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On 16 September, 1972 at 04 15 09.8 UT an earthquake of magnitude ML 5.0 occurred in southeast Papua within about 20 km of a proposed dam site on the Musa River. The earthquake triggered two accelerographs, Musa A and Musa B, one at the crest and one at the base of the dam site. The peak ground accelerations recorded by the accelerographs were 1.85 m/s2 and 0.39 m/s2 respectively; the peak ground velocities were 87 mm/s and 2.0 mm/s; and the corresponding mean periods of the ground motion weredoi:10.5459/bnzsee.9.2.115-121 fatcat:6ytldvjxafh7za3tl62jzzuu54