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Map of local tectonic features from Weems and Lewis (2002).... distribution of 1886 liquefaction features (‘‘craterlets’’), isoseismal boundaries (irregular
HAR COL 2.5-1
HAR Site
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
Lake
Marion
Map of local tectonic features from Weems and Lewis (2002). Figure shows the
distribution of 1886 liquefaction features (‘‘craterlets’’), isoseismal boundaries (irregular
gray dashed line), and two epicenters (starburst symbols) located by Dutton and Sloan
(in Dutton, 1890). The positions of the Charleston fault, Adams Run fault, Woodstock
fault northern segment (WFN), Woodstock fault southern segment (WFS), Ashley River fault
(ARF), and the Summerville fault (SF) are indicated as black lines. Lighter gray areas are
regions that have shown persistently upward relative movement over the past 34 m.y.
(Weems and Lewis, 2002).
Source: Modified from Southern Nuclear Company (2006)
Progress Energy Carolinas
Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant
Units 2 and 3
Part 2, Final Safety Analysis Report
New Hill, North Carolina
Map of Local Tectonic Features
FIGURE 2.5.1-224
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