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Structural evolution of the western Transverse Ranges

Structural evolution of the western Transverse Ranges

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Published by Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists in Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- California -- Transverse Ranges -- Guidebooks.,
  • Geology, Structural -- California -- Transverse Ranges -- Guidebooks.,
  • San Emigdio Mountains (Calif.) -- Guidebooks.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, Thomas L. Davis, Jay S. Namson ; field trip leaders Thomas L. Davis ... [et al.].
    ContributionsDavis, Thomas L., Namson, Jay S., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pacific Section., AAPG Convention (1987 : Los Angeles, Calif.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14375000M

    Duane DeVecchio is a broad field-based geologist with a background in structural geology and geomorphology. His research involves integrating a suite of Quaternary geochronological techniques, geologic mapping, and GIS-based topographic analysis to quantify the timing and rates of change of Earth’s surface due to depositional, denudational, and incisional processes that result from active. Structural Architecture of the Western Transverse Ranges and Potential for Large Earthquakes - New Results of Trishear Forward Models Yuval Levy, Thomas K. Rockwell, John H. Shaw, Andreas Plesch, Neal W. Driscoll, & Hector Perea Submitted Aug , SCEC Contribution #, SCEC Annual Meeting Poster #

    Western termination of the Transverse Ranges province The western Transverse Ranges province consists of a basin flanked by mountains (BAILEY and JAnNS, ). On land, where the deep Late Tertiary Ventura Basin has been extensively studied, it is known to be trough-depressed between two zones of reverse faults along which the flanking.   The Camarillo fold belt (CFB) in the Western Transverse Ranges poses a significant seismic hazard to nearly one million people living in Southern California, yet few published geologic or.

      Crouch, J., , Neogene tectonic evolution of the California Continental Borderland and western Transverse Ranges: GSA Bulletin, v. 1/90, p. – Crouch, J., and Suppe, J., , Late Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Los Angeles basin and . eastern Transverse Ranges and southern Mojave Desert, in Duebendorfer, E.M., and Smith, E.I., eds., The later structural evolution of the basin is characterized by crystalline thrust sheets of opposing Batholiths of the central and western Mojave have been studied by Coleman and Walker (), Coleman et al. ().


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Structural transect of the western Transverse Ranges, California: Implications for lithospheric kinematics and seismic risk evaluation Late Pleistocene structural evolution of the Camarillo fold belt: Implications for lateral fault growth and seismic hazard in Southern California Related Book by: Get this from a library.

Structural evolution of the western Transverse Ranges: volume and guidebook. [Thomas L Davis; Jay S Namson; Society of Economic Paleontologists and. Various structural models (e.g., Yeats et al., ; Namson and Davis, ; Shaw and Suppe, ; Hubbard et al., ; Sorlien and Nicholson, ) have been advanced over the years to describe the complex fault architecture in the Western Transverse heless, there are ongoing debates regarding these proposed models, mainly centered on the direction of dip of the primary Cited by: 2.

@article{osti_, title = {Structural evolution of Carpinteria basin, western transverse ranges, California}, author = {Jackson, P.A. and Yeats, R.S.}, abstractNote = {The Pleistocene Carpinteria basin is an east-trending northward-verging, faulted syncline containing up to 4, ft (1, m) of partially intertonguing Santa Barbara and Casitas Formations deposited on previously folded.

A more robust structural model is required to assess the seismic hazard of the Western Transverse Ranges. Toward this goal, we developed a forward structural model using Trishear in MOVE (R) to match the first-order structure of the Western Transverse Ranges, as inferred from surface geology, subsurface well control, and seismic stratigraphy.

Structural and topographic evolution of the central Transverse Ranges, California, from apatite fission‐track, (U–Th)/He and digital elevation model analyses.

Western Transverse Ranges, Southern California, Quaternary International, /S(02)X. Meigs, Andrew J. and Oskin, Michael E. () Convergence, block rotation, and structural interference across the Peninsular-Transverse Ranges boundary, eastern Santa Monica Mountains, California. In: Contributions to Crustal Evolution of the Southwestern United States.

Special papers (Geological Society of America). rotation of the Transverse Ranges block. Paleomagnetic data indicates that the Transverse Ranges block has rotated ° from its original orientation (Kamerling and Luyendyk, ).

This rotation occurred during the evolution of the current plate boundary, which took place in three stages: subduction, transtension and transpression. Jaye Ellen Up De Graff, Bruce P. Luyendyk, Gravity study of the boundary between the western Transverse Ranges and Santa Maria Basin, California, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, /JBiB02p, 94, B2, (), ().

The Transverse Ranges are a group of mountain ranges of southern California, in the Pacific Coast Ranges physiographic region in North Transverse Ranges begin at the southern end of the California Coast Ranges and lie within Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Kern counties.

The Peninsular Ranges lie to the south. STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF THE CARPINTERIA BASIN, WESTERN TRANSVERSE RANGES, CALIFORNIA INTRODUCTION The Carpinteria basin is a narrow Pleistocene trough located along the northeastern coast of the Santa Barbara Channel between the Santa Ynez Mountains and Ventura basin (Fig.

It was formed on folded Miocene and older strata of the Santa Ynez. structural blocks in the SGM, but only a single block in the southern SAF. During the initial phase (from 18 to the northern SBM. We then use a digital elevation model 12 Ma), the western Transverse Ranges (west of the (DEM) to characterize variations in topography for the SGM) underwent transrotation.

Evidence for this phase. Scott Hornafius, Neogene tectonic rotation of the Santa Ynez Range, Western Transverse Ranges, California, Suggested by paleomagnetic investigation of the Monterey Formation, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, /JBiB14p, 90, B14, (), (). The California Borderland is the region along the coast and offshore of southern California with complex basin-and-range topography predominantly defined by strike-slip faults of the San Andreas transform continental margin (Shepard and Emery,Moore, ) (Fig.

1, Fig. 2).The structural underpinning of the inner Borderland basins has been extensively studied in the context of the. This is also the first time a structural model for the entire Western Transverse Ranges incorporates the full range of geological and geophysical data and observations.

The third chapter presents the structural evolution of the Sylmar basin in the highly populated area. A more robust structural model is required to assess the seismic hazard of the Western Transverse Ranges. Toward this goal, we developed a forward structural model using Trishear in MOVE® to match the first-order structure of the Western Transverse Ranges, as inferred from surface geology, subsurface well control, and seismic stratigraphy.

In Structural Evolution of the Western Transverse Ranges. Edited by T.L. Davis and J.S. Namson. The Pacific Section Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Los Angeles, pp. 99– The Los Angeles Basin is a sedimentary basin located in southern California, in a region known as the Peninsular basin is also connected to an anomalous group of east-west trending chains of mountains collectively known as the California Transverse Ranges.

The present basin is a coastal lowland area, whose floor is marked by elongate low ridges and groups of hills that is located on. Earlier research involved detailed mapping and structural studies in the northern Front Range (Colorado), the Western Transverse Ranges and Santa Barbara coastal plain (Southern California), the Laramide province of southwestern Montana, the overthrust belt of southeastern Idaho, Mount St.

Helens (Washington), the Pan-African Shield of western. Volume: 66 () Issue: 7. (July) First Page: Last Page: Title: Structural Evolution of Carpinteria Basin, Western Transverse Ranges, California Author(s): Patrick A. Jackson (2), Robert S. Yeats (3) Abstract: The Pleistocene Carpinteria basin is an east-trending northward-verging, faulted syncline containing up to 4, ft (1, m) of partially intertonguing Santa Barbara and.

Rotation of the Western Transverse Ranges block and the formation of the proto-Whittier normal fault and associated half-graben (ca. Ma). During that time, organic-rich shale (oil source rock) was deposited in the half-graben and throughout the Los Angeles basin.

Rotation of the Western Transverse Ranges block and the formation of the proto-Whittier normal fault and associated half-graben (ca. Ma). During that time, organic-rich shale (oil source rock) was deposited in the half-graben and throughout the Los Angeles basin.Structural modeling of the Western Transverse Ranges: An imbricated thrust ramp architecture Article (PDF Available) in Lithosphere 11(6) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.