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Tree-ring dating the 1700 Cascadia earthquake

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Figure 1: Approach for tree-ring dating of earthquake-induced submergence.


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Yamaguchi, D., Atwater, B., Bunker, D. et al. Tree-ring dating the 1700 Cascadia earthquake. Nature 389, 922–923 (1997).

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