DGGS MP 162
Title:Field trip guide: The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake and its predecessors in the Anchorage and Turnagain Arm areas
Authors:Combellick, R.A., and Reger, R.D.
Publication Date:Mar 2017
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
Comments:This field trip guide provides an overview of landmark features associated with the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake. It was compiled for the June 2016, Association of American State Geologists, 108th Annual Meeting in Girdwood, Alaska.
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Keyword(s):Anchorage; Bedrock; Biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Channel; Clay; Coastal; Coastal and River; Coastal and River Hazards; Cordova; Correlation; Diatoms; Drilling; Earthquake; Earthquake Related Hazards; Earthquake Related Slope Failure; Engineering; Engineering Geology; Erosion; Faults; Fracture; Fracturing; Geologic; Geology; Geotechnical; Girdwood; Gravel; Groundwater Related Hazards; Hazards; Holocene; Inundation; Kenai; Knik; Kodiak; Landslide; Liquefaction; Marine Geology; Neotectonics; Non-Metals; Outwash; Paleontology; Paleoseismology; Peat; Pleistocene; Portage; Railroad; Resources; Sand; Sediment; Sedimentary; Sedimentation; Seward; Shear; Silt; Slides; Slope Instability Hazards; Soils; Southcentral Alaska; Strain; Structure; Structure Contours; Subduction; Subsidence; Surface; Surficial; Susitna; Tectonics; Thrust; Tides; Tsunami; Uplift; Valdez; Vegetation; Volcano Hazards; Water; Whittier; Yakutat;
Combellick, R.A., and Reger, R.D., 2017, Field trip guide: The 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake and its predecessors in the Anchorage and Turnagain Arm areas: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Miscellaneous Publication 162, 28 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/29714
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