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The occurrence of the 1982 Miramichi earthquake sequence in central New Brunswick brought into focus the need to improve our knowledge of historical seismicity in the Northeastern Appalachians. By… Continue Reading
A study of the historical seismicity of New Brunswick has been made by scanning weekly local newspapers from the early 1800's to 1961 for references to possible earthquakes. Lateral searches of other… Continue Reading
Earthquakes are common in Atlantic Canada, but instrumentally determined magnitudes have rarely exceeded 5 on the Richter scale. One exception is the Grand Banks earthquake of 1929 which had a… Continue Reading
Abstract The shallow depth of most Quaternary deposits, the wide range in their seismic velocity and the small size of lithological units are major factors controlling the use of seismic exploration… Continue Reading
The results of over 200 density and 400 (at 37 sites) in-situ magnetic susceptibility measurements from southeastern New Brunswick are presented. Intrusive rocks were found to be homogeneous in… Continue Reading
The Caraquet Dike has been mapped by ground magnetic traverses for a distance of 60 miles (97 km) between Caraquet and Wayerton, New Brunswick. A related lineament has also been recognized on… Continue Reading