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Junior science on file, 1991: Facts on File.

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Nystrom, P.G., Jr., Assisted by Clendenin, C.W., Jr., and Doar, W.R., III, 1996, Earthquake hazard map of the South Carolina Coastal Plain: South Carolina Geological Survey, General Geologic Map Series, 1p.

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Note: McGee and others (1986) source for Figures 2 through 4 and Figure 9.