Written in English
|Statement||by Cheryl Hummon.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 leaves, bound. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
Subsurface Quaternary and Pliocene structures of the. Subsurface Structure of the Northern Los Angeles Basin South of the Santa Monica and Hollywood Faults. R. S. Yeats The dominant Pliocene structure of the Coyote Hills is an east-striking fault with km left slip, the Stern fault of East Coyote and South Flank fault of West Coyote and Leffingwell oil fields. Universal City, California. Subsurface structure contour maps and cross sections show that the northern Los Angeles basin is underlain by a south facing monocline complicated by secondary faults and folds. The monocline and associated structures form a structural high, the northern Los Angeles shelf, which marks the northern margin of the Los Angeles central by: Pliocene-Quaternary transpressional evolution of the Anzi-Calvello and Northern S. Arcangelo basins (Basilicata, Southern Apennines, Italy) as a consequence of deep-seated fault reactivation Author links open overlay panel M. Bonini a F. Sani.
Subsurface Quaternary and Pliocene structures of the northern Los Angeles basin, California., unpublished M.S. thesis, (). Tectonic rotations of the Santa Monica Mountains region, Western Transverse Ranges, California, suggested by paleomagnetic vectors. Joaquin Valley, California. 4. Map of the southern part of the San Joaquin Valley, Cali fornia, showing structure and extent of the E clay. 5. Map of the southern part of the San Joaquin Valley, Cali fornia, showing structure and extent of the C clay. 6. Map of the southern part of the San Joaquin Valley, Cali. equaled or exceeded M The two largest earthquakes in the Los Angeles Basin during recent times are the January M Northridge and February M San Fernando (also commonly known as the Sylmar) earthquakes. During Pliocene25 and Quaternary times, tectonic stresses in the Los Angeles Basin caused. Pub. Id: A () First Page: 35 Last Page: 79 Book Title: M Active Margin Basins Article/Chapter: Structural Geology and Tectonic Evolution of the Los Angeles Basin, California: Chapter 3: PART 1 Subject Group: Basin or Areal Analysis or Evaluation Spec. Pub. Type: Memoir Pub. Year: Author(s): Thomas L. Wright Abstract: The Los Angeles basin formed in late Neogene .
Estimates of Quaternary slip rate from studies near Los Angeles suggest about to mm/yr (Wesnousky , Freeman et al. , Grant et al. along the northern segments of the fault. Detailed subsurface structure contour maps and cross sections have shown the northern Los Angeles basin to be underlain by a south facing monocline that is complicated by secondary faults and folds. The monocline forms a structural shelf that marks the northern boundary of the Los Angeles central trough. The Anzi-Calvello Basin (ACB) is located south of Potenza ().It is a small Plio-Pleistocene basin that is elongated in a roughly ENE–WSW direction over a distance of about 10 km ().Previous work has mainly focused on the stratigraphy and geomorphology of the area (Amato and Cinque, , Amore et al., , Ciampo, ), and have referred to the ACB as a piggy-back basin (e.g. Patacca et al.  The Palos Verdes anticlinorium (PVA) is a 70 km‐wide, NW‐trending Pliocene‐Quaternary transpressional high that separates the onshore Los Angeles basin from the offshore San Pedro basin. The PVA southwest limb underlies a 70 km‐long SW facing seafloor escarpment. This escarpment is separated into two segments by a 6 km right step.