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Map of Texas area fault lines

 
daisy girl
06/28/2005 08:52 AM
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Map of Texas area fault lines
Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]
JFK
12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be.
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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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Dynasty was a great fault too
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"does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be."

We will take care of it right away, sir.


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12/08/2005 10:14 AM
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What terrain is atop those fault lines?
Mountains?
Lakes?
Desert?
All sorts?
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Thank you and I like the number 88, good luck in all your endevours here and off world.
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Here I sit upon Balcones fault and I fear not in the least...
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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]
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I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.
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06/16/2009 06:55 PM
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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]


I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.
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um thats just from old age. west houston does NOT have "FAULT LINES" Roads crack from the SILT that is underneath them shifting because it is SILT. Buildings crack for the same reason and because they are OLD.
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06/16/2009 07:08 PM
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does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be.
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are you too dumb to open it up and look?
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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]


I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.


um thats just from old age. west houston does NOT have "FAULT LINES" Roads crack from the SILT that is underneath them shifting because it is SILT. Buildings crack for the same reason and because they are OLD.
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Read up on liquefaction.
I thought I'd beat the inevitibility of death to death just a little bit.
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09/27/2009 12:37 AM
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does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be.
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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]


I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.


um thats just from old age. west houston does NOT have "FAULT LINES" Roads crack from the SILT that is underneath them shifting because it is SILT. Buildings crack for the same reason and because they are OLD.
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Yes it does. Many small faultlines, about 300 in the Houston area. The building I talked about was an apartment building, very well built, far west on Memorial. The buildings were not old. I saw them when new. Later, I worked there for the management company, and lived on property.

I worked there when we had to transfer residents out of the building.

If you want to search for it, there are city maps showing these known fault lines. The Memorial & Spring Branch areas are those I am familiar with. At least three properties that I know of first hand had building structural problems because of the fault lines. At least one had radon problems because of it.

On Shaky Ground: Geological Faults Threaten Houston
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

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"does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be."

We will take care of it right away, sir.


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10/13/2010 08:20 PM
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"does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be."

We will take care of it right away, sir.


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10/13/2010 08:22 PM
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Dynasty was a great fault too
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10/13/2010 10:39 PM
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does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be.


are you too dumb to open it up and look?
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10/13/2010 10:41 PM
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None by me, I just have to wait for the New Madrid, I was told I would feel it here!
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HUMMMM, map is not visible?
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HUMMMM, map is not visible?
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I had to reload the page twice
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The are three faults that run together, in a point, about a quarter mile north of Williams Square, in Irving. I used to have a map from the USGS but it's been removed on purpose.
The faults are The Quachita Thrust Front, The Balcones Fault, and the East Texas Uplift.
When the 5+ event struck Alpine, Tx in 1995, we felt it in Irving, as I lived and was at work that night. Though these have never been very active, I expect they soon will be much more so.
Know that Downtown Dallas, from Central Expressway to Stemmons on the west to just above downtown to 20 on the south or almost that far sit on a sinkhole.
When an event over six strikes there, the limestone bedrock will fracture and the area will sink apporx. 250 feet straight down.
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The dirt here is nothing but unstable clay, we call "gray gumbo" - and the reason why we don't have basements down here We even have to water our foundations in the summer to keep them from moving and cracking. This stuff expands and contracts like a rubber band.

There's lots and lots of fraking in the area as well as underground drilling for freeway tunnels along the LBJ freeway, one can only imagine what's going on underground.
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does that map say Dallas is on the fault. If not, it should be.
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There are also lots of smaller fault lines.

Tarrant and Johnson counties have been having lots of small earthquakes where the Frackers have been injecting the waste water into the smaller faults.

Surely there is documentation of these smaller faults because they know right where to put the injection wells.
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Hopefully Texas will get a "Texas sized" earthquake soon. After all, everything's bigger and better in Texas now isn't it.....
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06/02/2014 10:26 AM
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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]
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I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.
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That because of all the oil pumped out of there. The ground is still settling to this day.
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Hopefully Texas will get a "Texas sized" earthquake soon. After all, everything's bigger and better in Texas now isn't it.....
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Never happen. Texas is earthquake free and safe for Yellowstone Volcano event and west Texas is safe for Cumbre Vieja too. Fukushima hit the rest of the US much harder. Even GOM effected the rest of the gulf states harder.

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Here´s a map of the Texas area fault lines and heat flow information. [link to geology.heroy.smu.edu]
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I just went there too. It doesn't show all of the minor fault lines. West Houston is riddled with them. Cracked roads, buildings with cracked bricking, crumbled second floor concrete. I've seen building torn down because of it.
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AAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That's not because of fault lines that's because Houston and the surrounding area sit on top of 1000ft of mud!!!!!!

THAT is why are the home foundations (and roads) crack and float around!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do a little research!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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