One hundred years ago this week, a huge earthquake rocked San Francisco and gave birth to modern earthquake science. In a live broadcast from San Francisco's Exploratorium, guests discuss the 1906 quake and how the Bay Area will fare when another major seismic event occurs.
Mary Lou Zoback, seismologist; regional coordinator, Northern California Earthquake Hazards Program; U.S. Geological Survey
Rich Eisner, regional administrator, coastal region; Governor's Office of Emergency Services
Charles Kircher, structural engineer, principal; Charles Kircher and Associates
Stephen Tobriner, author of Bracing for Disaster: Earthquake-Resistant Architecture and Engineering in San Francisco, 1838-1933, professor of architectural history at Berkeley