BSSA will publish a special issue on the 23 October 2002, Mw 6.7 Nenana Mountain and 3 November 2002, Denali Fault, Alaska earthquakes. The 3 November Mw 7.9 event ruptured more than 300 km of the Denali Fault and was the largest strike-slip earthquake to occur in the United States since 1857. The 23 October occurrence of the Mw 6.7 Nenana Mountain event, a foreshock for the Denali Fault earthquake, prompted deployment of seismic and geodetic monitoring networks that should yield important coseismic and postseismic information for the mainshock and its aftershock sequence. Teleseismic analysis has already...

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