Rock and Roll: The New Madrid Fault Zone

Rock and Roll: The New Madrid Fault Zone

Rock and Roll: The New Madrid Fault Zone

Rock and Roll: The New Madrid Fault Zone



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The New Madrid Fault Zone is a large area in the central United States consisting of a couple of main faults and numerous secondary faults, as well as other significant geological structures and features. It produced an historic series of severe quakes in the winter of 1811-12, and it continues active to this day. It has a danger potential possibly exceeding that of the San Andreas fault plate boundary, but few people have ever heard of it. How did it form, what areas are in danger from it, and why is it so dangerous?

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BN ID: 2940158848162
Publisher: Chromosphere Press
Publication date: 08/14/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 808 KB

About the Author

Award-winning author Stephanie Osborn, the Interstellar Woman of Mystery, is a veteran of more than 20 years in civilian/military space programs, with graduate and undergraduate degrees in four sciences: astronomy, physics, chemistry and mathematics, and she is "fluent" in several more, including geology and anatomy. She has authored, co-authored, or contributed to some 30 books, including the celebrated science-fiction mystery, Burnout: The mystery of Space Shuttle STS-281. She is the co-author of the Cresperian Saga book series, and has written the critically acclaimed Displaced Detective Series, described as "Sherlock Holmes meets The X-Files," and the award-winning, exciting Sherlock Holmes: Gentleman Aegis series. Her newest venture: Division One, her take on the urban legend of the mysterious people who make things...disappear. In addition to her writing, the Interstellar Woman of Mystery now happily "pays it forward," teaching math and science through numerous media including radio, podcasting and public speaking, as well as working with SIGMA, the science-fiction think tank.
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