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Shock Waves One Hundred Years after the 1906 Earthquake
GLOBAL SEISMICITY AND WORLD CITIES
EARTHQUAKES IN WASHINGTON AND OREGON, 1872-1993
LARGE EARTHQUAKES OF NORTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, 1970-1996
Earthquakes in and near the northeastern United States, 1638-1998
Geologic Map of the San Francisco Bay Region
Eruptions in the Cascade Range During the Past 4,000 Years
A New Perspective on Mount St.Helens-Dramatic Landform Change and Associated Hazards at the Most Active Volcano in the Cascade Range.
Earthquakes in the Central United States, 1699-2010 Prepared in Cooperation with the Central United States Earthquake Consortium and the Association of CUSEC State Geologists
Two Hundred Years of Magma Transport and Storage at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, 1790 - 2008