The Ajo Mining District, Pima County, Arizona--evidence for Middle Cenozoic detachment faulting, plutonism, volcanism, and hydrothermal alteration / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
At head of title on HTML title screen: Western Mineral Resources.
Site: Main Catalog Original Format: Book Date: 2006
Nihon no dansō mappu / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
Includes bibliographical references (p. 18-20) and index.
Site: Main Catalog Original Format: Book Date: 2010
Active faults of the world / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
"Providing the first worldwide survey of active earthquake faults, this book focuses on those described as 'seismic time bombs' - with the potential to destroy large cities in the developing world such ...
Contributor: Yeats, Robert S. Site: Main Catalog Original Format: Book Date: 2012
Earthquakes and faults in the San Francisco Bay Area (1970-2003) / by Benjamin M. Sleeter ... [et al.].
Relief shown by shading. Depths shown by shading and gradient tints. "Landsat satellite image compiled by Benjamin M. Sleeter, U.S. Geological Survey, Mento Park. Bathymetry data compiled from a digital version of ...
Contributor: Sleeter, Benjamin M. Site: American Memory-cultural - Main Catalog Original Format: Map Date: 2004 View catalog record
A paleoseismic study along the central Denali fault, Chistochina Glacier area, south-central Alaska / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
Site: Main Catalog Original Format: Book Date: 2011
American Environmental Photographs
Site: American Memory-cultural Original Format: Photo, Print, Drawing
Relief shown by shading. Shows level of earthquake hazard. Includes text, inset of "Three-quarters of our nation's earthquake losses will be in California," and important messages. Bibliography. Available also through the Library ...
Contributor: California. Seismic Safety Commission Site: American Memory-cultural - Main Catalog Original Format: Map Date: 2002 View catalog record
Three-dimensional geologic model of complex fault structures in the upper Seco Creek area, Medina and Uvalde Counties, south-central Texas Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
System requirements: Software may be run from the DVD-ROM; best performance is obtained by running software from local system.
Contributor: Pantea, Michael P. Site: Main Catalog Original Format: Map Date: 2008