1964 in science

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The geologic discoveries from the 1964 Alaska earthquake transformed how we understand the Earth.
1964. Science: 143 · Jan 03. Vol 143, Iss 3601 · Science: 143 Jan 10. Vol 143, Iss 3602 · Science: 143. The Sound of Silence (Original Version from 1964)

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Be a Champion for Science. They never found a significant surface break from a vertical fault, just minor cracks from secondary faults. Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. The tie that binds SCI COMMUN. Because of this compression, some areas of the Alaska coastline warped downward before the earthquake and others bulged upward. The tsunami washed over them in a matter of seconds," West said. An aerial view of the Turnagain Heights landslide in Anchorage.
1964 in science