Supplemental material: Active structures of the Himalayan-Tibetan orogen and their relationships to earthquake distribution, contemporary strain field, and Cenozoic volcanism
journal contributionposted on 01.06.2009 by Michael Taylor, An Yin
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Geosphere, June 2009, v. 5, p. 199-214, doi:10.1130/GES00217.1, ArcGIS Files - This zip file contains an ArcGIS (geographic information system) shape file for active structures (normal, reverse, thrust, right-slip, and left-slip faults; anticlines and synclines) related to the India-Asia collision zone. The file can be unpacked using any standard decompression software (e.g., Winzip). The digitized structures are decorated using a standard set of symbols developed by Eric Cowgill at the University of California at Davis. A four-digit attribute code is used to classify fault contacts and fold axes using a standard set of map symbols provided in the file GPSec.style. Standard decompression software directions for downloading the Arc style file and implementing the mapping symbology in ArcGIS can be found beginning in section 2 of the manual provided by the University of California at Davis, W.M. Keck Center for Active Visualization in the Earth Sciences (KeckCAVES): http://keckcaves.geology.ucdavis.edu/software/RIMSG3/MANUALS/RIMS_Manual_v1b.pdf.