Supplemental material: Rheological evolution of the Mount Meager 2010 debris avalanche, southwestern British Columbia
journal contributionposted on 17.03.2017, 00:00 by Gioachino Roberti, Pierre Friele, Benjamin van Wyk de Vries, Brent Ward, John J. Clague, Luigi Perotti, Marco Giardino
Geosphere, April 2017, v. 13, p. 369-390, doi:10.1130/GES01389.1, Supplemental File 8 - Sketch showing the inferred structural evolution of the west end of the plug. (A) First compressional ridges formed as the front started to decelerate. (B) The debris divided into different lobes, and strike-slip faults accommodated the differential motion. (C) This area stopped while the front was still moving. Normal faults accommodated the consequent extension. (D) Inset map of the west end of the plug. Extensional structures dominate this area.