYE
While the United States stands ready to shut down its deepest research well far short of its modest goal, other countries--particularly Japan, West Germany and the Soviet Union--are moving aggressively ahead with deep-drilling programs for scientific research, scientists say. The U.S. well is on Cajon Pass just two miles from the San Andreas Fault, and it was supposed to reach 16,000 feet, where it would probe the innards of the giant fault.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
March 7, 1988 | LEE DYE
While the United States stands ready to shut down its deepest research well far short of its modest goal, other countries--particularly Japan, West Germany and the Soviet Union--are moving aggressively ahead with deep-drilling programs for scientific research, scientists say. The U.S. well is on Cajon Pass just two miles from the San Andreas Fault, and it was supposed to reach 16,000 feet, where it would probe the innards of the giant fault.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|