Supplemental material: Structure of the actively deforming fold-thrust belt of the St. Elias orogen with implications for glacial exhumation and three-dimensional tectonic processes
journal contributionposted on 2012-09-19, 00:00 authored by Terry L. Pavlis, James B. Chapman, Ronald L. Bruhn, Kenneth Ridgway, Lindsay L. Worthington, Sean P.S. Gulick, James Spotila
Geosphere, October 2012, v. 8, p. 991-1019, doi:10.1130/GES00753.1, Supplemental File 3 - Move (.mve) file that can be viewed using the free windows or Linux viewer available for download at http://www.mve.com/resources/downloads. Note that the .mve file shows a full three-dimensional (3D) representation of the line work in Plate 2 as well as more regional structures together with the deformed sections in Figure 11 and Plate 2 in their true 3D positions. This file contains different surface representations than Figure 9 through use of projected line work from the more detailed cross section in Plate 2, but both Figure 9 and this visualization illustrate the dramatic distinction in fold trends at different structural levels. Projected surfaces are labeled, but the color scheme is yellow—bedding surfaces in Yakataga Formation, dark blue—basal Yakataga angular unconformity, green—bedding surfaces in Kulthieth Formation, pale blue—Poul Creek–Kulthieth contact, and red—Malaspina fault.