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Active Tectonics: Studies in Geophysics Contents Overview and Recommendations 3 1. Active Tectonics Along the Western Continental Margin of the Conterminous United States John C.Crowell 20 2. Epeirogenic and Intraplate Movements Larry D.Brown and Robert E.Reilinger 30 3. Evaluation of Active Faulting and Associated Hazards D.Burton Slemmons and Craig M.Depolo 45 4. Active Faults Related to Folding Robert S.Yeats 63 5. Alluvial River Response to Active Tectonics Stanley A.Schumm 80 6. Coastal Tectonics Kenneth R.Lajoie 95 7. Tectonic Geomorphology of Escarpments and Mountain Fronts Larry Mayer 125 8. Investigation of Active Tectonics: Use of Surficial Earth Processes Edward A.Keller 136 9. Seismological and Paleoseismological Techniques of Research in Active Tectonics Clarence R.Allen 148
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Active Tectonics: Studies in Geophysics 10. Geodetic Measurement of Active-Tectonic Processes Wayne Thatcher 155 11. Near-Field Tectonic Geodesy Arthur G.Sylvester 164 12. Morphologic Dating and Modeling Degradation of Fault Scarps David B.Nash 181 13. Dating Methods Kenneth L.Pierce 195 14. Seismic Hazards: New Trends in Analysis Using Geologic Data David P.Schwartz and Kevin J.Coppersmith 215 15. Volcanoes: Tectonic Setting and Impact on Society Donald W.Peterson 231 16. Volcanic Hazard Assessment for Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste Bruce M.Crowe 247 Index 261