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Extended Bibilography for Cascadia

Adams, J., Paleoseismicity of the Cascadia subduction zone: Evidence from turbidites off the Oregon-Washington margin, Tectonics, 9, 569-583, 1990.

Atwater, B. F., and D. Yamaguchi, Sudden, probably coseismic submergence of Holocene trees and grass in coastal Washington state, Geology, 19, [7], 706-709, 1991.

Atwater, B. F., and f. others, Summary of coastal geologic evidence for past great earthquakes at the Cascadia subduction zone, Earthquake Spectra, II, [1], 1-18, 1995.

Atwater, B. F., Evidence for great Holocene earthquakes along the outer coast of Washington state, Science, [236], 942-944, 1987.

Atwater, B. F., Geologic evidence for earthquakes during the past 2000 years along the Copalis River, southern coastal Washington, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 1901-1919, 1992.

Beeson, M. H., and T. L. Tolan, The Columbia River Basalt Group in the Cascade Range: A middle Miocene reference datum for structural analysis., J. Geophys. Res., 95, 19,547-19,559, 1990.

Blackwell, D.D., J.L. Steele, and S. Kelley, Heat flow in the State of Washington and thermal conditions in the Cascade Range, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 19,495-19,516, 1990.

Braunmiller, J., J. Nabelek, B. Leitner, and A. Qamar, The 1993 Klamath-Falls, Oregon, earthquake sequence: Source mechanisms, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, [2], 105-108, 1995.

Bucknam, R. C., E. Hemphill-Haley, and E. B. Leopold, Abrupt uplift within the past 1700 years at southern Puget Sound, Washington, Science, 258, 1611-1614, 1992.

Campbell, N. P., and R. D. Bentley, Late Quaternary deformation of the Toppenish Ridge uplift in south-central Washington, Geology, 9, 519-524, 1981.

Cohen, S.C., Evaluation of the importance of model features for cyclic deformation due to dip-slip faulting, Geophys. J. Int, 119, 831-841, 1994.

Craven, G. F., The tectonic development and late Quaternary deformation of Warner Valley south of Hart Mountain, Oregon, thesis, pp., Humboldt State Univ. of California, Arcata, 1991.

Crosson, R. S., and T. J. Owens, Slab geometry of the Cascadia subduction zone beneath Washington from earthquake hypocenters and teleseimic converted waves., Geophysical Research Letters, 14, 824-827, 1987.

Crosson, R. S., S. R. Dewberry, N. P. Symons, and G. C. Thomas, Crustal earthquake hazards in Cascadia: Characteristics of moderate and small earthquakes west of the Cascadia Range, The Geological Society of America 92nd Annual Cordilleran Section, 28 Number 5, [April 1996 ISSN 0016-7592], 58, 1996.

Crosson, R. S., Small earthquakes, structure, and tectonics of the Puget Sound region, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am, 62, 1133-1171, 1972.

Crosson, R.S., and T.J. Owens, Slab geometry of the Cascadia subduction zone beneath Washington from earthquake hypocenters and teleseimic converted waves., Geophysical Research Letters, 14, 824-827, 1987.

DeMets, C., and T.H. Dixon, Kinematic models for Pacific-North America motion from 3 Ma to present, I: Evidence for steady motion and biases in the NUVEL-1A model, Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 1921-1924, 1999.

DeMets, C., R. G. Gordon, D. F. Argus, and S. Stein, Current plate motions, Geophys. J. Int., 101, 425-478, 1990.

DeMets, C., R. G. Gordon, D. F. Argus, and S. Stein, Effect of recent revisions to the geomagnetic reversal time-scale on estimates of current plate motions, Geophysical Research Letters, 21, [20], 2191-2194, 1994.

Dodge, R. L., and L. T. Grose, Tectonic and geomorphic evolution of the Black Rock fault, northwestern Nevada, in, Earthquake Hazards Along the Wasatch Sierra-Nevada frontal fault zones, U.S. Geol. Surv. Open File Rep. 80-801, 494-508, 1979.

Doser, D. I., Source parameters of earthquakes in the Nevada Seismic Zone, 1915-1943, J. Geophys. Res., 93, 15,001-15,015, 1988.

Dragert, H., and M. Lisowski, Crustal deformation measurements on Vancouver Island: 1976 to 1988, Springer Verlag, New York, 1-241-250, 1990.

Dragert, H., and R.D. Hyndman, Continuous GPS monitoring of elastic strain in the Northern Cascadia subduction zone, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 755-758, 1995.

Dragert, H., R.D. Hyndman, G.C. Rogers, and K. Wang, Current deformation and the width of the seismogenic zone of the northern Cascadia subduction thrust, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 653-668, 1994.

Dragert, H., Recent horizontal strain accumulation on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 72, 314, 1991.

Dreger, D., J. Ritsema, and M. Pasyanos, Broad-band analysis of the 21 September, 1993 Klamath-Falls earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, [8], 997-1000, 1995.

England, P., and R. E. Wells, Neogene rotations and quasi-continuous deformation of the Pacific Northwest Continental Margin, Geology, 19, [10], 978-981, 1991.

Fluck, P., R.D. Hyndman, and K. Wang, Three-dimensional dislocation model for great earthquakes of the Cascadia subduction zone, Jour. Geophys. Res., 102, 20,539-20,550, 1997.

Heaton, T. H., and H. Kanamori, Seismic potential associated with subduction earthquakes in the northwestern United States, Seismological Society of America Bulletin, 74, 933-941, 1984.

Heaton, T. H., and S. H. Hartzell, Earthquake hazards on the Cascadia subduction zone, Science, 236, 162-168, 1987.

Hemphill-Haley, M. A., Quaternary stratigraphy and late Holocene activity along the base of eastern escarpment of Steens Mountain, southeastern Oregon, M.A. thesis thesis, pp., Humboldt State University, Arcada, Calif., 1987.

Henton, J.A., H. Dragert, R.D. Hyndman, and K. Wang, Geodetic monitoring of crustal deformation on Vancouver Island, Eos Trans. AGU, 79, F192, 1998.

Hooper, P. R., and R. M. Conrey, A model for the tectonic setting of the Columbia River Basalt eruptions, in, Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province, Geol. Soc. Am. Spec. Pap., 239, 293-306, 1989.

Humphreys, E. D., and K. G. Dueker, Western United States upper mantle structure, Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, 99, [B5], 9615-9634, 1994.

Hutter, I. L., The Wallula fault zone and constraints on the timing and nature of deformation along the Olympic-Wallowa lineament, GSA Abstracts With Programs, 26, [7], A-187, 1994.

Hyndman, R. D., and K. Wang, Thermal constraints on the zone of major thrust earthquake failure: The Cascadia subduction zone, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 2039-2060, 1993.

Hyndman, R., and K. Wang, The rupture zone of Cascadia great earthquakes from current deformation and the thermal regime, Jour. Geophys. Res., 100, 22,133-22,154, 1995.

James, T.S., J.J. Clague, K. Wang, and I. Hutchinson, Postglacial rebound at the northern Cascadia subduction zone, Quaternary Sci. Rev., in press, 2000.

Johnson, S. Y., S. Y. Johnson, C. J. Potter, J. M. Armentrout, J. J. Miller, C. Finn, and C. S. Weaver, The southern Whidbey Island fault: An active structure in the Puget Lowland, Washington, Geological Society of America, 108, [3], 334-354, 1996.

Johnson, S. Y., The Southern Whidbey Island fault, Puget Lowland, Washington, GSA Abstracts With Programs, 26, [7], A-188, 1994.

Khazaradze, G., A. Qamar, and H. Dragert, Tectonic deformation in western Washington from continuous GPS measurements, Geophys. Res. Lett., 26, 3153-3158, 1999.

Lewis, T., Heat flux in the Canadian Cordillera, in Neotectonics of North America, edited by D.B Slemmons, E.R. Engdahl, M.D. Zoback, and D.D. Blackwell, Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, 1991.

Lindberg, D. N., Extending the zone of recognized late Holocene faulting in the Basin and Range of southeastern Oregon (abstract), Geol. Soc. Am. Abstr. Programs, 21, 106, 1989.

Lisowski, M., W. H. Prescott, H. Dragert, and S. R. Holdahl, Results from 1986 and 1987 GPS survey across the strait of Juan de Fuca, Washington and British Columbia, Seismological Research Letters, 60, 1, 1989.

Ludwin, R. S., C. S. Weaver, and R. S. Crosson (Ed.), Seismicity of Washington and Oregon, Neotectonics of North America, vol. 1, pp. 1-77-98, Geological Society of America, Decade Map, Boulder, 1991.

Malone, S. D., and S. Bor, Attenuation patterns in the Pacific Northwest based on intensity data and the location of the 1872 North Cascades earthquake, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 69, 531-546, 1979.

Malone, S. D., E. T. Endo, C. S. Weaver, and J. W. Ramey, Seismic monitoring for eruption prediction, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 1250, 803-813, 1981.

Malone, S. D., G. H. Rothe, and S. W. Smith, Details of microearthquake swarms in the Columbia Basin, Washington, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 65, 855-864, 1975.

Mann, G. M., and C. E. Meyer, Late Cenozoic structure and correlations to seimicity along the Olympic-Wallowa lineament, Geol. Soc. of Am. Bull., 105, 853-871, 1993.

McCaffrey, R., C. Goldfinger, M. Murray, P. Zwick, J., and C.S. Nabelek, and C. Johnson, GPS constraints on forearc sliver motion, plate coupling, and strain partitioning in northwestern Oregon, EOS, Trans. of the Amer. Geophys. Un., 79, F874, 1998.

McCaffrey, R., M.D. Long, C. Goldfinger, P.C. Zwick, J.L. Nabelek, C.K. Johnson, and Curt Smith, Rotation and plate locking at the southern Cascadia subduction zone, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 3117-3120, 2000.

McCrory, P.A., Upper plate contraction north of the migrating Mendocino triple junction, northern California: Implications for partitioning of strain, Tectonics, in press, 2000.

McCrory, P. A., Evolution of a trench-slope basin within the Cascadia subduction margin - The Neogene Humboldt Basin, California, Sedimentology, 42, [2], 223-247, 1995.

Miller, M.M., D.J. Johnson, C.M. Rubin, H. Dragert, K. Wang, A. Qamar, and C. Goldfinger, GPS-determination of along-strike variation in Cascadia margin kinematics: Implications for relative plate motion, subduction zone coupling, and permanent deformation., Tectonics, submitted, April, 2000.

Miller, M.M., H. Dragert, E. Endo, J. Freymueller, C. Goldfinger, H. Kelsey, E.D. Humphreys, D.J. Johnson, R. McCaffrey, J.S. Oldow, A. Qamar, and C.M. Rubin, Precise Measurements Help Gauge Pacific Northwest's Earthquake Potential, Eos - Article, 79, 269, 275, 1998.

Milne, W. G., Seismic activity in Canada west of the 113th meridian, 1841-1951, Publication 18, 126-127, 1956.

Miner, A. M., and R. D. Bentley, Timing of initial deformation on Selah Butte and Umtanum anticlines, Burbank Valley area, Yakima fold belt, south central Washington, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, 22, 69, 1990.

Mitchell, C.E., P. Vincent, R.J. Weldon, and M.A. Richards, Present day vertical deformation of the Cascadia margin, Pacific Northwest, United States, Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, 99 (B6), 12257-12277, 1994.

Murray, M., and M. Lisowski, Strain accumulation along the Cascadia subduction zone: Cape Mendocino to the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Geophysical Research Letters, In preparation.

Nabelek, J., and G. Y. Xia, Moment-tensor analysis using regional data - application to the 25-March-1993, Scotts-Mills, Oregon, earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, [1], 13-16, 1995.

Noson, L. L., A. Qamar, and G. W. Thorsen, Washington State Earthquake hazards, Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Information Circular, 85, 77, 1988.

Peacock, S.M., Fluid processes in subduction zones, Science, 248, 329-337, 1990.

Pezzopane, S. K., Active faults and earthquake ground motions in Oregon, Ph. D. dissertation thesis, pp., University of Oregon, Eugene, 1993.

Pezzopane, S. K., and R. Weldon, Tectonic role of active faulting in central Oregon, Tectonics, 12, [5], 1140-1169, 1993.

Pratt, T. L., S. Y. Johnson, and W. J. Stevenson, The Puget Lowland thrust sheet, Geol. Soc. Am. Abstracts with Programs, 26, A187, 1994.

Qamar, A., and R. S. Ludwin, Stress directions in Washington and Northern Oregon derived from earthquake focal mechanisms, Seis. Soc. Am. Annual meeting abstracts, 1992.

Qamar, A., R. Ludwin, R. S. Crosson, and S. D. Malone, Earthquake hyocenters in Washington and northern Oregon, 1982-1986, 1987.

Raisz, E., The Olympic-Wallowa Lineament, Am. J. Sci., 243-A, 479-485, 1945.

Rasmussen, J., and E. Humphreys, Tomographic image of the Juan de Fuca plate beneath Washington and western Oregon using teleseismic P-wave travel times, Geophys. Res. Lett., 15, 1417-1420, 1988.

Reidel, S., The Saddle Mountains: The evolution of an anticline in the Yakima fold belt, American Journal of Science, 284, 942-977, 1984.

Relinger, R. E., and J. Adams, Geodetic evidence for active landward tilting of the Oregon and Washington coastal ranges, Geophysical Research Letters, 9, 401-403, 1982.

Riddihough, C.R., Recent movements of the Juan de Fuca plate system, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 6980-6994, 1984.

Satake, K., and Y. Tanioka, Tsunami heights along the Pacific Northwest computed from the M=9 earthquake of January 1700, The Geological Society of America 92nd Annual Cordilleran Section, 28 Number 5, [April 1996 ISSN 0016-7592], 108, 1996.

Satake, K., K. Shimizaki, Y. Tsuji, and K. Ueda, Time and size of a giant earthquake in Cascadia inferred from Japanese tsunami records of January 1700, Nature, 379, 246-249, 1996.

Saucier, F., and E. Humphreys, Horizontal crustal deformation in southern California from joint models of geologic and very long baseline interferometry measurements, in Contributions of Space Geodesy to Geodynamics, Am. Geophys. Union Geodynamics Series, vol. 23, edited by D. E. Smith and D. L. Turcotte, pp. 139-176, Am. Geophys. Union, Washington, D.C., 1993.

Savage, J. C., and M. Lisowski, Strain measurements and potential for a great subduction earthquake off Oregon and Washington, Science, 252, 101-103, 1991.

Savage, J. C., M. Lisowski, and W. H. Prescott, Geodetic strain measurements in Washington, Journal of Geophysical Research, 86, 4929-4940, 1981.

Savage, J. C., M. Lisowski, and W. H. Prescott, Strain accumulation in western Washington, Journal of Geophysicial Research, 96, 14493-14507, 1991.

Savage, J.C., A dislocation model of strain accumulation and release at a subduction zone, J. Geophys. Res., 88, 4984-4996, 1983.

Savage, J.C., J.L. Svarc, W.H. Prescott, and M.H. Murray, Deformation across the forearc of the Cascadia subduction zone at Cape Blanco, Oregon, Jour. Geophys. Res., 105, 3095-3102, 2000.

Savage, J.D., and M. Lisowski, Viscoelastic coupling model of the San Andreas fault along the Big Bend, southern California, Jour. Geophys. Res., 103, 7,281-7,292, 1998.

Savage, J.C., J.L. Svarc, W.H. Prescott, and M.H. Murray, Deformation across the forearc of the Cascadia subduction zone at Cape Blanco, Oregon, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 3095-3102, 2000.

Snay, R. A., and T. Matsikari, Horizontal deformation in the Cascadia subduction zone as derived from serendipitous geodetic data, Tectonophysics, 194, 54-67, 1991.

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Taylor, M.A., G. Zheng, J.R. Rice, W.D. Stuart, and R. Dmowska, Cyclic stressing and seismicity at strongly coupled subduction zones, J. Geophys. Res., 101, 8363-8381, 1996.

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Trehu, A., I. Asudeh, T. Brocher, J. Luetgert, W. Mooney, J. Nabelek, and Y. Nakamura, Crustal architecture of the Cascadia fore-arc, Science, 266 (5183), [1994 Oct 14], 237-243, 1994.

Unruh, J. R., J. R. Humphrey, and W. D. Page, Northwest continuation of the greater Walker Lane Belt and counterclockwise rotation of the Sierra Nevada microplate, northestern California, The Geological Society of America 92nd Annual Cordilleran Section, 28 Number 5, [April 1996 ISSN 0016-7592], 119, 1996.

Velasco, A. A., C. J. Ammon, and T. Lay, Recent large earthquakes near Cape Medocino and in the Gorda Plate - broad-band source time functions, fault orientations, and rupture complexities, Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, 99, [B1], 711-728, 1994.

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Wang, K., T. Mulder, G. C. Rogers, and R. D. Hyndman, Case for very low coupling stress on the Cascadia subduction fault, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 12,907-12,918, 1995.

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