2 edition of Effects of the earthquake of March 27, 1964 at Anchorage, Alaska found in the catalog.
Effects of the earthquake of March 27, 1964 at Anchorage, Alaska
Wallace R. Hansen
Bibliography: p. 67-68.
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 542-A. Alaska earthquake series, Alaska earthquake series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 68 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
In the late afternoon of Ma Alaska was shaken for five minutes by one of the strongest earthquakes ever to be recorded in modern times, with a magnitude of - Author: David Bressan. " Quake: The Great Alaska Earthquake" is an eleven minute video highlighting the impacts and effects of America's largest recorded earthquake. .
On Good Friday , some Alaskans thought that day had come. At p.m. on Ma , a magnitude earthquake, the most powerful quake ever recorded in North America, struck kilometers beneath Prince William Sound, where the Pacific Plate is subducting beneath the North American Plate along the 3,kilometer-long Aleutian. The Turnagain Heights Landslide, Anchorage, Alaska. During the Alaska earthquake of Ma , a large landslide, involving a strip of coastline about 8,ft long and extending inland about ft, occurred in the Turnagain Heights area of Anchorage. Soil conditions in the slide area are described and an analysis of the mechanics of the landslide development is presented.
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Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, is about 80 miles west-northwest of the epicenter of the March 27 earthquake. Because of its size, Anchorage bore the brunt of property damage from the quake; it sustained greater losses than all the rest of Alaska combined. Damage was caused by direct seismic vibration, by ground cracks, and by landslides.
Effects of the March Alaska earthquake on the hydrology of the Anchorage area, (The Alaska earthquake, Ma effects on the hydrologic regimen) [Waller, Roger M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Effects of the March Alaska earthquake on the hydrology of the Anchorage area, (The Alaska earthquake, March 27Author: Roger M Waller. Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, is about 80 miles west-northwest of the epicenter of the March 27 earthquake.
Because of its size, Anchorage bore the brunt of property damage from the quake; it sustained greater losses than all the rest of Alaska combined.
Damage was caused by direct seismic vibration, by ground cracks, and by landslides. 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. The MaAlaskan Earthquake: Effects on Structures in Anchorage. Walter E.
Kunze. Portland Cement Assn., - Alaska Earthquake, Alaska, - 36 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Effects of the Earthquake Of Ma In the Homer Area, Alaska By ROGER M.
WALLER With a Section on BEACH CHANGES ON HOMER SPIT By KIRK W. STANLEY A description of the damage caused by landmass subsidence, earth$ows, landslides, seiche waves, and submarine landslides resulting from the earthquake in the Homer area, AlaskaFile Size: 9MB.
State of Alaska Alaska / Natural Resources DNR / Geological & Geophysical Surveys DGGS / Publications Pubs / P A P A USGS P A Effects of the earthquake of Maat Anchorage, Alaska. The earthquake of Magreatly affected the hydrology of Alaska and many other parts of the world.
Its far-reaching effects were recorded as water-level fluctuations in gages operated on water wells and streams. It’s unlikely that anything close to Muir’s exuberance was heard in Alaska on Mawhen the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in North America remade the topography of.
Effects of the earthquake of Maat Anchorage, Alaska. [Wallace R Hansen; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- A description and analysis of the damage resulting from seismic vibration, ground cracks, and especially landslides in Alaska's largest city.
The Alaska earthquake, the strongest earthquake ever recorded in North America, struck Alaska’s Prince William Sound, about 74 miles southeast of Anchorage.
The Alaska Earthquake, Ma Effects on Transportation and Utilities: Eklutna Power Project with a Section on Television Examination of Earthquake Damage to Underground Communication and Electrical Systems in Anchorage (United States Geological Survey Professional Paper A).
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 ( km) east of Anchorage.
Effect of the earthquake of Maon the Eklutna Hydroelectric Project, Anchorage, Alaska by Malcolm H. Logan; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Earthquake effects, Earthquakes, Eklutna Project, Hydraulic structures; Places: Alaska.
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. 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. Landslide and slumping effects in the Turnagain Heights area, Anchorage, Alaska, caused by the Maearthquake.
Close-up of Government Hill elementary school, which was destroyed by the Government Hill landslide. Anchorage, Alaska. The waterfront at Seward a few months after the earthquake, looking north. Effects and subsidence caused by the earthquake of Portage, 20 Mile Bridge and Copper River Basin U.S. Geological Survey Photos - USG 37 B&W 8x10 prints - Anchorage, Montague Island, Kodiak, Seward, Valdez and Kenai area damages and geomorphological effects of the earthquake.
The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma [Cohen, Stan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Great Alaska Earthquake Ma /5(7). The Alaskan earthquake, also known as the Great Alaskan earthquake and Good Friday earthquake, occurred at P.M. AST 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. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Berg, Glen V.
Anchorage and the Alaska earthquake, of Ma New York, American Iron and Steel Institute .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 population, but property.Why the Great Alaska Earthquake Matters 50 Years Later The earthquake was a defining moment in a territory that had just achieved statehood. This opinion piece by USGS geologist Peter Haeussler, et al.
briefly recounts the events of Ma and explains the scientific and societal importance of the earthquake.!