Quaternary tectonic deformation and seismic hazard in the Casmalia Range, coastal south-central California
AuthorClark, Douglas Gordon
Geological Sciences & Engineering
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A suite of Quaternary stratigraphic units and geomorphic surfaces on the margins of the Casmalia Range allow assessment of the style and rate of range uplift, the presence or absence of active folding, and the style and recency of activity on the bordering Orcutt Frontal and Lions Head faults.
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Santa Maria basin
Orcutt Frontal fault
Lions Head fault
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