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A little-known fault underneath the southern Californian city of Santa Barbara is capable of producing stronger shaking and more damage during an earthquake than previously thought, according to new research. Called the Ventura-Pitas Point Fault, it's now thought to be capable of producing magnitude 8.0 earthquakes, and even tsunamis.

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A little-known fault underneath the southern Californian city of Santa Barbara is capable of producing stronger shaking and more damage during an earthquake than previously thought, according to new research. Called the Ventura-Pitas Point Fault, it's now thought to be capable of producing magnitude 8.0 earthquakes, and even tsunamis.