Supplemental material: The Monashee reflection: Re-examination of a Lithoprobe crustal-scale seismic reflection in the southern Canadian Cordillera
journal contributionposted on 01.02.2007 by Stefan Kruse, Paul F. Williams
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Geosphere, February 2007, v. 3, p. 26-41, doi: 10.1130/GES00049.1. Animation 1 - Monashee reflection model 1: Cylindrical plunging surface with an axis parallel to section 6 (plunging 24° toward 188°). Surface trace roughly coincides with the shape of the Thor-Odin high-strain zone but is offset geographically. Lithoprobe seismic profiles 6 and 7-9 are projected as bent surfaces to honor major bends in the acquisitions lines. The surface compilation map (Kruse et al., 2004) is draped over a digital terrain model (DTM created from 1:20,000 British Columbia Terrain Resource Information Management Program topography data). The digital elevation models of the Monashee reflection are projected up-plunge to intersect the surface geology. File size is 4.0 MB.