Supplemental material: Paleoseismologic evidence for large-magnitude (Mw 7.5–8.0) earthquakes on the Ventura blind thrust fault: Implications for multifault ruptures in the Transverse Ranges of southern California
journal contributionposted on 15.09.2015 by Lee J. McAuliffe, James F. Dolan, Edward J. Rhodes, Judith Hubbard, John H. Shaw, Thomas L. Pratt
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Geosphere, October 2015, v. 11, p. 1629-1650, doi:10.1130/GES01123.1, Supplemental Figure S1 - Geologic map of the Ventura area showing fold scarp associated with the underlying Ventura fault (red polygon), and locations of high-resolution seismic-reflection profiles along Day Road (west) and Brookshire Avenue (east; blue lines; McAuliffe, 2014) and borehole/CPT locations (green and yellow circles). The Day Road transect is the only profile that extends across a late Holocene, active alluvial fan. The black dotted overlay shows the built up area of the City of Ventura. Map is modified from Sarna-Wojcicki et al. (1976).