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Map of Earthquake Epicenters in North Carolina<br>and Portions of Adjacent States (1698-2006):<BR>NCGS Geologic Hazards Map Series 2<br>---PERMANENTLY OUT OF PRINT---

North Carolina has experienced the effects of earthquakes throughout its history and this map shows earthquakes that have been recorded in and around our state between 1698 and 2006. This colorful map shows a list of damaging earthquakes that have affected North Carolina since the 1800's, a comparison of earthquake scales, a small map showing the seismic zones of the Southeast, as well as other earthquake information. This map is the second in a series of geologic hazard maps. Map size: 36"x42" On glossy paper. By Randy Bechtel, Michael A. Medina, John G. Nickerson, Kenneth B. Taylor, Jeffrey C. Reid, Richard M. Wooten, Kathryn Snider, and Timothy (Tyler) W. Clark. 2007
If you would like a pdf of this poster, please email a request to Michael.Medina@ncdenr.gov


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