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Earthquake activity and Quaternary deformation of the western Transverse Ranges, California.
|Other titles||Recent earthquake activity and focal mechanisms in the western Transverse Ranges, California., Late Quaternary deformation in the western Transverse Ranges, California.|
|Series||Geological Survey circular ; 799-A,B, Geological Survey circular -- 799-A,B.|
|Contributions||Lee, William Hung Kan, 1940-, Yerkes, R. F., 1923-, Simirenko, M., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
California Division of oil and Gas, , California oil and gas fields, maps and data sheets, pt. 2, Los Angeles-ventura basins and central coastal regions: San Francisco, p. Christensen, M.N., , Late Cenozoic deformation in the central Coast Ranges of California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 76, no. 10, p. Late Pleistocene rates of folding and faulting in the western Transverse Ranges, California, from reconstruction and luminescence dating of the late Pleistocene Orcutt formation. Poster Presentation at SCEC Annual Meeting.
1. Map of southern California showing locations of the western Transverse Ranges, significant geographic features, and major faults 1 2. Digital elevation model of the western Transverse Ranges province with approximate locations of major geologic structures 2 Size: 2MB. Strath terraces in the Santa Ynez Valley suggest late Quaternary activity on a detachment fault beneath the Western Transverse Ranges, California. High rates of shortening across the western Transverse Ranges (WTR) have been interpreted from geodetic, geologic, and geomorphic data.
Late Quaternary Deformation in the Western Transverse Ranges, California, in Recent Reverse Faulting in the Transverse Ranges, California: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper , pp. and Plate Evidence for aseismic deformation in the western Transverse Ranges, southern California: Implications for seismic risk assessment. Geology, 26(3), doi: /() EFADIT>CO;2.
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The San Luis Range, a prominent west-northwest-trending topographic and structural high along the coast of south-central California, is one of a series of elong Book Chapter Quaternary deformation of the San Luis Range, San Luis Obispo County, California Author(s) William R.
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Title: Earthquake activity and Quaternary deformation of the western Transverse Ranges, California Title: Maps showing faults, fault activity and epicenters, focal depths and focal mechanisms, earthquakes, western transverse ranges, California Creator(s): Yerkes, R.
F.; Lee, W. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lee, William Hung Kan, Earthquake activity and Quaternary deformation of the western Transverse Ranges, California. The Transverse Ranges domain is characterized by pronounced north-northeast-oriented maximum horizontal compressive stress and associated Quaternary crustal shortening, west-trending reverse and left-lateral reverse-oblique faults and earthquake focal mechanisms, and a frequent occurrence of damaging earthquakes.
TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS OF SMALL EARTHQUAKES IN THE CENTRAL TRANSVERSE RANGES 99 the regional strain accumulation pattern that took place in late triggered changes in focal mechanisms and in the level of small earthquake activity near Palmdale.
These two studies suggest a model for the rela. Tectonic, Seasonal, and Anthropogenic Deformation Rates in the Western Transverse Ranges, California from the San Andreas to the Santa Barbara Channel Conference Paper December with 18 Reads.
The Santa Clara watershed lies in a tectonically active area in the western Transverse Range in southern California. Faults and folds trend east-west, associated with north-south compression caused by the "big bend" of the right lateral strike-slip San Andreas fault which is near the northern and eastern boundary.
Some faults in the Western Transverse Ranges have accommodated some strike-slip motion during the late Quaternary, and the larger earthquakes in the Central Transverse Ranges, to the east of the study area, have exhibited up to 30% left-lateral strike-slip motion (cf.
the San Fernando earthquake).Author: Yuval Levy, Yuval Levy, T. Rockwell, John Shaw, Andreas Plesch, Neal Driscoll, Héctor Perea. North-dipping, generally high-angle surface fault (shallower at depth) is part of east-west frontal fault system (also including Anacapa-Dume , Malibu Coast , Hollywood  and Raymond  faults) that has accommodated 80° of clockwise rotation of the western Transverse Ranges and perhaps as much as 60 km left slip displacement.
Detailed mapping of Quaternary deposits and geomorphic surfaces and quantitative morphometric analyses of landscape elements within the Montebello Hills and Monterey Park Hills are used to characterize the style and patterns of Quaternary deformation associated with the blind thrust fault considered responsible for the Whittier Narrows earthquake (M L ) in.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Margaret A. Keller and others published Quaternary Tectonic Setting of South-Central Coastal California | Find, read. The western Transverse Ranges trend east to west crosswise with respect to the northwesterly fabric of California. The San Andreas fault trends more east to west within the Transverse Ranges than elsewhere.
This kink is known as the Big Bend. Simple north-south compression could have caused both the east-west folds and faults and the Big Bend.
Thrust ramps coincide with zones of high seismicity in the Transverse Ranges; this suggests that ramp regions have the highest potential for compressive earthquake events: e.g., the recent Whittier Narrows earthquake of October 1, (M 1 = Cited by: Nonetheless, its occurrence reemphasized the seismic hazard of concealed faults associated with the contractional deformation of the Transverse Ranges.
The Northridge earthquake is. Earthquake activity and Quaternary deformation of the western Transverse Ranges, California / by: Lee, William Hung Kan,et al.
Published: () Effect of sediment characteristics on erosion and deposition in ephemeral-stream channels / by: Schumm, Stanley Alfred, Published: ().Abstract.
Fault-plane solutions for 22 small (local magnitude (M_L ≤ ) earthquakes in the central Transverse Ranges were determined using an azimuthally varying crustal modelCited by: 6.Deformation of the SW United States occurs in regionally coherent domains within which the style of deformation is approximately uniform.
In the vicinity of the Transverse Ranges, two important shear systems splay from the San Andreas fault: the eastern California shear zone trending NNW from the eastern Transverse Ranges and the trans-Peninsular faults trending SSE from the western and central Transverse Ranges.