Earthquake: 1983 Borah Peak, Idaho; Magnitude 7.3, Aerial of Craters Formed By Violent Eruption of Water and Sediment Near Chilly Butte
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5312 × 3478 pixels (18.48 MP)
17.7 in × 11.6 in @ 300 PPI
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3.7 in × 2.4 in @ 300 PPI
November 30, 1982
Camera make / model
Nikon SUPER COOLSCAN 8000 ED
Part of the 1995-1997 Personalizing the Earthquake Threat publication by the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, Earthquake Education Services; U.S. Geological Survey NEHRP project, award 1434-95-G-2566.
Sandboils and Springs Erupted Violently in a 1-Mile Zone Near Chilly Buttes Idaho and Flooded Parts of Thousand Springs Valley. Water and Sediment were Spewed 15-20 Feet into the Air for Several Minutes. This Left Craters in the Valley Floor. 1983 Borah Peak, Idaho, Earthquake Magnitude 7.3.
Marker lat / long: 44.076583, -113.901704 (WGS84)