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The Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of 18 October 1984

The Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of 18 October 1984

a report on its aftershocks and seismotectonic setting

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earthquakes -- Wyoming,
  • Plate tectonics -- Wyoming,
  • Laramie Mountains (Wyo. and Colo.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C.J. Langer ... [et al.]
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 91-258, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 91-258
    ContributionsLanger, C. J, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiii, 41 leaves
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14438567M

      UTC magnitude, 33 km depth Glenrock, Wyoming, United States magnitude earthquake UTC at Octo UTC. The Laramie Peak shear system is located in the Laramie Mountains approximately 50 km north of the inferred trace of the Cheyenne belt, i.e. the suture zone along which the Proterozoic Colorado province and Archean Wyoming pro-vince are juxtaposed (Duebendorfer & Houston ). Cited by: 7.

    That non-damaging earthquake was felt in Laramie, Casper, Wheatland, and Medicine Bow (Laramie Daily Boomerang, Febru ). The most significant earthquake to occur in the area, a magnitude , intensity VI event, occurred on Octo That earthquake, with an epicenter located approximately 4 miles.   Preliminary isoseismal map and intensity distribution for the Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of Octo , USGS Open-File Rpt., 85 Book Cited by:

    The Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of 18 October (b) Historical seismicity of southeastern Wyoming through .. 3. 2. Isoseismal map for 18 October 84 Laramie Mountains, Wyoming earthquake. Peaks of the Laramie Mountains. South Bald Mount feet Laramie P feet Black Mountain 9, feet Warbonnet Peak 9, feet Casper Mountain 8, feet Twin Mountains 8, feet Mount Margaret 7, feet Black Mountain 7, feet Ice Cave Mountain 7, feet Greyrock Mountain 7, feet. Roads. There are several roads that roll through the Laramie mountains%(20).


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The Laramie Mountains are a range of moderately high peaks on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S states of Wyoming and range is the northernmost extension of the line of the ranges along the eastern side of the Rockies, and in particular of the higher peaks of the Front Range directly to the south.

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By studying the earthquake, we are able to provide constraints on the location and size of the earthquake. Analysis of broadband seismic data shows the mainshock to have nucleated at a depth of +/- km and to. More than one century later, on 18 Octoberan mb earthquake occurred in the Laramie Mountains, Wyoming.

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Preliminary isoseismal map intensity distribution for the Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of October Rare, Large Earthquakes at the Laramide Deformation Front--Colorado () and Wyoming () Analysis of the origins of the earthquake is aided in this article by study of the Laramie.

The largest historical earthquake known in Colorado occurred on 7 November Knowledge of its size, location, and specific tectonic environment is important for the design ofCited by: 8. UTC magnitude, 33 km depth Glenrock, Wyoming, United States magnitude earthquake UTC at Octo UTC.

A moderate-sized earthquake (mb =M0 = X dyne cm) occurred on 18 October in the Precambrian complex of granitic rocks in the northern Laramie Mountains of southeastern Wyoming. The earthquake was felt over a broad area (, km2) but caused only minor damage (MMI0 = VI at Douglas, Medicine Bow, and vicinity).Cited by: 1.

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Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey [Reston, Va.?] Australian/Harvard Citation. Stover, Carl W. & Geological Survey (U.S.).The earthquake was one of the largest felt in eastern Wyoming. There were a number of aftershocks to the main event, with the most significant being a magnitudeintensity IV event, and a magnitude event occurring on Octo ; a magnitude event on Octo ; magnitude events on Octo November 6, and DecemFile Size: KB.Preliminary isoseismal map intensity distribution for the Laramie Mountains, Wyoming, earthquake of Octo Open-File Report By: C.W.

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