The earth's fractured surface ; Living on the edge /

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Corporate author / creator:National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division.
Imprint:Washington, D.C. : The Society, 1995.
Description:2 maps on 1 sheet : both sides, col. ; 51 x 84 cm. and 92 x 57 cm., sheet 57 x 92 cm., folded to 14 x 23 cm.
Language:English
Subject:Plate tectonics -- Maps.
Earthquakes.
Plate tectonics.
Volcanoes.
United States -- Pacific Coast.
World maps.
Maps.
Cartographic data:Scale 1:48,000,000. 1 in. = 578 miles at the equator ; Winker Tripel proj. (W 180⁰--E 180⁰/N 90⁰--S 90⁰).
Scale 1:2,380,000. 1 in. = 38 miles ; Albers conic equal-area proj., standard parallels 20⁰30ʹ and 45⁰30ʹ.
Format: Map Print
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1738009
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Varying Form of Title:Living on the edge
Other uniform titles:National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division. Living on the edge.
Other authors / contributors:Shupe, John F.
Sloss, Peter W.
Stacey, R. H. (Robert H.)
Notes:Living on the edge shows faults, volcanos and earthquake epicenters in Washington, California, Nevada and part of Mexico.
Relief and bathymetry shown by shading and color--Earth's fractured surface.
Relief and shown by shading and spot heights ; bathymetry shown by shading and sounding--Living on the edge.
Includes text, tables and ancillary world map showing major plates.
"Supplement to National Geographic, April 1995."
Insets on Living on the edge: Plate boundaries -- 50 million years ago -- 30 million years ago -- 15 million years ago -- Present day.

Regenstein, Room 370, Map Collection

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