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Evaluation of Subsurface Impacts on Occurrence of Sand Boils from the 2001 Nisqually Earthquake in the SoDo Neighborhood of Seattle, Washington
The 6.8 magnitude Nisqually earthquake occurred on February 28th, 2001 causing liquefaction in multiple areas of Seattle, mostly in the SoDo neighborhood. Following the earthquake, scientists recorded field observations of the liquefaction in Seattle, which was compiled into a database. While the SoDo neighborhood is mapped ...