2 edition of Evaluation of hypotheses for the cause of the 1886 Charleston earthquake found in the catalog.
Evaluation of hypotheses for the cause of the 1886 Charleston earthquake
White, Robert M.
by Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by R.M. White, L.T. Long.|
|Contributions||Long, L. T., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering., Law Environmental, Inc., Georgia Institute of Technology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Evaluation of hypotheses for the cause of the Charleston earthquake. Washington, DC: Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
A descriptive narrative of the earthquake of Aug Prepared expressly for the City Year Book, Author McKinley, Carlyle, In late AugustCharleston, S.C., was in the grip of a heat wave.
It was so hot during the day that many offices were closed and events were postponed until later in the evening when temperatures had cooled. So, when powerful seismic waves rippled across the city at p.m.
on Tuesday, Aug. 31,people were sent scrambling not just out of homes, theaters and the opera house, but. societal aspects of the Charleston earthquake. 2) To identify what is known about the Charleston earthquake in the context of eastern seismicity. 3) To recommend specific actions concerning future research, earthquake- resistant-design of buildings and critical facilities, and earthquake by: 6.
Abstract. This book presents the papers given at a conference on seismicity and the seismic effects of earthquakes. Topics considered include risk assessment, tectonics, the Charleston earthquake, fault zones, recurrence rates, probability estimates, US NRC studies, magnetotelluric surveys, seismic hazards, computerized simulation, ground motion, stochastic models, fuzzy sets, building.
Book. Full-text available Discovery of a Sand Blow and Associated Fault in the Epicentral Area of the Charleston Earthquake. Speculation on the Causes of Continuing Seismicity Near. A review of recent research on the seismotectonics of the Southeastern seaboard and an evaluation of hypotheses on the source of the Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake.
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Most seismic activity occurs at three types of plate boundaries—divergent, convergent, and transform. As the plates move past each other, they sometimes get caught and pressure builds up.
The Charleston, SC, earthquake of (M = ) is the largest earthquake to occur on the Eastern Seaboard during historic times. No strong motions from the event were recorded and no causative fault was identified. Following the earthquake, accounts of widespread liquefaction and heavy structural damage were documented.
Scientists scrutinized records of several examples of historic natural earthquakes that had occurred during the past years in the central and eastern U.S., including a magnitude event in near Charleston, S.C., and the series of shocks of about magnitude that struck in –12 near New Madrid, Mo.
Earthquakes in eastern North. The Cause of the Charleston Earthquake. —The theories of the causes of earthquakes are almost as various as the phenomena themselves; and it is the general opinion of those who have most carefully studied the subject that no single cause is competent to account for all that occur.
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But his estimates, as Prof. August Schmidt has shown, rest upon physically incorrect premises; according to Schmidt's more correct calculation, the center of the Charleston earthquake of lay at a depth of one hundred and twenty kilometres, where there can be no question of tectonic movements, because general fluidity is reached at one.
The Imperial Valley earthquake occurred at Pacific Daylight Time ( UTC) on 15 October just south of the Mexico–United States affected Imperial Valley in Southern California and Mexicali Valley in northern Baja earthquake had a relatively shallow hypocenter and caused property damage in the United States estimated at US$30 million.
The Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake of occurred along a seismic belt that may be related to _____. A. tectonic stresses transmitted across the North American continent from California B.
an ancient subduction zone beneath the Appalachian Mountains .States east of the Rocky Mountains. These studies were prompted by advice to the USNRC from the U.S. Geological Survey, based on its reconsideration of the likelihood that a major earthquake, such as the Charleston, S.C.
earthquake ofcould occur again in Charleston. He compiled his results in The Book of Bodies and Distances, some of his results included the following: Earth's circumference: 20, miles (32, km) Earth's diameter: miles ( km) Earth radius: miles ( km) Moon's diameter: miles ( km) Sun's diameter: 35,;1,30 miles (56, km) Inhe.