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Predicting the Position of Fault Strands through Borehole Correlation of the Top of Tertiary Bedrock in the Seattle Fault Zone, Seattle, Washington
Only a few strands of the Seattle Fault Zone have been identified on land in Seattle, Washington due to heavy manipulation of the landscape by repeat glaciations, geomorphic reworking, and the interference of the growing metropolitan community concealing potentially dangerous active faults below the surface. Previous ...
Evaluating River Profile Geometries to Identify Evidence of Active Deformation Associated with the Doty Fault Zone in Southwest Washington
In 1996, 2007, and 2009, flooding of the Chehalis River near the Town of Chehalis in southwest Washington severely impacted infrastructure and property. Damage was such that Interstate 5, the major transportation throughway in this region, was closed for several days. In 2012, the Washington State Geological Survey and United ...