Supplemental material: An integrated geophysical imaging of the upper-crustal features in the Harney Basin, southeast Oregon
journal contributionposted on 14.01.2015 by M. Khatiwada, G. Randy Keller
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Geosphere, February 2015, v. 11, p. 185-200, doi:10.1130/GES01046.1, Supplemental Figure 4 - Reduced-to-pole total magnetic intensity map of the study area in Figure A and a map of Harney Basin area in Figure B. The black polygon is the physiographic boundary of the Harney Basin. The black lines in Figure A represent mapped faults in the area. The magnetic anomalies related to Blue Mountain terranes, Western Snake River Plain (WRSP), Owyhee Plateau, and High Lava Plains (HLP) are identified. In Figure B, possible calderas within the northern Harney Basin and the Diamond Craters area are shown. The Steens Dikes (SD) are indicated by a pair of dashed black lines. File size is ~10 MB.