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 3 - Monashee reflection model 3: Triangulate irregular network (TIN) digital elevation model (DEM) of an arbitrary surface containing the two seismic traces of the Monashee reflection and the surface trace of the southwestern portion of the Thor-Odin high-strain zone (TOHZ). The overall surface is slightly angular, and there is no single well-defined axis due to the linear interpolation between data points. 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). File size is 4.0 MB.