Earthquake Science Center Seminars

Late Cenozoic Evolution of the Southern San Andreas Fault System: Insights From Stratigraphy and Basin Analysis

co-sponsored with GMEG.

+ Initiation of major plate boundary strain in the Salton Trough region at ca. 8 Ma
+ Latest Miocene to Pleistocene West Salton detachment fault and supradetachment basin
+ Initiation of the San Jacinto and Elsinore faults at ca. 1.2 Ma
+ Rapid vertical crustal motions involved in strike-slip deformation (e.g. exhumation of Fish Creek Mts crystalline rocks from 5.5 km depth to the surface in the past 1.2 Ma)"

Rebecca Dorsey, University of Oregon

May 29, 2013

Host: Keith Howard
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