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great Alaska earthquake of 1964
National Research Council. Committee on the Alaska earthquake.
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“A noble earthquake!” It’s unlikely that anything close to Muir’s exuberance was heard in Alaska on Ma , when the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in . The Alaska Earthquake, also known as the Great Alaska Earthquake and the Good Friday Earthquake, was a megathrust quake that began at P.M. AST on Ma It had a moment magnitude of , making it the second largest earthquake on record.
The Great Alaska Earthquake of (Book): National Research Council (U.S.). A field program to record microaftershocks was undertaken following the great Alaska earthquake of 28 March Three weeks after the main shock more than microaftershocks per day were recorded on a high-gain, high-frequency seismograph operating at a gain of more than 10 6 at 10 by:
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Map of southern Alaska showing the epicenter of the Great Alaska Earthquake (red star). Click to view a larger image. On Ma at pm local time (March 28 at UTC) a great earthquake of magnitude occurred in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska. The Great Alaska Earthquake ofPart 1 Volume of Publication (National Research Council (U.S.))) The Great Alaska Earthquake of Author: National Research Council (U.S.).
Committee on the Alaska Earthquake: Publisher: National Academy of Sciences, Original from: National Academies Press: Digitized: Export. On Mathe most powerful earthquake ever recorded in North America shook Alaska for more than four minutes. Jon Mooallem, a writer at large for The New York Times Magazine, chronicles.
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Great Alaska Earthquake of by George W Housner,Nat. Academy of Sciences, US edition, hardcover. The Great Alaska Earthquake, as it would become known, was the most powerful earthquake ever measured at the time, and remains the second most powerful one to date. Its magnitude would be measured at ; its epicenter was 75 miles east of Anchorage, and shallow: only about fifteen and a half miles underground.