An analysis of eighteen New England fault plane solutions indicates that the area can be largely characterized by reverse faulting on north to northeasterly striking fault planes. This implies that New England is predominantly influenced by an east-west to southeast-northwest compressional stress field. This generalization may not apply in certain areas of southern New England.

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