volume 25, issue 8, P1213-1215 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00860
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Abstract: Abstract. An analysis of leveling data obtained along Turnagain Arm, Alaska in the aftermath of the 1964 Prince William Sound earthquake shows that the postseismic uplift rate was constant during the first year following the earthquake. The maximum 1-yr peak-to-trough uplift was about 15 cm, while the maximum uplift relative to a tide gauge site in Anchorage was about 9 cm. There is some evidence for a modest decrease in the uplift rate between May and October of 1965, although the evidence is weakened by the…

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