The Horseshoe Fault - Evidence for Prehistoric Surface-Rupturing Earthquakes in Central Arizona
Have earthquakes strong enough to rupture the ground surface occurred on faults in central Arizona during the recent geologic past? Could such earthquakes happen in the future? If so, where are they most likely to occur? The Seismotectonics and Geophysics Section of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has, during the last 6 years, been working on answering these questions
Piety, L.A. and Anderson, L.W., 1991, The Horseshoe fault--Evidence for prehistoric surface-rupturing earthquakes in central Arizona: Arizona Geology, v. 21, no. 3, p. 1, 4-8.
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