Supplemental material: Holocene earthquakes and right-lateral slip on the left-lateral Darrington–Devils Mountain fault zone, northern Puget Sound, Washington
journal contributionposted on 12.11.2014, 00:00 by Stephen F. Personius, Richard W. Briggs, Alan R. Nelson, Elizabeth R. Schermer, J. Zebulon Maharrey, Brian L. Sherrod, Sarah A. Spaulding, Lee-Ann Bradley
Geosphere, December 2014, v. 10, p. 1482-1500, doi:10.1130/GES01067.1, Supplemental Table S2 - Numerical data used to determine origin of Riedel shears in Aplodontia and Springboard trenches. See Figure 12 in text for graphic presentation of tabular results in this supplement. Table S2A. Fault- and fracture-orientation data from Aplodontia and Springboard trenches. Table S2B. Published data (Harp et al., 2008) from Seattle area used to estimate angle of internal friction (φ) of faulted sediments in Aplodontia and Springboard trenches.