Seismotectonics of theWhite Mountains fault system, east-central California and west-central Nevada
AuthorDePolo, Craig M.
Geological Sciences & Engineering
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The White Mountains Fault System is an active range-bounding system with Holocene activity along most or all of its extent. The system is capable of earthquakes of magnitude 7.1 to 7.8 and has a slip rate of about 1 mm/yr.
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