Peter Triezenberg produced the interactive web pages for this report.
These MCS data were collected as part of a project to identify the active fault systems in the southern California coastal zone, including the continental shelf and adjacent deep basins, that pose the greatest potential seismic hazards for the most populated urban corridor along the U.S. Pacific margin. See http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/cabrillo/tierra/index.html for more information. This report is prepared to make these data available to science researchers, students, and other interested parties.
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