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Axial structures within the Reelfoot Rift delineated with magnetotelluric surveys

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Axial structures within the Reelfoot Rift delineated with magnetotelluric surveys; 1996; PP; 1538-K; Rodriguez, B. D.; Stanley, W. D.; Williams, J. M.

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In the winter of 1811-12, three of the largest historic earthquakes in the United States occurred near New Madrid, Mo. Seismicity continues to the present day throughout a tightly clustered pattern of epicenters centered on the bootheel of Missouri, including parts of northeastern Arkansas, northwestern Tennessee, western Kentucky, and southern Illinois. In 1990, the New Madrid seismic zone/Central United States became the first seismically active region east of the Rocky Mountains to be designated a priority research area within the Natural Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). This Professional Paper is a collection of papers, some published separately, presenting results of the newly intensified research program in this [...]

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