Time and size of a giant earthquake in Cascadia inferred from Japanese tsunami records of January 1700

@article{Satake1996TimeAS,
  title={Time and size of a giant earthquake in Cascadia inferred from Japanese tsunami records of January 1700},
  author={K. Satake and K. Shimazaki and Yoshinobu Tsuji and Kazue Ueda},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={379},
  pages={246-249}
}
  • K. Satake, K. Shimazaki, +1 author Kazue Ueda
  • Published 1996
  • Geology
  • Nature
  • GEOLOGICAL evidence shows that great earthquakes have occurred in the recent prehistoric past in the Cascadia subduction zone, off the Pacific coast of North America. The most recent event (or series of events) is dated at about 300 years ago1–4, but the precise date and magnitude have not been determined. Geological investigations have not been able to distinguish a single giant earthquake from a series of great earthquakes occurring over a timespan of a decade or two4, although this… CONTINUE READING
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