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 2015-09-15, 00:00 authored by Lee J. McAuliffe, James F. Dolan, Edward J. Rhodes, Judith Hubbard, John H. Shaw, Thomas L. Pratt
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).