Ventura exhibit studies earthquake history



For centuries, earthquakes have been one of the most mysterious and feared of all natural phenomena. Beginning Sept. 14 and continuing through Nov. 25, the Ventura County Museum of History & Art will examine the history of earthquakes from the 14th century to modern times.
"We are pleased to be able to exhibit more than 50 rare engravings and woodcuts from the collection of Dr. Jan Kozak, a geophysicist with the Czech Academy of Science in Prague, Czech Republic," said Ti...

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