Garlock Fault System

At 250 km, the Garlock Fault System is the second longest (next to the San Andreas) fault in California. It is a left-lateral strike-slip fault.

USGS Information on the Garlock Fault Section A

USGS Information on the Garlock Fault Section B

USGS Information on the Garlock Fault Section C

Information from the Southern California Earthquake Database

The most recent significant surface ruptures along the Garlock Fault occurred in ~1050 near Tehachapi and `1500 A.D. near Johannesburg in the Searles Valley