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The November 21, 1910 Tonopah Junction earthquake, and the February 18, 1914 and April 24, 1914 Reno earthquakes in Nevada
The November 21, 1910 Tonopah Junction earthquake, and the February 18, 1914 and April 24, 1914 Reno earthquakes in Nevada


 
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Title: The November 21, 1910 Tonopah Junction earthquake, and the February 18, 1914 and April 24, 1914 Reno earthquakes in Nevada

Author: Craig M. dePolo and Terri M. Garside
Year: 2006
Series: Open-File Report 2006-02
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Format: 100 pages
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The 1910 Tonopah Junction and 1914 Reno earthquakes, occurring in the decade following the great 1906 San Francisco earthquake, caused local nonstructural damage. These earthquakes are listed as magnitude 6 in most earthquake catalogs. This study compiled accounts of these earthquakes, developed a picture of the effects, and attempted to constrain their size and location.

Research supported by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Department of the Interior, under USGS award number 04HQGR0114. The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the U.S. Government. This information should be considered preliminary; it has not been edited or checked for completeness or accuracy.

More information on earthquake preparedness
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Nevada Seismological Laboratory

Original Product Code: OF062

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