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The Great M7.9 Denali Fault, Alaska, Earthquake of November 3, 2002: Geotechnical Engineering Reconnaissance

Robert Kayen, U S Geological Survey (rkayen@usgs.gov)
Nicholas Sitar, University of California at Berkeley (nsitar@cw.berkeley.edu)
Gary Carver, Humbodlt State U. & Carver Geologic, Inc., Kodiak, AK 99615, (wooak@ptialaska.net)
Brian Collins, University of California at Berkeley (bcollins@ce.berkeley.edu)
Robb Moss, University of California at Berkeley & Fugro West, Inc. (robbmoss@ce.berkeley.edu)
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Compression ridge.
Compression Ridge: Polygons spreading from high points collided in compression zones. Collision of 2 lateral spreads - 3.3 to 4.3 meters of compression.


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