Supplemental material: Deformation and structure in the Chugach metamorphic complex, southern Alaska: Crustal architecture of a transpressional system from a down plunge section
journal contributionposted on 22.07.2011 by Mitchell R. Scharman, Terry L. Pavlis, Erik M. Day, Lel, J. O'Driscoll
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Geosphere, August 2011, v. 7, p. 992-1012, doi:10.1130/GES00646.1, Plate 5 - PDF file of cross sections for the western CMC. Cross-section locations are shown in Figure 2. (1) Cross section of the Richardson Highway transect, modified from Pavlis et al. (2003). This transect represents the structurally highest portion of the down-plunge succession of the CMC. Note the dramatic change in structural characteristics between Domain 1 and 2. (2) Cross-section A-A′ for the West Copper River transect. (3) Cross-section B-B′ for the Tebay Lake transect. (4) Cross-section C-C′ for the Bear Creek transect. (5) Cross-section D-D′ spanning the Harry's Gulch transect and the western portion of the Fan Glacier/Bremner Glacier transect. (6) Cross-section E-E′ for the eastern portion of the Fan Glacier/Bremner Glacier transect. (7) Cross-section F-F′ for the Turtle Rocks Creek transect. (8) Cross-section G-G′ for the Wernicke Glacier transect. Modified from Pavlis and Sisson (2003). File size is 1.2 MB.