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Effects of the earthquake of March 27, 1964 on various communities
|Statement||by George Plafker ... [et al.].|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 542-G, The Alaska earthquake, March 27, 1964: effects on communities|
|Contributions||Plafker, George, 1929-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
(A) Effects of the March Alaska earthquake on the hydrology of south-central Alaska / Roger M. Waller--(B) Effects of the March Alaska earthquake on the hydrology of the Anchorage area / Roger M. Waller--(C) Hydrologic effects of the earthquake of Ma , outside Alaska / Robert C. Vorhis, with sections on Hydroseismograms. New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice • A riveting narrative about the biggest earthquake in North American recorded history—the Alaska earthquake that demolished the city of Valdez and swept away the island village of Chenega—and the geologist who hunted for clues to explain how and why it took place. At p.m. on Ma , a magnitude earthquake—the second /5().
Ground shaking is the most familiar effect of earthquakes. It is a result of the passage of seismic waves through the ground, and ranges from quite gentle in small earthquakes to incredibly violent in large earthquakes. In the 27 March Alaskan earthquake, for example, strong ground shaking lasted for as much as 7 minutes! The great San Francisco earthquake and fire destroyed most of the city and left ,00 people homeless. Full size image - k. The Alaska earthquake of Ma , was of greater magnitude than the San Francisco earthquake; it released perhaps twice as much energy and was felt over an area of almost , square miles.
The Alaska earthquake of Ma , was of greater magnitude than the San Francisco earthquake; it released perhaps twice as much energy and was felt over an area of almost , square miles. The ground motion near the epicenter was . Earthquake Information for Communities This page contains links to information of use to local governments and others interested in the seismic safety of their communities. Although earthquakes cannot be prevented, there are many things that can be done to reduce the chances that seismic events will harm local citizens, destroy public or.
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Effects of the Earthquake of Maon Various Communities By George Plafker, Reuben Kachadoorian, Edwin B. Eckel, and Lawrence R. Mayo. Effects of the earthquake of Ma on various communities Author: George Plafker ; Reuben Kachadoorian ; Edwin Butt Eckel ; L R Mayo ; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Professional Paper –E Effects of the Earthquake of Maat Seward, Alaska, by Richard W. Lemke. Professional Paper –F Effects of the Earthquake of Maon the Communities of Kodiak and Nearby Islands, by Reuben Kachadoorian and George Plafker. Effects of the earthquake of Ma on various communities Author: George Plafker ; Edwin Butt Eckel ; Reuben Kachadoorian ; L R Mayo ; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Effects of the earthquake of Maon the communities of Kodiak and nearby islands, Author: Reuben Kachadoorian ; George Plafker ; Geological Survey (U.S.). Plafker G, Kachadoorian R, Eckel E, Mayo L () Effects of the earthquake of Ma on various communities.
US Geological Survey Professional Paper G: 1–50 Google Scholar Post A, Viens RJ () Preliminary bathymetry of Shoup basin and late Holocene changes of Shoup Glacier, by: Effects of the Earthquake of Ma at Whittler, Alaska, U.S.
Geol Survey Prof. Paper B, 21 pp. KACHADOORIAN, R. and G. Plafker, Effects of the Earthquake of Ma at Kodiak and Other Communities on the Kodiak Islands, U.S.
Geol. Survey Prof. Paper F, 41 pp. At p.m. on Ma —Good Friday—the earth trembled just as many Alaskans were sitting down to dinner. The Great M Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami of Ma The Alaskan earthquake, also known as the Great Alaskan earthquake and Good Friday earthquake, occurred at PM AKST on Good Friday, March Across south-central Alaska, ground fissures, collapsing structures, and tsunamis resulting from the earthquake caused about deaths.
Lasting four minutes and thirty-eight seconds, the magnitude megathrust earthquake remains the Areas affected: United States, Canada. On Good Friday, Mathe largest earthquake ever recorded in North America struck Anchorage, Alaska.
It sent tsunami waves rushing at the speed of. Get this from a library. The Alaska earthquake, Ma effects on communities. On Ma at pm local time (March 28 at UTC) a great earthquake of magnitude occurred in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska.
The earthquake rupture started approximately 25 km beneath the surface, with its epicenter about 6 miles (10 km) east of the mouth of College Fiord, 56 miles (90 km) west of Valdez and 75 miles.
On Maa magnitude earthquake struck Alaska, the most powerful earthquake in North America. Arlene Schmuland, head of University of Alaska-Anchorage Special Collections, featured. The largest was the M great Alaska earthquake of March that ruptured ∼ km of the eastern segment of the megathrust. The tsunami generated caused fatalities in Alaska and along the.
Plafker G, Kachadoorian R, Eckel EB, Mayo LR () Effects of the earthqua ke of Ma on various communities. US Geological Survey Professional Paper G. 50 pp. 2 plates. Effects of the Alaska earthquake of Maon shore processes and beach morphology: Chapter J in The Alaska earthquake, Ma regional effects; ; PP; J; The Alaska earthquake, Ma regional effects (Professional Paper ); Stanley, Kirk W.
Plafker G, Kachadoorian R, Eckel EB, Mayo LR () Effects of the earthquake of Ma on various communities. US Geological Survey Professional Paper G.
50 pp. 2 plates Google Scholar Schnellmann M, Anselmetti FS, Giardini D, McKenzie JA and Ward SN () Prehistoric earthquake history revealed by lacustrine slump by: Scenes related to the Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami of Ma On that date at pm local time, an earthquake of magnitude.
Abstract. We use a viscous slide model of Jiang and LeBlond () coupled with nonlinear shallow water equations to study tsunami waves in Resurrection Bay, in south-central Alaska. The town of Seward, located at the head of Resurrection Bay, was hit hard by both tectonic and local landslide-generated tsunami waves during the M w earthquake with an epicenter located about Cited by: A very entertaining read, Fountain covers not just the earthquake that struck Alaska on Mabut also explores the evolution of the theory of plate tectonics and the history of several of the communities (e.g., Anchorage, Valdez, and particularly the small village of Chenega) hardest hit by the devastating quake and/or the resulting /5.
Effects of the Earthquake of Ma at Whittler, Alaska, U.S. Geol Survey Prof. Paper B, 21 pp. KACHADOORIAN, R. and G. Plafker, Effects of the Earthquake of Ma at Kodiak and Other Communities on the Kodiak Islands.
The most recent large earthquake of magnitude or larger was a magnitude earthquake in Japan in (as of March ), and it was the largest Japanese earthquake since records began. Intensity of shaking is measured on the modified Mercalli scale.Effects of Earthquake.
The effects of an earthquake are terrible and devastating. Many building, hospitals, schools, etc are destroyed due to it. A lot of people get killed and injured. Many people lose their money and property.
It affects the mental health and emotional health of people.