Relocation Study of Early Arizona Earthquakes: Events of 1906, 1910, and 1912
The purpose of this study was to gather and analyze previously unused data that led to improved locations for the 1906 (Ms 6.2), 1910 (Ms 6.0) and 1912 (Ms 6.2) northern Arizona earthquakes. Both ground shaking intensity patterns and instrumental data were used. The objective is to provide epicenter locations accurate enough to allow planners to decide what ground acceleration levels are most appropriate for northern Arizona.
Bausch, D. and Brumbaugh, D.A., 1997, Relocation study of early Arizona earthquakes: Events of 1906, 1910, and 1912: unpublished report prepared for Arizona Division of Emergency Management, Earthquake Program, 65 p. + Appendices.
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