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Shear – and Compressional- Wave Velocity Measurements from Two 150-m-Deep Boreholes in Seattle, Washington, USA

By Jack K. Odum1, William J. Stephenson1, Kathy Goetz-Troost2, David M. Worley1, Arthur D. Frankel1, Robert A. Williams1, and Jake Fryer2

1United States Geological Survey, 1711 Illinois St., Golden, CO 80401
2University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-1310

Open-File Report 2004–1419

thumbnail image of Seattle Composite Geologic map (Fig.1)
Version 1.0
Published 2004
The publications documents the drilling of two 150 m deep boreholes in the Seattle, WA area. It presents, describes and compares borehole stratigraphy, down hole geophysical logs and compressional (Vp) and shear-wave (Vs) velocity measurements acquired from both boreholes. Velocity information is described in terms of the glacial and non-glacial stratigraphy of the area.

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