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Microearthquake Survey of the Southern San Andreas Fault, California

Brune, James N. and Allen, Clarence R. and Press, Frank (1968) Microearthquake Survey of the Southern San Andreas Fault, California. In: Abstracts for 1966: abstracts of papers submitted for six meetings with which the Society was associated. Special papers (Geological Society of America). No.101. Geological Society of America , New York, NY, p. 292.

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Microearthquakes have been systematically recorded with magnitudes down to -1.5 at 38 locations along the southern San Andreas fault during intervals of 2 days to 1 year. Eight trailer-mounted instruments could be operated at most sites with a peak gain of at least 10 million at 30 cps with 1-mm noise amplitude.

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Series Name:Special papers (Geological Society of America)
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