7 edition of Active Tectonics And Seismic Hazards Of Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, And Offshore Areas found in the catalog.
April 30, 2005
by Geological Society of America
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||299|
San Juan Bay (Spanish: Bahía de San Juan) is the inlet adjacent to Old San Juan in northeastern Puerto is about miles ( km) in length, the largest body of water in an estuary of about 97 square miles ( km 2) of channels, inlets and eight interconnected lagoons. The San Juan bay is home to the island's busiest harbor and its history dates back to at least Coordinates: Coordinates: 18°27′″N 66°6′″W . Structure and tectonics of the upper Cenozoic Puerto Rico- Virgin Islands carbonate platform as determined from seismic reflection studies Jean-Paul van Gestel,! Paul Mann, 2 James F. Dolan, 3 and Nancy R. Grindlay 4 Abstract. The Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands Cited by:
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Active Tectonics and Seismic Hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Offshore Areas Author(s) Paul Mann. Paul Mann Neotectonics and subsidence of the northern Puerto Rico–Virgin Islands margin in response to the oblique subduction of high-standing ridges.
Roland C. LaForge, William R. McCann, "A seismic source model for Puerto Rico, Active Tectonics And Seismic Hazards Of Puerto Rico use in probabilistic ground motion hazard analyses", Active Tectonics and Seismic Hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Offshore Areas, Paul Mann.
The faults producing seismic hazards in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are formed in this plate boundary setting and extend across the northern Caribbean to Central America. The fault system is a major source of destructive earthquakes for 54 million people living in Price: $ In book: Active tectonics and seismic hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and offshore areas, Chapter: Introduction, Publisher: Geological Society of America, Editors: P.
Mann, pp Author: Paul Mann. Active tectonics and seismic hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and offshore areas. Responsibility edited by Paul Mann. Imprint Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America, Historical earthquakes of the Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands region () / Diane I.
Doser, Christina M. Rodriguez, and Claudia Flores. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm. Contents: GPS results from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands / Pamela E. Jansma and Glen S. Mattioli --Neotectonics and subsidence of the northern Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands margin in response to the oblique subduction of high-standing ridges / Nancy R.
In book: Active tectonics and seismic hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and offshore areas, Publisher: Geological Society of America, Editors: Paul Mann, pp Cite this publication.
Neotectonics and subsidence of the northern Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands margin in response to oblique subduction of high-standing ridges: in Mann, P., ed., Active Tectonics and seismic hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and offshore areas, Geological.
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands occupy a km-long and km-wide segment of the seismically active North America–Caribbean plate boundary zone. Geologic and seismological information on both onland and offshore plate boundary faults are critical for understanding the earthquake and tsunami hazards that these structures pose to a.
The Puerto Rico Trench: Implications for Plate Tectonics and Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards. Uri ten Brink, Chief Scientist U.S. Geological Survey. The Puerto Rico Trench is the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean, with water depths exceeding 8, meters (figure 1). Its depth is comparable to the deep trenches in the Pacific Ocean.
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are located at an active plate boundary between the North American plate and the northeast corner of the Caribbean plate. The region was subject in historical times to large magnitude earthquakes and devastating tsunamis. A major downward tilt of the sea floor north of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, large submarine rockslides, and an unusually large.
Introduction: We present results of a new probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Puerto Rico and the U. Virgin Islands (PRVI). The study area (Fig. 1) is located along the boundary between the northeastern Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, at the intersection of the Greater and Lesser Antilles Island chains.
These islands demarcate the boundary between the North American and. Evaluate local, regional, national, and global seismic networks and equipment, and their role in a tsunami warning system.
Societal concerns – Prepare warning messages, protocols, and evacuation routes for earthquake, tsunami, and landslide hazards for Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Advocate enforcement of existing building codes. The probabilistic methodology developed by the U.S. Geological Survey is applied to a new seismic hazard assessment for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Modeled seismic sources include gridded historical seismicity, subduction-interface and strike-slip faults with known slip rates, and two broad zones of crustal extension with seismicity rates constrained by GPS geodesy.
USGS-Volcano: United States Geological Survey Volcano Hazards Program, USA. Mission. The Puerto Rico Seismic Network (PRSN) is the regional authority for monitoring earthquakes and tsunamis in the Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. It was set up in by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA).
The Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands (PRVI) are located within the complex plate boundary zone between the North American and Caribbean plates. This region faces multiple natural hazards, such as earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, hurricanes, and flooding.
The islands are part of the Greater Antilles island chain, which is one of the earliest places that employed Global Positioning System Cited by: 9.
Long-term National Seismic Hazard Map. Earthquake hazard map showing peak ground accelerations having a 2 percent probability of being exceeded in 50 years, for a firm rock site. The map is based on the most recent USGS models for the conterminous U.S. Natural Hazards Northeast Northwest - Pacific Islands Southwest Region Alaska Region 1: North Atlantic-Appalachian Region 2: South Atlantic-Gulf (Includes Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands) Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center. The earthquake of Janu - as most of the destructive earthquakes in Haiti in the past - occurred on the segment, or rather on an offset segment, of the EPGFZE which is associated mostly with shallow earthquakes having left-lateral strike slips.
Active Tectonics and Seismic Hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Offshore. Puerto Rico is bounded on the south by the Muertos Trough, on the west by the Mona Canyon, and on the east by the Virgin Islands Basin (Figure 1).
The Muertos Trough is an elongated basin developed where the Earth’s crust to the south of Puerto Rico is thrust under the Muertos fold-and-thrust belt, which lies to the south of the island.
Active tectonics and seismic hazards of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and offshore areas (Geological Society of America Special Paper ).
Washington, DC: Geological Society of America. Google ScholarAuthor: Leila P. Yazdi, Omran Garazhian, Maryam Dezhamkhooy.Puerto Rico: What Everyone Needs to Know provides a succinct, authoritative introduction to the Island's rich history, culture, politics, and economy. The book begins with a historical overview of Puerto Rico during the Spanish colonial period ().Puerto Rico, U.S.
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