The Baton Rouge Fault

Also see: Faults

Richard P. McCulloh, Active Faults In East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana. Louisiana Geologic Survey (2001).

Richard P. McCulloh, Field Trip Guide to Selected Locations Along the Baton Rouge Fault Trace Spanning the Pleistocene–Holocene Transition in Western East Baton Rouge Parish.Louisiana Geological Survey (2008).

Richard P. McCulloh, The Scotlandville, Denham Springs, and Baton Rouge Faults— A Map Guide for Real Estate Buyers, Sellers, and Developers in the Greater Baton Rouge Area. Louisiana Geological Survey (2008).

Robert B. Fendick, Louisiana Ground-Water Map No. 22: Generalized Potentiometric Surface Of The Amite Aquifer And The “2,800-Foot” Sand Of The Baton Rouge Area In Southeastern Louisiana, June–August 2006. USGS (2007).

Kebede, A., 2002. Movement Along the Baton Rouge Fault (Doctoral dissertation, Faculty of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering in The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering By Araya Kebede BS, Technical University of Berlin).

Faults section in Appendix B in Coast 2050: Toward a Sustainable Coastal Louisiana – complete set of Coastal Restoration reports here.

Nasreen, Mosa. “The Effect of Faults upon Ground Water Flow in the Baton Rouge Fault System.” (2003).



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