USGS OF 2007-1043
Title:Revision of time-independent probabilistic seismic hazard maps for Alaska
Authors:Wesson, R.L., Boyd, O.S., Mueller, C.S., Bufe, C.G., Frankel, A.D., and Petersen, M.D.
Publisher:U.S. Geological Survey
Ordering Info:USGS Publications Warehouse
Quadrangle(s):Wainwright, Beechey Point, Misheguk Mountain, Arctic, Baird Mountains, Chandalar, Selawik, Black River, Norton Bay, Gulkana, Lime Hills, Juneau, Nushagak Bay, Atka, Teshekpuk, Flaxman Island, Survey Pass, Livengood, Unalakleet, Mount McKinley, Talkeetna, McCarthy, Taylor Mountains, Middleton Island, Yakutat, Craig, Prince Rupert, Mount Katmai, Stepovak Bay, Ikpikpuk River, Umiat, Killik River, Chandler Lake, Hughes, Bettles, Kateel River, Charley River, Ruby, Healy, Talkeetna Mountains, Valdez, Lake Clark, Cordova, Bering Glacier, Dillingham, Karluk, Kiska, Lookout Ridge, Howard Pass, Philip Smith Mountains, Beaver, Tanana, Circle, Tanacross, Nunivak Island, Goodnews Bay, Bradfield Canal, Ugashik, Sutwik Island, Kaguyak, Ambler River, Wiseman, Coleen, Fairbanks, Medfra, Mount Hayes, Iditarod, McGrath, Russian Mission, Anchorage, Mount Saint Elias, Seldovia, Icy Bay, Skagway, Mount Fairweather, Sumdum, Chignik, Trinity Islands, Adak, Alaska General, Barrow, Meade River, Shungnak, Melozitna, Nulato, Big Delta, Tyonek, Iliamna, Kodiak, Simeonof Island, Offshore, Harrison Bay, Utukok River, Mount Michelson, Demarcation Point, Christian, Fort Yukon, Candle, Eagle, Ophir, Kenai, Sitka, Port Alexander, Ketchikan, Dixon Entrance, Naknek, Seguam, Gareloi Island, Attu, Barter Island, Sagavanirktok, Table Mountain, Kantishna River, Holy Cross, Nabesna, Sleetmute, Bethel, Seward, Blying Sound, Atlin, Taku River, Petersburg, Afognak, Bristol Bay, False Pass, Rat Islands
Wesson, R.L., Boyd, O.S., Mueller, C.S., Bufe, C.G., Frankel, A.D., and Petersen, M.D., 2007, Revision of time-independent probabilistic seismic hazard maps for Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007-1043, 33 p.
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