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GLOBAL SEISMICITY AND WORLD CITIES

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GLOBAL SEISMICITY AND WORLD CITIES

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Product Details

Product Number
19020
Series
OFR-95-249
Scale
NO SCALE
Alternate ID
950249
ISBN
978-0-607-91193-0
Authors
MASSE, ROBERT P. ET AL
Version Date
01/01/1991
Media
Paper
Format
Flat

Additional Details

Description
Global Seismicity and World Cities--Map showing major earthquake epicenters and their relationship to world cities. Use this map to teach and learn about the distribution and frequency of earthquakes, comparing the earthquakes to the distribution of land masses, oceans, and cities/population. What cities are most at risk from earthquakes? How does your own city compare to others in terms of earthquake risk? On this map, over 39,000 earthquakes are shown with more than 8,300 cities. Base map reprinted with permission of Raven Maps and Images. Map size 53" x 34.5".
Survey Date
1991
Print Date
1991
Height In Inches
53.000
Length In Inches
35.000
Two Sided
No
Pieces
1
Languages
English
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