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Loma Prieta, CA, Earthquake of October 17, 1989: Hydrologic Disturbances
Stuart Rojstaczer (ed). Seismic events have long been known to cause changes in the level of oceans, streams, lakes, & the water table. The hydrologic data sets collected from the Loma Prieta earthquake of Oct. 17, 1989 have enough detail to enable hypotheses on the causes for such changes to be tested. These papers document changes in ocean level, stream morphology & flow, water table height, & groundwater flow rates in response to the earthquake. These papers deal strictly with post-event hydrologic changes, which appear to be the result of landslides, the static displacements induced by the earthquake, & changes in the permeability of the near surface. Illustrated.
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