Distinguishing seismic from nonseismic soft-sediment structures / Russell L. Wheeler -- Paleoliquefaction studies in continental settings / Stephen F. Obermeier ... [et al.] -- Late quaternary paleoseismites / Mervin J. Bartholomew ... [et al.] -- Stratigraphic evidence of coseismic faulting and aseismic fault creep from exploratory trenches at Mt. Edna volcano (Sicily, Italy) / Luca Ferreli ... [et al.] -- Mid-tertiary paleoseismites / Mervin J. Bartholomew ... [et al.] -- Late Pleistocence soft-sediment deformation structures interpreted as seismites in paralic deposits in the city of Bari (Apulian foreland, southern Italy) / Massimo Moretti, Piero Pieri, and Marcello Tropeano -- Indicators of paleoseismicity in the lower to middle Miocene Guadagnolo Formation, central Apennines, Italy / Goffredo Mariotti ... [et al.] -- Stratigraphic and sedimentological evidence for late Paleozoic earthquakes and recurrent structural movement in the U.S. Midcontinent / Daniel F. Merriam and Andrea Förster -- Critical evaluation of possible seismites / Stephen F. Greb and Garland R. Dever Jr.-- Late Mississippian paleoseismites from southeastern West Virginia and southwestern Virginia / Kevin G. Stewart, John M. Dennison, and Mervin J. Bartholomew -- Anomalous paleoflow orientations / Gerald J. Smith and Robert D. Jacobi -- Seismically induced soft-sediment deformation in some Silurian carbonates, eastern U.S. Midcontinent / Charles M. Onasch and Charles F. Kahle -- Interpreting ancient marine seismites and apparent epicentral areas for paleo-earthquakes, Middle Ordovician Lexington Limestone, central Kentucky
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