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Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the 1964 Alaska earthquake.
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|Series||The Alaska earthquake, March 27, 1964: regional effects, Geological Survey professional paper 543-G, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 543-G.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 543-G|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 42 p.|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||70604866|
M earthquake (Anchorage, Alaska region) Surface elevation change Maximum uplift (~ m) on land located south of epicenter around Montague Island. Maximum subsidence (~ m) located to west of epicenter, in the Kenai Mountains. George Plafker has written: 'The Geology of Alaska/Book and Plates (Geology of North America)' 'Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake' Asked in Centipedes Do.
Slip on the Suckling Hills splay fault during the Alaska earthquake James B. Chapmana,⁎, Julie Elliottb, Diane I. Doserc, Terry L. Pavlisc a University of Arizona Department of Geosciences, E. 4th St., Tucson, AZ , United States b Purdue University, Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, Stadium Mall Dr., West Lafayette, IN , United States. Read more about the Great Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami by visiting a USGS website with resources and information. See a summary of event details in a USGS fact sheet. Learn about earthquake hazards specifically in Alaska, including earthquake history, recent and notable events, tsunami information, maps, and more. USGS: Start with Science.
Largest Earthquake in Alaska. Regional seismicity of Alaska. The M epicenter is shown as a gold star. The white circles are earthquakes km deep; lighter gray circles are earthquakes km deep; and the darkest circles are earthquakes >km deep. Off the southwest end of Montague Island, there was absolute vertical. ciated with the Alaska earthquake of Ma is estimated to be approximately , krn-. This is the largest area known to be associated with a single earthquake within historic time. The magnitude of the Alaska earthquake was estimated to be from to , whichFile Size: 4MB.
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Two reverse faults on southwestern Montague Island in Prince William Sound were reactivated during the earthquake of Ma New fault scarps, fissures, cracks, and flexures appeared in bedrock and unconsolidated surficial deposits along or near the fault traces. Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake,Geological Survey Professional Paper, P G.
[United State Geological Survey.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake,Geological Survey Professional PaperAuthor: United State Geological Survey. Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: George Plafker; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: George Plafker; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Great Alaska Earthquake resulted from plate convergence: where the Pacific megathrust fault during the earthquake. Plate is being overridden by the North American Plate, it descends, or subducts, into the Earth’s mantle along the Aleutian Trench.
Subduction zones like southern Alaska’s occur throughout theCited by: 3. INVERSION ANALYSIS OF STATIC DISPLACEMENT DATA ASSOCIATED WITH THE ALASKA EARTHQUAKE OF Since its occurrence on Mathe Alaska earthquake has been investigated in various aspects by a large number of seismologists, but there underthrust with a little left-lateral motion, and a subsidiary surface fault on Montague Island Cited by: Wiki User.
the fault that is assicuated with the earthquake in Alaska. is a reverse fault. View southwest along the Hanning Bay fault scarp on southwest Montague Island in Prince William Sound. The Hanning Bay fault was reactivated during the earthquake.
Its trace is marked by 10 to 15 feet high bedrock scarp which trends obliquely across the field of. A reexamination of the (M ) Prince William Sound (PWS), Alaska, earthquake is timely due to the Sumatra earthquake because it adds constraints to the potential range of source. Henry Fountain wrote a book about the Alaska earthquake, and how subsequent investigation led to a better understanding of plate tectonics.
(Erik Hill / Alaska Dispatch News).  Four great earthquakes (, and ) have occurred since seismic monitoring began and only two since the installation of a global seismic network.
A reexamination of the (M ) Prince William Sound (PWS), Alaska, earthquake is timely due to the Sumatra earthquake because it adds constraints to the potential range of source parameters for these types of infrequent Cited by: Bathymetric and seismic reflection data from the Mw Great Alaska earthquake rupture area reveal sea floor scarps along the tsunamigenic Patton Bay/Cape Cleare/Middleton Island fault.
On Maone of the largest earthquakes of the last century, with magnitude M w =, occurred in the south central Alaska, where the Pacific Plate is subducted under the North American Plate. The earthquake ruptured an km-long segment of the subduction zone, with maximum surface displacements of more than 10 focal mechanism indicates that the fault movement was that of Cited by: Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alaska earthquake: Chapter G in The Alaska earthquake, Ma regional effects.
Two reverse faults on southwestern Montague Island in Prince William Sound were reactivated during the earthquake of Ma Montague Island lies in the hanging wall of the Patton Bay megathrust splay fault system, which ruptured during the M earthquake and produced ∼9 m of vertical by: Abstract.
The Prince William Sound earthquake (Ma ; M w = ) caused crustal deformation over an area of approximatelykm 2 in south central Alaska. In this study geodetic and geologic measurements of this surface deformation were inverted for the slip distribution on the rupture by: Alaska, resulting from the JIaearthquake, by Helen L.
Foster and Thor x. Karlstrorn. (G) Surface faults on Montague Island associated with the Alahka earthquake, by George Plaflter. (13) Erosion and deposition on a beach raised by the 19ki4 earthyuake. Jfontagne Island, Alaska, by J.
Kirkby and Anne V. Kirkby. (I File Size: 2MB. The amount of tectonic uplift on Glacier Island in Prince William Sound was shown by the upper limit to which algae of the intertidal zone are on this sea cliff before and after the earthquake.
The top of the band of green (still living) algae is near present post- earthquake) mean high tide. The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma [Cohen, Stan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma /5(7). Alaska Earthquake Ma Uplifted sea floor at Cape Cleare on Montague Island in Prince William Sound in the area of the greatest recorded tectonic uplift on land (33 feet). The very gently slopping flat rocky surface with the white coating which lies between the cliffs and the water is about a quarter of a mile wide.
Two earthquake faults exposed on Montague Island are subsidiary northwest-dipping reverse faults along which the northwest blocks were relatively displaced a maximum of 26 feet, and both blocks were upthrown relative to sea level.ALASKA EARTHQUARE, MA INTRODUCTION On Maan earth- quake shook parts of Alaska and caused great devasbation in inhab- ited areas.
However, maximum up- lift took place, and large bedrock faults were active, on Montague Island, an uninhabited island off the southern coast of Alaska. The southern end of Montzlgue. And that the seismicity is pretty much confined to the upper part of that panel and of the faults breaking to the surface.
And you have a zone, actually, of fairly high seismicity right pretty much where we speculate that there’s an extension of the faulting on that one island – that Montague Island.