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Review paper: The 2nd June 1979 Mw 6.1 Cadoux surface rupturing earthquake, Australia
The 2nd June 1979 moment magnitude (Mw) 6.1 Cadoux earthquake caused a complex, multi-fault surface rupture consisting of six mapped scarps: (from south to north) the 8 km long west dipping Robb scarp, 3 km long south dipping Cumming scarp, the Lone Tree, Carter and Tank scarps (which together define an east-dipping arcuate rupture) and the 2.5 km long southwest-dipping Kalajzic scarp. Surface ruptures are classified as six intersecting faults using kinematic and orientation criteria, with adoi:10.31223/osf.io/9dhx8 fatcat:xvwda6wggbaubctcg4ngwvmjvi