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Linear zones, seismicity, and the possibility of a major earthquake in the intraplate western Lake Ontario area of eastern North America
Seismic hazard assessments conducted in eastern Canada rely on seismological data, which are essential, but alone, inadequate. That is because the earthquake record is too short to provide aExpand
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The presence, characteristics and earthquake implications of the St. Lawrence fault zone within and near Lake Ontario (Canada-USA)
Abstract Questions persist concerning the earthquake potential of the populous and industrial Lake Ontario (Canada–USA) area. Pertinent to those questions is whether the major fault zone that extendsExpand
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Uplift of the Tug Hill Plateau in northern New York State
The Tug Hill Plateau is a roughly elliptical-shaped area located in northern New York State that rises above the adjacent landscape and is underlain predominantly by Middle to Upper OrdovicianExpand
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Recent Deformation in the Bottom Sediments of Western and Southeastern Lake Ontario and its Association with Major Structures and Seismicity
Geophysical surveys, undertaken in the Toronto-Burlington corridor of western Lake Ontario and in the Rochester Basin of southeastern Lake Ontario, revealed the presence of features affecting theExpand
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