This is part two of our coverage on the Valley Fault System – more commonly known as Marikina Valley Fault. We’ve previously discussed about about what it is (correcting the myths) and the destruction that it might bring.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recently released the Valley Fault System Atlas. Its contains the result of years of study by the agency which provides detailed information about the VFS through maps of varying scales. I’ve provided a link below where you can download a copy of the VFS Atlas.
Rappler has officially launched Project Agos.
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The Marikina City Government is preparing for the possible effects of incoming super typhoon “YOLANDA” (international name Haiyan).
According to Wikipedia, the Marikina Valley Fault System (also known as Valley Fault System, West valley Fault, east valley fault, Marikina Fault line) is a group of dextral strike-slip fault which extends from San Mateo, Rizal to Taguig City on the south; running through the cities of Makati, Marikina, Parañaque, Pasig and Taguig. Continue reading