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Characteristics of the 1992 Fault Rupture Adjacent to Distressed

Characteristics of the 1992 Fault Rupture Adjacent to Distressed Structures: Landers, California. Diana Murbach. The study documents the surface and subsurface fault rupture geometry in the Landers earthquake areas and the effects of ground movements resulting from the rupture on the structures immediately adjacent to the fault. Illustrated, includes detailed trench logs, and fold-out plates. Publication and distribution supported by FEMA. December 1994, 73 pp.

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