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March 24, 2011
Disaster Deferred: How New Science is Changing Our View of Earthquake Hazards in the Midwest
IN 1811-1812, a series of earthquakes in New Madrid, Missouri, were so powerful they rattled windows and rang church bells in Boston and New York.This book tells the story of seismic science and scientists, the history of seismology and science in government and public policy.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Disaster Deferred: How New Science is Changing Our View of Earthquake Hazards in the Midwest Seth Stein QE 538.8 .S74 2010
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