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Earthquake potential and ground motions for the Pillar Mountain landslide, Kodiak, Alaska
George William Moore
|Other titles||Pillar Mountain landslide, Kodiak, Alaska.|
|Statement||by George W. Moore, Robert A. Page, and John C. Lahr.|
|Series||Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey -- 80-1129., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-1129.|
|Contributions||Page, Robert A., Lahr, John C.|
|The Physical Object|
The Alaska earthquake of was very powerful--a out of 10 on the Richter magnitude scale. After the big quake, there were several aftershocks, and the tsunami that came after the. " Quake: The Great Alaska Earthquake" is an eleven minute video highlighting the impacts and effects of America's largest recorded earthquake. It is an expanded version of the four minute video "Magnitude ". Both were created as part of USGS activities acknowledging the fifty year anniversary of the quake on Ma Geophysical Advances Triggered by Great Alaska Earthquake PAGES – A little more than 50 years ago, on 27 March , the Great Alaska earth-quake and tsunami struck. At moment mag-nitude , this earthquake is notable as the largest in U.S. written history and as the second- largest ever recorded by instruments worldwide.
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Earthquake potential and ground motions for the Pillar Mountain landslide, Kodiak, Alaska Open-File Report By: George W. Moore, Robert A. Page, and John C. Lahr. Get this from a library. Earthquake potential and ground motions for the Pillar Mountain landslide, Kodiak, Alaska.
[George William Moore; Robert A Page; John C Lahr]. Earthquake potential and ground motions for the Pillar Mountain landslide Island, Alaska has had: (M or greater) 1 earthquake in the past 24 hours 7 earthquakes in the past 7 days; 53 earthquakes in the past 30 days. In this March photo released by the U.S.
Geological Survey, tsunami damage is shown along the waterfront in Kodiak, Alaska. North America's largest earthquake rattled Alaska 50 years ago.
RI Koehler, R.D.,Assessment of potentially active faults in the northwestern Livengood Quadrangle, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PILLAR MOUNTAIN LANDSLIDE, KODIAK, ALASKA by Reuben Kachadoorian and Willard H, Slater REPORT U.S, Geological Survey Middlefield Road Menlo Park, California This report is preliminary and has not been edited or reviewed for conformity with Geological SurveyAuthor: Reuben Kachadoorian, Willard H.
Slater. At am on Janu a magnitude earthquake struck in the Gulf of Alaska about miles southeast of Kodiak Island (see figure 1). It was the second time in three years that an early morning January earthquake woke Alaskans across the state. Inthe magnitude Iniskin earthquake had brought Southcentral’s most violent shaking in recent memory.
UTC magnitude, 31 km depth Kodiak Station, Alaska, United States magnitude earthquake UTC at Febru UTC. 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 time: AKST.
When a large earthquake occurs, geophysicists have many tools at their disposal to determine the properties of the fault (or faults) that ruptured during the earthquake. The fields of seismology, which is the study of ground motions, and geodesy, the study of ground positions, are two of the main ways that geophysics researchers investigate earthquakes.
The book, by longtime New York Times science writer Henry Fountain, describes the experiences of those who witnessed the quake and its significance to Alaska earthquake settled what. At am Alaska time on Janua magnitude earthquake shook Alaska residents out of their beds and set off fears of a tsunami all down the West Coast.
Fortunately, the tsunami was only a few inches in height, but within an hour of the earthquake in Alaska, waves of a different sort were hitting far away in Florida. An extraordinarily large landslide has been discovered near Glacier Bay in southeast Alaska.
Aerial photos show a snow-capped mountain with a huge chunk taken out of it—and a debris field that. USGS published the results of investigations of the Alaska earthquake of Ma in a series of six Professional Papers. Professional Paper is an Kodiak to the story of a great earthquake—its geologic setting and effects, the field investigations, and the public and private reconstruction efforts.; Professional Paper describes the effects of the earthquake on Alaskan.
This great earthquake was felt over a large area of Alaska and in parts of western Yukon Territory and British Columbia, Canada. Abridged from Seismicity of the United States, (Revised), by Carl W.
Stover and Jerry L. Coffman, U.S. Geological Survey Professional PaperUnited States Government Printing Office, Washington: On Maa megathrust earthquake struck Alaska, about 15 miles below Prince William Sound, halfway between Anchorage and Valdez.
The quake had. Maps Showing Seismic Landslide Hazards in Anchorage, Alaska Previous Studies The destructive landslides triggered by the earth-quake were the subject of numerous articles and reports.
Hansen () provided perhaps the most succinct overview and description of triggered landslides in the Anchorage area;File Size: KB. The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma [Cohen, Stan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma /5(7). The strong earthquake hit at a.m. and was recorded about miles southeast of Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska. Kodiak Island is located about miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska's. The Alaskan earthquake, also known as the Great Alaskan earthquake and Good Friday earthquake, occurred at PM AST on Good Friday, March Across south-central Alaska, ground fissures, collapsing structures, and tsunamis resulting from the earthquake caused about deaths.
Alaska earthquake ofearthquake that occurred in south-central Alaska on Mawith a moment magnitude of It released at least twice as much energy as the San Francisco earthquake of and was felt on land over an area of almostsquare miles (1, square km).
The death toll was only because of the low density of the state’s. ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Electric clocks on walls in Anchorage shut down at p.m. on Ma Time stopped at the start of the '64 Great Alaska Earthquake, the.
The final chapter is a harrowing first-hand account of the earthquake in Anchorage, in which she and the children barely escaped with their lives and their house was swallowed up by the earth.
The text is well-written, and provides a good balance of historical information, description of the scenery and culture, and interesting anecdotes.4/5(5). Apr 3, - Explore kmb52's board "Alaska Earthquake 3/27/ Lived in Kodiak then", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Alaska, alaska earthquake and Natural disasters pins.
Why the Great Alaska Earthquake Matters 50 Years Later Spring was returning to Alaska on Friday 27 March A two-week cold snap had just ended, and people were gett-ing ready for the Easter weekend.
At p.m., an earthquake initiated 12 km beneath Prince William Sound, near the eastern end of what is now recognized as the Alaska File Size: KB. If ground motions are not recorded during the earthquake, such anal yses are often made by using ground motions recorded during other earthquakes.
In the case of the Alaska earthquake (M=), however, the ground motion had certain special characteristics, such as duration of shaking, that differed from those of ground motions recorded inFile Size: 1MB.
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. AN EARTHQUAKE with a magnitude of struck near the coast of Alaska with officials initially issuing a tsunami warning. The National Tsunami Centre has since cancelled the tsunami warning.
The Alaska Earthquake, also known as the Great Alaska Earthquake and the Good Friday Earthquake, was a megathrust quake that began at P.M. AST on Ma It had a moment magnitude ofmaking it the second largest earthquake on record.
The M Denali fault, Alaska, earthquake triggered thousands of landslides, primarily rock falls and rock slides, that ranged in volume from rock falls of a few cubic meters to rock avalanches having volumes as great as 15?. The pattern of landsliding was unusual; the number of slides was less than expected for an earthquake of this magnitude, and the landslides were.
A light earthquake with magnitude (ml/mb) was reported km SE of Kodiak, Alaska ( miles) on Sunday. The epicenter of the earthquake was roughly 10 km (6 miles) below the earth’s surface.
A tsunami warning has not been issued (Does not indicate if a tsunami actually did or will exist). “ Quake: The Great Alaska Earthquake” is an eleven minute video highlighting the impacts and effects of America’s largest recorded earthquake.
It is an expanded version of the four minute video “Magnitude ”. Both were created as part of USGS activities acknowledging the fifty year anniversary of the quake on Ma 3 unaccounted for in Alaska landslide.
CNN. Updated AM ET, Wed Aug "We are not able to do anything on the ground as. Liquefaction-induced ground failures were observed throughout east-central Alaska, to distances well beyond the narrow km limit of landslides straddling the rupture zone.
The earthquake produced strong ground motions and caused more land surface deformation than any previously recorded earthquake. The earthquake was accompanied by massive local tsunamis and a trans-oceanic tsunami that swept across the Pacific.
At several places in Port Valdez, Alaska, tsunami run-up was more than feet. To test this, we selected three lakes in south-central Alaska that experienced a strong historical megathrust earthquake (the Mw Great Alaska Earthquake) and exhibit high sedimentation.
The Great Alaska Earthquake occurred on Good Friday, March 27th. Liquefaction in and around Anchorage tore the land apart. At magnitudeit was the. A massive landslide appears to have pummeled a remote region of southeast Alaska on Sunday (Feb. 16). If confirmed, it may be the largest natural landslide to have fallen anywhere sincea Author: Laura Poppick.
Isoseisrnal map for the Mammoth Lakes area, California, earthquake of 3 July 34 Isoseismal map for the central California earthquake of 22 July 36 Isoseismal map for the Island of Hawaii earthquake of 16 November 49 Photo~ra~h of ground failure on Crater Rim Drive around Kilauea crater 50 File Size: 1MB.
Anchorage, Alaska Quake The Great Alaska Earthquake that struck the Anchorage area on Good Friday, Ma at PM registered on the Richter Scale, although scientists now favor a different magnitude scale for very large quakes that shows this quake as. Praet, Nore, Jasper Moernaut, Maarten Van Daele, Evelien Boes, Peter J Haeussler, Michael Strupler, Sabine Schmidt, Michael G Loso, and Marc De Batist.
“Paleoseismic Potential of Sublacustrine Landslide Records in a High-seismicity Setting (south-central Alaska).” Marine Geology –Cited by: A minor earthquake with magnitude (ml/mb) was detected on Friday, km SE of Kodiak, Alaska ( miles) The temblor was picked up at / pm (local time epicenter) at a depth of km (31 miles).
Did you hear creaking or other noises?Alaska earthquake hits some 67 miles west of Aleutian Islands, rattling homes and residents. But so far, there are no reports of injuries or damage from the Alaska earthquake.