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San Francisco earthquake of 1906
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What is in this guide?

This guide presents selected resources related to earthquakes. To find additional material, search the library catalog using common keywords like earthquakes, seismology, or plate tectonics. You can also browse the UNC Libraries' collection by looking in the QE 531 - QE 541 call number range.

Reference Sources - This page includes such resources as encylopedias.
Books - These books provide overviews of earthquakes and seismology.
Websites - This page features websites on earthquakes from the government and other organizations.
Videos - This page features documentaries on earthquakes.
Article Databases - These databases are the top recommended resources for research on earthquakes.
Journals - These journals are recommended for the topic of earthquakes.

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