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Late Cenozoic tectonic deformation along the northern White Mountains, Mono and Inyo Counties, California
AuthorFindley, David Paul
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Tectonic activity was studied along the northern White Mountains. The increase in seismic activity combined with the existence of numerous newly formed fault scarps suggest that region may be beginning a seismic gap filling cycle and preparing for a large stress drop earthquake.
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