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Strong-motion data from the July 8, 1986 North Palm Springs earthquake and aftershocks

Strong-motion data from the July 8, 1986 North Palm Springs earthquake and aftershocks

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earthquakes -- California -- Palm Springs

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRonald L. Porcella ... [et al.]
    SeriesGeological Survey open-file report -- 87-155, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-155
    ContributionsPorcella, R. L, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14425390M

    The North Palm Springs earthquake in southern California occurred on the San Andreas fault and both aftershock locations as well as local and teleseismic focal mechanisms showed that the San Andreas dips 50° to the northeast in Banning Pass [Jones eta/., ; Pacheco and Nabelek, 19 8 8].   Tectonic setting and station distribution for the September 28 M w Parkfield, California, earthquake. The digital stations (GEOS network, Borcherdt ) are shown as red triangles, whereas the blue triangles represent available analogue stations (CGS network).The fault trace used for the inversions is shown by the thick black line; the grey lines Cited by:

    We studied the source processes of three moderate size earthquakes in California: the M s = event of July 8, , near Palm Springs, the M s = shock of J , offshore of Oceanside, and the M s = event of J , in the Chalfant Valley, on the east side of the Sierra Nevada. The centroidal source parameters are estimated by inversion of long Cited by: The Rapid Raw Strong Motion (RRSM) is an entirely automated system that uses open data from EIDA. It provides earthquake information and strong motion parameters including PGA and PGV within minutes of any event. The Engineering Strong-Motion database (ESM) is a reviewed archive of accelerometric waveforms from events with magnitudes above

      An important set of observations of SM effects were made during the 28 July Landers earthquake (Johnston et al., ). This earthquake had a moment of × 10 27 dyne cm and a magnitude of Two total field proton magnetometers were in operation at distances of and km from the earthquake and have recorded synchronously sampled local . Strong motion is ground motion of sufficient amplitude and duration to be potentially damaging to a building or other structure. This turn-of-the-century wooden residence in Los Gatos sustained major damage when it moved off its foundation during the Octo , M Loma Prieta, California earthquake.


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Strong-motion data from the July 8, 1986 North Palm Springs earthquake and aftershocks Download PDF EPUB FB2

STRONG-MOTION DATA FROM THE JULY 8, NORTH PALM SPRINGS EARTHQUAKE AND AFTERSHOCKS INTRODUCTION A magnitude (M.) earthquake occurred approximately 15 km north of Palm Springs, California on July 8, at G.m.t. This event reportedly caused more than $5 million in damage, injured 29 people, andCited by: 1.

Processed Strong Motion Data from the Palm Springs Earthquake of 8 July Part I 1: Ground-Response Records [California Department of Conservation Division of Mines and Geology Office of Strong Motion Studies Report OSMS ] [Huang, M. J.; Various] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Processed Strong Motion Data from the Palm Springs Earthquake of 8 July Author: M. J.; Various Huang. Get this from a library.

Strong-motion data from the July 8, North Palm Springs earthquake and aftershocks. [R L Porcella; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. An M_L = earthquake occurred at (UTC) on 8 July approximately 12 km northwest of the community of North Palm Springs, California. The epicenter of this earthquake was located between the Mission Creek and Banning strands of the San Andreas fault system at 34°'N, °'W.

In this section of the San Andreas fault system, there is is a high level. Regional fault map (modified from Jennings, ) showing the epicenter of the North Palm Springs July 8, earthquake.

Locations of strong-motion instruments discussed in text are also shown. Power disruption is one of the first reliable signs that an earthquake is large enough or close enough to be really significant.

INTRODUCTION The National Strong-Motion Instrumentation Network (NSMIN) operated by the U.S. Geological Survey pro­ duced accelerograms duringincluding 72 that were recorded during the ML = North Palm Springs earthquake of July 8 and more than aftershock records recovered during the period July 8 through October Author: R.

Porcella, J.C. Switzer. Seismic site effects and the spatial interpolation of earthquake seismograms: Results using aftershocks of the North Palm Springs, California, earthquake the strong motion data is. Earthquakes with Strong Motion Records in CESMD: ‎ChalfantValley, 31 JulML ‎Challis, 31 MarMWW ‎Chatsworth, 09 AugML ‎Palm Springs, 08 JulMw ‎Palomar Observatory, 17 NovML ‎Parkfield, 07 AprMw.

Hartzell, S. Comparison of seismic waveform inversion results for the rupture history of a finite fault: application to the North Palm-Springs, California, earthquake.

Cited by: The North Palm Springs earthquake occurred between the Banning and Mission Creek traces of the San Andreas fault zone.

Based on data from both portable and permanent stations, aftershocks of the event define a nearly planar surface that strikes about N60°–70°W, is about 15 km long, and dips northeast from near the Banning surface.

following the North Palm Springs, California, earthquake of 8 July (9: UTC) and the Borah Peak, Idaho, earthquake of 28 October ( UTC) with their corresponding slip patterns, which have been previously derived from an inversion of digitally recorded strong-motion and teleseismic waveforms.

Aftershocks on the fault plane of the North Palm Springs earthquake. The displacement that occurred during the earthquake is indicated by the contours, showing centimeters of slip, as inferred from analyzing seismic records. The high-slip zones define several asperities.

Note that the aftershocks in general outline these regions. Internet Data Reports. Archives: Internet Data Reports for Earthquakes of Include Lower Magnitude Earthquakes with Data.

Earthquake Name Date/Time (sorted in UTC) Event ID Latitude Longitude Magnitude Region Record Count; Bodie: 05/08/ PDT (UTC. The North Palm Springs earthquake occurred on July 8 at local time with a moment magnitude of and a maximum Mercalli Intensity of VII. The shock occurred in a complex setting along the San Andreas Fault Zone where it bisects San Gorgonio Mountain and San Jacinto Peak at the San Gorgonio Pass and was the first in a series of three earthquakes Epicenter: 34°01′N °46′W /.

In addition to minor surface cracks in the region of the 8 July North Palm Springs earthquake, minor aseismic surficial rupture occurred along three segments of. The North Palm Springs earthquake occurred on July 8 at local time with a moment magnitude of and a maximum Mercalli Intensity of VII (Very strong).The shock occurred in a complex setting along the San Andreas Fault Zone where it bisects San Gorgonio Mountain and San Jacinto Peak at the San Gorgonio Pass and was the first in a series of Magnitude: Mw.

southern California appear to demonstrate that the North Palm Springs earthquake (July 8,ML =/).= 45km) was accompanied by a static principal strain offset at Pinon Flat of P1 = ne, P2 = +76ne, and azimuth (P 1) = N 79° E, with the usual convention of negative compression. These.

The North Palm Springs earthquake occurred on July 8 at local time with a moment magnitude of and a maximum Mercalli Intensity of VII. The shock occurred in a complex setting along the San Andreas Fault Zone where it bisects San Gorgonio Mountain and San Jacinto Peak at the San Gorgonio Pass and was the first in a series of.

Inthe Landers earthquake provided unambiguous evidence that the “reach” of a large earthquake can extend far beyond its immediate aftershock zone (e.g., Hill et al., ; Bodin and Gomberg, ).A similar burst of regional seismicity followed the 16 October,Mw Hector Mine, California earthquake (Gomberg et al., ; Glowacka et al., ; Hough and.

CSIMP strong-motion records from the Palm Springs, california earthquake of 8 JulyII california Dept.

Conserv., Div. Mines and Geol., Report OSMS[2] Porcella, R.L., et al, "Strong motion data from the July 8, North Palm Springs earthquake and aftershocks, 11 U.S.G.S. Open-File report. The Aug Izmit (Turkey) earthquake (Mw=) will be remembered as one of the largest earthquakes of recent times that affected a large urban environment (U.S.

Geological Survey, ). The shaking that caused the widespread damage and destruction was recorded only by a handful of accelerographs in the earthquake area operated by different networks.Hartzell, S.

H. (), Comparison of Seismic Waveform Inversion Techniques for the Rupture History of a Finite Fault: Application to the North Palm Springs, California, Earthquake, J.

Geophys. Res. 94,– Google ScholarCited by: Striking central Romania on August 30 at UTC, the Vrancea earthquake killed more than people, injured overand damaged o homes.

The second largest earthquake in the area since the modernization of earthquake monitoring devices, it was felt north to Poland and south to Italy and Greece.

The death toll makes it the second deadliest earthquake to occur in Magnitude: Mw ⁽ᴺᴵᴇᴘ⁾, Mw (USGS).