>Radar Structure of Earthquake-Induced, Coastal Landslides in Anchorage, Alaska: Figure 2- USGS WR CMG

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Radar Structure of Earthquake-Induced, Coastal Landslides in Anchorage, Alaska

Figure 2

Geologic cross sections through the Government Hill and Turnagain Heights landslides.

Geologic cross sections through the (A) Government Hill and (B) Turnagain Heights landslides were derived from trench exposures and borings shortly after the 1964 earthquake (Hansen, 1965; Seed and Wilson, 1967). Dashed lines approximate the prequake ground surface. Scales are the same in each diagram with no vertical exaggeration.
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