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Geophysical Investigations of Southern Fish Lake Valley, Western Great Basin, California
Growth of the Cucomungo Canyon restraining bend along the Fish Lake Valley-Furnace Creek fault zone has resulted in localized uplift at the southern end of Fish Lake Valley in eastern California. This thesis is part of ...
The Determination of the Fracture Architecture and Deformational Behavior of the Fish Lake Valley Fault Zone, California: a Digital Approach Using Photorealistic Surface Mapping with Lidar
Located in the Eastern California Shear zone (ECSZ), the Fish Lake Valley fault zone (FLVFZ) is a 250 km right-lateral fault and the longest active structure of the ECSZ. It offsets Pre-Cenozoic monzonite and metasediments ...
Using infrared spectrometry to deduce fluid history from a geothermal energy exploration core at Emigrant Peak Geothermal Prospect, Northern Fish Lake Valley, Nevada, U.S.A.
The purpose of this study was to test the possibility of using infrared (IR) spectrometry in mineral identification from a core (EM 17-31), from the Emigrant Peak geothermal prospect in northern Fish Lake Valley, Nevada. ...
Gravity Analysis to Determine Geometry of Superposed Low-Angle Detachment and High-Angle Faults in the Western Silver Peak Range and Northern Fish Lake Valley, Nevada
Structures within the northern Eastern California shear zone (ECSZ) and central Walker Lane (CWL) are misaligned and have been kinematically linked since the mid-Miocene by a series of structural stepovers. Northwest ...
Two Periods of Miocene to Contemporary Flattening Strain During Displacement on a Low-Angle Detachment and on Superposed Curved High-Angle Faults, Volcanic Hills, Southwest Nevada
The Eastern California Shear Zone (ECSZ) and central Walker Lane (CWL) form part of a tectonic boundary zone separating the Sierra Nevada and the central Great Basin. The ECSZ and CWL are misaligned and were kinematically ...
Strain Implications for the Formation of Clastic Dikes During Synextensional Deposition of Miocene Volcanoclastic Rocks in the Volcanic Hills, Southwest Nevada
The Eastern California Shear Zone (ECSZ) and the Central Walker Lane (CWL) constitute a tectonic boundary zone that accommodates differential displacement between the Sierra Nevada and the central Great Basin. The ECSZ ...