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  • Title: Maps and descriptions of liquefaction and associated effects: Map showing locations of liquefaction and associated ground-failure effects related to the Loma Prieta earthquake, California of October 17, 1998-- southern part
  • Author(s): Tinsley, J.C., Egan, J.A., Kayen, R.E., Bennett, M.J., Kropp, Alan, and Holzer, T.L.
  • Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey
  • Series and Number: Professional Paper 1551-B [Plate 2]
  • Larger Work: The Loma Prieta, California, earthquake of October 17, 1989 -- liquefaction  [See Larger Work]
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Map Scale: 1:100,000
  • Cross Section: None
  • North Latitude: 37° 10' 0" N (37.1667)
  • South Latitude: 36° 30' 0" N (36.5000)
  • East Longitude: 121° 24' 0" W (-121.4000)
  • West Longitude: 122° 22' 0" W (-122.3667)
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