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2019 Ridgecrest Earthquakes

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The Census Bureau produces timely local data critical to emergency planning, preparedness and recovery efforts. To that end, a wide variety of statistics profiling the earthquake-affected areas of California are now available. These include demographic and socio-economic profiles of the population, housing characteristics and a portrait of businesses.

From July 4 to July 5, 2019, a series of earthquakes occurred between Searles Valley and Ridgecrest, California, between the southern boundaries of Sequoia National Park and Death Valley National Park.

The main quake on July 5 cut the power to at least 3,000 residents in Ridgecrest. Effects were felt across much of Southern California, parts of Arizona and Nevada, as far north as the San Francisco Bay Area, and as far south as Baja California, Mexico. An estimated 20 million people experienced the foreshock, and approximately 30 million people experienced the mainshock.

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U.S. Census Bureau data tools for disasters, natural hazards, and weather events.

Nebraska areas affected by flooding

OnTheMap for Emergency Management

Access the U.S. population and workforce statistics, in real time, for areas being affected by floods.

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Census Business Builder (CBB): Regional Analyst Edition

Includes over 150 demographic and economic variables for all potentially impacted counties and cities.

California Areas Potentially Impacted by Earthquakes
Area Report
Kern County Kern County Report
San Bernardino County San Bernardino County Report
Ridgecrest City Ridgecrest City Report

Census Business Builder: Regional Analyst Edition

pdf   How to use RAE   [4.7 MB]
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