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Seismic regionalization of Eastern Canada.

Angus C. Hamilton

Seismic regionalization of Eastern Canada.

by Angus C. Hamilton

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources, Observatories Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seismology -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSeismological series of the Dominion Observatory, 1966-3
    ContributionsSymposium on Design for Earthquake Loadings (1966 : McGill University)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. maps. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19230261M

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Seismic source regionalization problem entails the full use of geologic, tectonic, historical, instrumental macro-seismic records, and micro-earthquake survey findings.

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The Western Quebec Seismic Zone (French: Zone sismique de l'Ouest du Québec) is a seismically active area in the Ottawa Valley in Eastern Ontario and Western zone stretches from Montreal to Témiscaming and from Cornwall up along the Laurentian Mountains.

Significant earthquakes associated with this seismic zone include the Montreal earthquake, the Timiskaming earthquake. Seismic activity online (Earthquake map) An earthquake is a process of the Earth's surface fluctuations.

The causes of earthquakes can be natural (in most cases resulted from occurring tectonic processes) and man-made (as a result of explosions, collapses of underground cavities of.

This is the most active seismic zone in eastern Canada [e.g., Buchbinder et al., ], with a record of major historical earthquakes in (M 7[Basham et al., ]), J Adams Haiti M ~ times larger than M Relative fault areas. Japan M M J Cassidy, GSC.

Seismic requests for "Zone 4" that don't specify UBC, IBC or NEBS cause confusion. NEBS still used the Zone 4 seismic map, but NEBS is used almost exclusively by Telecommunications companies.

UBC used the seismic Zone map, but UBC has been replaced by IBC which uses a seismic Area map. Depending on the expected seismic hazard and intensity of ground shaking expressed in terms of ground acceleration (expressed as a fraction of the acceleration of gravity g), the territory of Canada is divided into 7 seismic zones i.e.

zones 0 to 6. Zone 0 is characterized with a very low seismic hazard, whereas zone 6 is characterized with the. TGS NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA, Petroleum GeoServices and Multi Klient Invest AS (MKI) North Eastern Canada 2D Seismic Survey Page 3 of 7 (Lokkeborg, Ona, Vold & Salthaug, ).

To limit the potential effect of sound on commercial fisheries, mitigation measures provided by. 4 Figure 2: Sa() for Canada (mean values of 5% damped spectral acceleration for Site Class C (defined as V S30 = m/s for NBCC) and a probability of 2% in 50 years) in g.

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2D or 3D seismic data cube. • Well data are gotten from rock samples and measurements at depth from a wellbore. Well data required for interpretation are wire-line logs (gamma ray logs, resistivity logs, porosity log, sonic logs, density logs and neutron logs) or equivalent rock property model, check shot data.