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In-situ measurements of seismic velocity at twelve locations in the San Francisco Bay region
|Other titles||In situ measurements of seismic velocity at twelve locations in the San Francisco Bay region, Seismic velocity at 12 locations in the San Francisco Bay region|
|Statement||by James F. Gibbs, Thomas E. Fumal, and Roger D. Borcherdt.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 75-564, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 75-564..|
|Contributions||Fumal, Thomas E., Borcherdt, Roger D., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 87 leaves|
|Number of Pages||87|
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The San Francisco Bay region, California, for large earthquakes on the San Andreas and Hayward faults, U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MFscale11 p.
Geologic map showing locations for 32 of 34 free-field stations, which recorded the Loma Prieta earthquake of 18 October, in the San Francisco Bay region, and generalized geologic units (see.
Progress on seismic zonation in the San Francisco Bay region; Introduction and Summary, Int’l. Conf. Microzonation In-situ measurements of seismic velocities at twelve locations in the San Francisco Bay J.
F., Fumal, T. E., Borcherdt, R. D., and Roth, E. In-situ measurements of seismic velocities in the San. Relative Densities of Marine Mammal Species Within the Four LTMS Study Areas Threatened or Endangered Species Occurring in the Study Areas (modified from KLI ) Total Vessel Transits in the San Francisco Bay Region, DRAFT Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for San Francisco Bay Deep Water Dredged Material Disposal Site Designation December 38°N 37°30'N Transverse Mercator Projection Scale 0 5 10 15 20 °30'W °w xvEPA °30'w U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Region IX, 75 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA THE NATURE OF EARTHQUAKE GROUND MOTION Bruce A. Bolt, Professor Emeritus, of Seismology, University of California, Berkeley, California under southern San Francisco Bay.
Secondly, the seismic S waves, like light waves, are polarized by horizontal and the direction of the source velocity. Instrumental measurements show that such. Northwest of San Francisco, where the offsets were largest, the San Andreas lies along the western edge of the Coast Ranges and is almost aseismic.
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A simple example of seismic traveltime tomography, which serves to illustrate several features typical to most applications, is shown in Fig. this artificial test, a synthetic model in spherical shell coordinates is generated (Fig.
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The complexity of fault patterns and kinematics in and near the San Simeon fault zone record a long and complex history of transform faulting.
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The re-migrated seismic sections provide enhanced images of steep features in the seismic data, such as faults in the prism, which improve structural interpretation of the data set.
2-D and 3-D forward modeling validated the use of the movie technique and provided estimates of the velocity sensitivity for the visual criteria used to determine. The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is an estuarial region in northern California where the Sacramento River and San Joaquin River join and ow into the San Francisco Bay.
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Coincident ground truth was obtained during LANDSAT and U-2 flights and correlated with the remote sensing images to establish a data comparison base line.Seismic hazard analysis includes deterministic or probabilistic seismic hazard analysis (DSHA or PSHA), site response analysis, and liquefaction potential evaluation.
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