Abstract

A large T-phase signal was received at Pt. Sur, California, from the Alaskan earthquake of March 28, 1964. Additional T phases were received from 90 per cent of the 80 aftershocks studied in the Kodiak Island area. The largest T phases were received from hypocenters beneath the upper portion of the continental shelf.

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