SAR examines geology of Oklahoma’s largest earthquake

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Study examines geology of Oklahoma’s largest earthquake

June 30, 2017 by Alan Buis
Radar measurements of Pawnee quake deformation based on before/after satellite data analysis. Red/pink areas moved west and up; blue areas moved east or down. Black lines are previously mapped faults; aftershocks are purple; magenta line is Sooner Lake Fault; water is grey; cyan line is Highway 412.
Credit: Copernicus/NASA-JPL/Caltech/OGS
Source: https://phys.org/news/2017-06-geology-oklahoma-largest-earthquake.html

 

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