Supplemental material: Stratigraphy and structural development of the southwest Isla Tiburón marine basin: Implications for latest Miocene tectonic opening and flooding of the northern Gulf of California
journal contributionposted on 01.07.2015, 00:00 authored by Scott E.K. Bennett, Michael E. Oskin, Rebecca J. Dorsey, Alexander Iriondo, Michael J. Kunk
Geosphere, August 2015, v. 11, p. 977-1007, doi:10.1130/GES01153.1, Figure 2 - Large-format map plate of Figure 2. Geologic map of southwest Isla Tiburón (SWIT; scale 1:5,000; UTM—Universal Transverse Mercator, WGS84—World Geodetic System 1984). New and previously published geochronologic sample locations and isotopic ages shown. SS—sandstone; congl.—conglomerate; approx.—approximately. Printed map sheet is 36″ tall, 48″ wide (∼91 cm × 122 cm).