The 26 February 2016 M=4.0 quake lies in a region of low hazard—about one-eighth of that in the southern San Francisco Bay area, but still much larger than about 85% of the United States, and close to the beautiful Teton fault, which lifted up the Grand Tetons, and formed the meadows and Jenny Lake on its downthrown side.
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