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DRY TILT AND NEARFIELD GEODETIC INVESTIGATIONS OF CRUSTAL MOVEMENTS, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Other title
INCLINAISON ET ETUDES GEODESIQUES PROCHES DES MOUVEMENTS CRUSTAUX, CALIFORNIE DU SUD (fr)
Author
SYLVESTER ARTHUR G
UNIV. CALIF., MAR. SCI. INST./SANTA BARBARA, CA/USA
Source
OPEN-FILE REP. (U. S. GEOL. SURV. 1978); ISSN 0196-1497; USA; DA. 1981; NO 81-0293; 95; BIBL. 31 REF.; 3 TAB. ; ILL.
Document type
Serial Issue
Coordinates
N=340000; N=344500; W=1170000; W=1200000
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
CALIFORNIE CALIFORNIE SUD COMTE LOS ANGELES FAILLE SAN ANDREAS FAILLE ACTIVE NEOTECTONIQUE GEODESIE NIVELLEMENT INCLINAISON SEISME PREVISION PHENOMENE PRECURSEUR USGS COORDONNEES : N=340000; N=344500; W=1170000; W=1200000 GEOPHYSIQUE INTERNE GEOLOGIE SCIENCES DE LA TERRE ETATS UNIS AMERIQUE DU NORD
Keyword (en)
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES COUNTY SAN ANDREAS FAULT ACTIVE FAULTS NEOTECTONICS GEODESY LEVELING TILT EARTHQUAKES PREDICTION PRECURSORS USGS COORDINATES : N=340000; N=344500; W=1170000; W=1200000 INTERNAL GEOPHYSICS GEOLOGY EARTH SCIENCES UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA
Keyword (es)
GEOFISICA INTERNA GEOLOGIA CIENCIAS DE LA TIERRA
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001E Earth, ocean, space / 001E01 Earth sciences / 001E01L Tectonics. Structural geology. Plate tectonics

Discipline
Earth sciences
Origin
Inist-CNRS ; BRGM
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
PASCALGEODEBRGM8320072553

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