Supplemental Material: Three-dimensional shape and structure of the Susitna basin, south-central Alaska, from geophysical data
figureposted on 27.05.2020 by A.K. Shah, et al.
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Figure S1 showing locations of magnetic high-low anomalies that exhibit total gradient highs, numbered 1–3 as described in the text with: (A) simplified surface geology (colors as in Fig. 2), arrow marks an area near metavolcanic rock described as Triassic to Pennsylvanian? by Wilson et al. (2015); (B) reduced-to-pole magnetic field; and (C) total gradient and thick black lines delineate faults interpreted in this study and by Haeussler and Saltus (2011).