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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Earthquakes -- California,
  • Geomorphology -- California

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementE.A. Keller ... [et al.]
SeriesOpen file report -- 81-376, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-376
ContributionsKeller, Edward A., 1942-, Geological Survey (U.S.), University of California, Santa Barbara
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14222513M

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Get this from a library! Tectonic geomorphology and earthquake hazard, north flank, central Ventura Basin, California. [Edward A Keller; Geological Survey (U.S.); University of California. Keller EA, Johnson DL, Clark MN, Rockwell TK () Tectonic geomorphology and earthquake hazard, north flank, central Ventura Basin, California. US Geol Surv Open File Cited by: TECTONIC GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN LOS ANGELES BASIN: SEISMIC HAZARDS AND KINEMATICS OF YOUNG FAULT MOVEMENT James F. Dolan and Kerry Sieh Seismological Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena CA 91 Introduction Until recently, earthquake scenarios for the Greater Los Angeles area focused primarily on the effects of a Cited by:

Extremely current throughout, this book thoroughly explores the effects of earthquakes and active tectonic systems on humans, geomorphic systems, and Earth's topography. Complete with numerous case studies in a variety of regions, the very latest advances in the field, separate quantitative techniques boxed sections, and a host of pedagogical aids. The offshore Ventura Basin between Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz Island has been inferred to be underlain by a north-dipping blind thrust fault (Shaw and Suppe, , Seeber and Sorlien, , Sorlien et al., , Pinter et al., , Nicholson et al., ) that is Cited by: If all three segments ruptured, an earthquake of Mw to Mw would likely occur. Citation Gurrola, L. D., & Keller, E. A. (). Tectonic Geomorphology, Active Folding, and Earthquake Hazard of the Mission Ridge Fault System, Santa Barbara, California. Oral Presentation at Geological Society of America Conference. The structure and tectonic geomorphology of the >km-long, right-lateral, Hosgri fault zone and its connections to the Los Osos, Pecho, Oceano and other northwest-trending inboard faults are.

Implications of Tectonic Geomorphology for the Forward Kinematic Model [36] Comparison of tectonic geomorphology with the wedge thrust fold model presented above provides further kinematic implications for the mechanisms that work to build Kuwana anticline (Figures 10 and 11). Axial surfaces observed on the forelimb, crest, and back limb Cited by: The largest recorded earthquake in the North TahoeTruckee area of east-central California is the ML 6 event of Septem , at an estimated depth of 10 km (Ryall et al., ). This earthquake caused damage throughout the epicentral area, but caused no .   Rockwell TK, Keller EA, Johnson DL () Tectonic geomorphology of alluvial fans and mountain fronts near Ventura, California. In: Morisawa, M. (Ed.), Tectonic Geomorphology. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Geomorphology Symposium. Allen and Unwin Publishers, Boston, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: R. S. Chatterjee, Somalin Nath, Shashi Gaurav Kumar. Geophysical Research Letters; Global Biogeochemical Cycles; Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES).