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Thumper shaking in Lepanto, Arkansas
Project was originally curated in 2009, but additional documentation was uploaded in 2014, specifically the executive summary and the final report.
Complete - 01/30/2014
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|Executive Summary:||Download Document|
|PI(s):||Joan Gomberg, Robert Williams|
|Dates:||May 01, 2006 to Present|
University of Memphis, TN, United States
University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States
|Organization(s):||U.S. Geological Survey|
The overall goal of this project is to provide high-resolution images of the sediment structure in the Mississippi embayment, which will in turn provide key constraints on earthquake hazard assessments in this large, at risk area. Funding is provided... (more)
|Sponsor:||USGS, NERHP, NSF, NEES|
|Group Space:||Project:Seismic Reflection Transect Across the New Madrid Seismic Zone: Imaging Sediment Structure|
|Report on Data Status:||View Report|
Thomas Pratt, Robert Williams, William Stephenson (2012). "Origin of the Blytheville Arch, and long-term displacement on the New Madrid seismic zone, central United States", Geological Society of America ( view )
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|Data Re-use Status:||This Project does not reuse data from other projects.|