1 edition of Landslides from the February 4, 1976, Guatamala earthquake. by Edwin L. Harp [and others] found in the catalog.
Landslides from the February 4, 1976, Guatamala earthquake. by Edwin L. Harp [and others]
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magnitude earthquake UTC at Ma UTC Location: Epicenter at , km from Patzité ( miles). Landslides Significant portions of the greater San Francisco Bay region are comprised of sloping ground, and most of this land is subject to landslides and other types of slope failure. 75, landslides—ranging widely in age, size, and type and degree of activity—have been mapped within the ten county region.
Guate Landslides - Stinson Working Paper _3 February WORKS CITED Climent, A. et al., Spectral strong motion attenuation relationship in Central America. Technical Report No. , NORSAR. Harp, E. et al. Landslides from the February 4, , Guatemala earthquake. Certain areas have more landslides than others. In our flybys, the landslides begin just south from Cape Campbell, becoming more intense south of the Clarence River, with several large (, – , m3) landslides disrupting both State Highway 1 and South Island Main Trunk railway (e.g. Ohau Point and Waipapa Bay areas).
magnitude earthquake UTC at Decem UTC Location: Epicenter at , km from Nueva Concepción ( miles). Landslides triggered by earthquake shaking are a major concern in the Pacific Northwest. Earthquake Point in Chelan County, Washington, near Entiat is named after the ~ M7 earthquake that struck nearby. The shaking split the mountain, forming the cliff to the west and causing a huge rockslide which stopped the flow of the Columbia River.
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Landslides from the February 4,Guatemala earthquake (The Guatemala earthquake of February 4, )Author: Edwin L Harp. Get this from a library. Landslides from the February 4,Guatemala earthquake. [Edwin L Harp; Raymond C Wilson; Gerald F Wieczorek; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- A description of the largest landslides, a discussion of failure mechanisms, a mapping of landslides throughout most of the landslide-affected area, and a mapping of landslide concentration in the.
Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Harp, Edwin L. Landslides from the February 4,Guatemala earthquake (DLC) In the early morning hours of February 4,an earthquake that registered on the Richter scale ripped through Guatemala.
The quake l dead, affected almost five million people, and caused damages in excess of one billion dollars. Over a million people – nearly one-sixth of the nation’s population – were left homeless. Edwin L. Harp's 59 research works with 3, citations and 6, reads, including: Ground Motions at the Outermost Limits of Seismically Triggered Landslides.
The Guatemala earthquake struck on February 4 at local time with a moment magnitude of The shock was centered on the Motagua Fault, about km northeast of Guatemala City at a depth of 5 kilometers ( mi) near the town of Los Amates in the department of Izabal.
Cities throughout the country suffered damage, and most adobe type houses in the outlying areas of Guatemala Areas affected: Guatemala. On 4 Februaryan earthquake of M s = was produced by rupture on the Motagua fault, resulting in ab deaths (Espinosa, ). A slightly larger earthquake occurred on 22 July on the Chixoy–Polochic fault to the north of the Motagua fault, causing damage over an area of ab km 2 across northwest Guatemala and Cited by: Table eleven large landslides tr iggered by the Guatemala, earth quake (Modified from Harp et al) 3 rd INQUA-IGCP International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Pa leoseismology.
Sa Fernandon Californi, a 9 Feb XI f + a Honomu Hawai, i 26 Apr VIII Indu Kohistans Pakista, n 28 Dec 12 VIII Kilauea Hawai, i 29 Nov 5 VIII f Guatemala 4 Feb 5 IX f Khulm Afghanista, n 19 Mar VIII-IX The epicenter was one hundred miles northeast of the city and the earthquake, with a magnitude ofwas powerful enough to k people and destroy most of the homes.
In the early morning hours of February 4,an earthquake of magnitude hit Guatemala City. Earthquake-Induced Landslides. Earthquake shaking can cause landsliding on many scales, as some of these examples show.
An earthquake can cause a slope to become unstable by the inertial loading it imposes or by causing a loss of strength in the slope materials. Landslide near Guatemala City, Guatemala. Earthquake of February 4,Guatemala.
The magnitude earthquake kil, inju, and caused 1, million in property damage. It was felt overkm2 and was accompanied by extensive surface faulting. Deadly landslide after the earthquake in Gurkha, Nepal.
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The Guatemala earthquake struck on February 4 at local time with a moment magnitude of The shock was centered on the Motagua Fault, about km northeast of Guatemala City at a depth of 5 kilometers ( mi) near the town of Los Amates in the department of Izabal. Cities throughout the country suffered damage, and most adobe type houses in the outlying areas of Guatemala.
Displacement at this locality is over 3 feet (93 centimeters) left lateral. One of many landslides blocking the main highway from Guatemala City to El Progreso, after the February 4, earthquake. Surface faulting formed during the Guatemala earthquake on the Motagua fault.
Left lateral slip at this location was three- quarters of a meter. Possible landslides from the Nepal earthquake. The most seriously affected area from the earthquake is mountainous and remote, but there are substantial numbers of people living in the valleys and on the hillsides.
This is a typical landscape:. Further to the north the mountains become higher and the slopes longer. The locations of surface ruptures and the main shock epicenter indicate that the disastrous Guatemala earthquake of 4 February was tectonic in origin and generated mainly by slip on the Motagua fault, which has an arcuate roughly east-west trend across central Guatemala.
Fault breakage was observed for km. Displacement is predominantly horizontal and sinistral with a maximum measured. magnitude earthquake strikes off Guatemala's Pacific coast, shaking buildings as far away as Mexico City Associated Press in Guatemala Wed 7.
Preliminary catalog of aftershocks of the Guatemala earthquake of February 4,from the area between Guatemala City and Lake Atitlan Open-File Report By: R.A.
White and David H. Harlow. GUATEMALA CITY - A magnitude earthquake in western Guatemala near the border with Mexico caused moderate damage to homes, triggered some landslides across highways and injured at least one.The Guatemala earthquake of February 4, ( UT; øN, øW; M8 = ; rno = ), not only is one of the most disastrous earthquakes in recent history but also is unique in various aspects.
According to the preliminary re- ports of the U.S. Geological Survey [Espinosa, ] andFile Size: KB.