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Abstract

A number of variously sized mud cones, mud pools and marshy patches caused by liquefaction<br>developed along a short segment of the Siloam Fault in Soutpansberg, Northern Province, in April<br>2000. As a result several houses in the vicinity of the fault segment now show evidence of severe<br>cracking. Since mud cones and related features appearing along faults are in most instances caused by<br>strong earthquakes, rumours of earth tremors having taken place, but gone unnoticed, or looming in the<br>very near future are widespread in this rural area.

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2001-10-09
2022-12-01
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