PHILVOLCS: West Valley fault line is expected to move .

The West Valley Fault line, which runs from Sierra Madre Range up to Tagaytay,  is being monitored now by PHILVOLCS. According to Phivolcs Deputy Director Bartolome Bautista, this fault line moves every 200 to 400 years. At present, it has been 200 years since it last moved. According to Director Bautista, this fault line is already “ripe for movement”, only, no one can accurately predict the exact date when it will happen.

The West Valley Fault Line

West-Valley-Fault

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Erickson Go says:

    ang labo ho ng ng mapa nyo. pls be precise sa mga maaring tamaan. marami po talagang mpapahamak sa hindi kumpletong pahayag.

    1. IamDuzon says:

      Thanks for the comment. Such article was posted in 2013. As a response to your request, we posted an article today. It provides information than will help you know more about such topic. Links that will help you identify the areas near the fault line were also included. Hope the information will be more helpful. Thanks! Here’s the link: http://iamduzon.com/2015/05/16/simply-interesting-is-your-house-near-the-west-valley-fault-line/

  2. NANETTE L. RAMOS says:

    PWEDE PO BANG MAGKAROON NG MALINAW NA MAP. YUNG LATEST PO. (2017 PO NA MAP). THANK YOU PO

    1. IamDuzon says:

      Hello, Miss Nanette we tried our best looking for an updated image of the West Valley Fault Line. We already replaced the image with the best one we could find. Kindly right click the image and choose open image in a new tab to a better view. Thank you! 🙂

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