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Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico

Leland H. Gile

Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico

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Published by New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources, Available from The Bureau in Socorro .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • Organ Mountains Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Holocene.,
    • Faults (Geology) -- New Mexico -- Organ Mountains Region.,
    • Soils -- New Mexico -- Organ Mountains Region.,
    • Geology -- New Mexico -- Organ Mountains Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesOrgan Mountains fault.
      Statementby Leland H. Gile.
      SeriesCircular / New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources ;, 196, Circular (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 196.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.N6 A235 no. 196, QE699 A235 no. 196
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43 p. :
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2497740M
      LC Control Number87622894

      Late quaternary activity of the Laguna Salada fault in northern Baja California, Mexico The most recent event along the fault zone is probably the widely felt earth-quake of Febru At least 22 km lated northwest-trending mountain range in the southern Salton Trough (Fig. 1). This. Here I present a new Holocene geologic slip rate estimate from an offset alluvial fan complex along the Mission Creek fault at the Three Palms site in the Indio Hills. The correlation of offset fans precisely located from a satellite image, confirmed by field mapping and B4 LiDAR indicates that the Three Palms fan complex is offset ± Author: Muñoz Zapata, Juan José. Geomorphic Evaluation of a Late Peiocene to Early Holocene River Meander in the Desert Cahuilla 57 Desert Region. Tectonically, the study area is located between the San Jacinto Fault Zone to the west and San Andreas Fault Zone to the east. The nearest significant fault to the project area is the Clark Strand of the San Jacinto Fault Zone located. The Carrizo Plain (Obispeño: tšɨłkukunɨtš, "Place of the rabbits"; is a large enclosed grassland plain, approximately 50 miles (80 km) long and up to 15 miles (24 km) across, in southeastern San Luis Obispo County, California, about miles ( km) northwest of Los Angeles. It contains the ,acre (99, ha) Carrizo Plain National Monument, and it is the largest single native Location: San Luis Obispo & Kern counties, California.


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Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico by Leland H. Gile Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evidence for a late Holocene displacement along the Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico book Mountains fault is reported in this paper.

The fault, which may be one of the youngest in New Mexico, must have been accompanied by severe and extensive earthquake activity. Although New Mexico contains abundant evidence of faulting.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Leland H Gile. Gile, L.Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Google Scholar 20Cited by: The Organ Mountains are perhaps the most scenic mountains in New Mexico, and are also one of the most geologically and ecologically interesting areas in the desert southwest.

I plan to post a brief discussion on the geologic evolution of this fascinating area. Carried along with the river sediment was datable pumice clasts from the Jemez volcanic center in northern New Mexico. Aroundyears ago, Lake Cabeza de Vaca, like an overly full bathtub, spilled over its rim at El Paso, and northern Mexico was instantly robbed of a huge freshwater lake.

Gile, L.H.,Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico—A summary: New Mexico Geology, v. 8, no. 1, p. 1–4. Gile, L.H.,Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Circular43 p.

Request PDF | On Jan 1,Anastasia Steffen and others published Old Points in a New Place: Paleoindian Projectile Points of the Valles Caldera, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico | Find, read and. Holocene and Latest Pleistocene Oblique Dextral Faulting on the Southern Inyo Mountains Fault, Owens Lake Basin, California January Bulletin of the.

Soils, geomorphology, and multiple displacements along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Gile, L: Place Published: Socorro, NM: Publisher: New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources: Year: Keywords: Faults (Geology) – New Mexico – Organ Mountains Region, Geomorphology – New.

The Reelfoot fault is an east vergent, reverse fault underlying the Lake County uplift, a low‐amplitude, late Holocene anticline bordered on the east by the 32‐km‐long Reelfoot scarp. Fluvial deposits across the scarp define an 8‐m‐high, east facing by:   Although southern Apennines are characterized by the strongest crustal earthquakes of central-western Mediterranean region, local active tectonics is still poorly Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico book, at least for seismogenic fault-recognition is concerned.

Research carried out in the Maddalena Mts. (southeast of Irpinia, the region struck by the M w=, earthquake) indicates historical ruptures along a km-long Cited by: New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 57PLEISTOCENE VERTEBRATES FROM SOUTHEASTERN NEW MEXICOth Field Conference, Caves and Karst of Southeastern New Mexico,p.

PLEISTOCENE VERTEBRATES FROM SOUTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO GARY S. MORGAN AND SPENCER G. LUCAS New Mexico Museum of Natural History, Mountain File Size: 1MB. Article. Late Holocene tectonic land–level changes and tsunamis at Mitla lagoon, Guerrero, Mexico. Ramírez–Herrera 1 *, A. Cundy 2, V.

Kostoglodov 3, and M. Ortiz 4. 1 Centro de Investigaciones en Geografía Ambiental, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Campus Morelia, Michoacán, México.

* Corresponding author: [email protected] 2 School of Environment and. Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico - a summary. N.M. Geol. 8, Gile, L.H., Hawley, J.W, Grossman, R.B., Soils and geomorphology in the Basin and Range area of southern New Mexico - Guidebook to the Desert by: Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico.

New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Circular ) support the classification. Data from five additional sites in the same report also illustrate Holliday soils. Updated competing series section 3/13/08, CEM. Late Holocene Displacement Along The Organ Mountains Fault In Southern New Mexico.

New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Circular ) support the classification. Data from pedons at two additional sites in the same report also illustrate Baylor soils.

(A) Google Earth view looking east of the northern Franklin Mountains in southern New Mexico. The terraces can be seen extending from the mountain front and are dissected by intermittent streams to produce terrace toes.

Image is from approximately °N, °W. (B) View looking north of the west side of the Franklin by: 1. Little is known about Holocene sea level along the southern Pacific coasts of Mexico.

During the late Quaternary (stages 5a/c and 5e, 82/ and ka, respectively), two sea-level maxima have been de-scribed for NW Mexico; but evidence of only one transgression, which occurred after the sea level maximum (stage 5e), is distinguished in the Baja.

GPS Uncovers Possible Southwest Quake Risk. apart along fault lines. Sinking in one place is often accompanied by uplift along boundaries of the grabens—the striking Organ Mountains Author: Crystal Gammon.

Buy Soils and geomorphology in the basin and range area of southern New Mexico: guidebook to the desert project by Leland H. Gile, John W. Hawley, Robert Bruce Grossman online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.

Shop now. Start studying ACA 6th Grade History Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Holocene Fire Frequency and Climate Change at Rio Rubens Bog, Southern Patagonia Deglacial paleoclimate of the American sector of the Southern Ocean: Late Glacial-Holocene records from the latitude of Canal Beagle (55°S), Argentine Tierra del Fuego.

T., Veblen, T.T., and Villalba, R. Climatic influences on fire regimes along a Cited by:   Early Holocene evidence of communities dominated by Douglas fir, Rocky Mountain juniper, and limber pine in the San Juan Basin calls for revision of traditional constructs based on fossil pollen.

Middle and late Holocene vegetation in the canyon was pinyon-juniper woodland up until Anasazi occupation between and years by: The fault trace, trench location, and major Quaternary surfaces in the vicinity of the trench are shown on a topographic map in Figure 3.

Displacement on the HFT has produced an 8 m scarp in young alluvium across the mouth of Marbang Korong Creek (Fig. Longer term displacement along. Late Holocene displacement along the Organ Mountains fault in southern New Mexico — a summary Gile, L.H.

Soils and geomorphology in the Basin and Range area of southern New Mexico — Guidebook to the Desert Project. Fault map of the southern San Andreas Fault (SAF) system in the vicinity of San Gorgonio Pass.

Late Quaternary fault slip rates have been determined at Plunge Creek [McGill et al., ] and Wilson Creek [Harden and Matti, ] along the San Bernardino strand and. RI Quaternary Faults within Intermontane Basins of Northwest Trans-Pecos Texas and Chihuahua, Mexico, by E.

Collins and J. Raney. 59 p., 31 figs., 2 tables Price: $ New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 58UNUSUAL HOLOCENE ALLUVIAL RECORD FROM RIO DEL OSOth Field Conference, Geology of the Jemez Mountains Region II,p. INTRODUCTION The Rio del Oso is a near-permanent stream fed by snow melt, rainfall, and numerous springs in the Jemez Mountains of north.

The history of the Rio Grande, the axial river of the southern Rio Grande rift, New Mexico, may be divided into an aggradational phase (∼ 5 to ∼ Ma), during which time about m of fluvial sediment was deposited in eight basins, and a degradational phase (∼ Ma to present), when the river alternately incised and partially backfilled its basins.

Reversal magnetostratigraphy. and elevation values, we analyzed the age, elevation, and socioecology ofJ. deppeana along a transect from m to m elevation on the east slope of the Organ Mountains, New Mexico. For trees established beforethere has been an 80 m upward displacement of their lower treeline whereas younger trees have not experienced a similar die.

The Caballo Mountains, (Spanish: "horse") are a mountain range located in Sierra and Doña Ana Counties, New Mexico, United range is located east of the Rio Grande and Caballo Lake, and west of the Jornada del Muerto; the south of the range extends into northwest Doña Ana nearest towns are Truth or Consequences and Hatch.

Most of the Caballo Mountains are located on Coordinates: 32°57′47″N °13′50″W / °N. Offshore faults west of Point Dume, southern California, are part of an important regional fault system that extends for about km, from near the city of Los Angeles westward along the south flank of the Santa Monica Mountains and through the northern Channel Islands.

This boundary fault system separates the western Transverse Ranges, on the north, from the California Continental Borderland. Holocene geologic slip rate for the Mission Creek fault at the Three Palms site in the Indio Hills Juan J.

Munoz, Whitney M. Behr, Warren D. Sharp, Rosemarie Fryer, & Peter O. Gold Submitted AugSCEC Contribution #, SCEC Annual Meeting Poster # Geology of the northern part of the San Mateo Mountains, Socorro County, New Mexico: a study of a rhyolite ash-flow tuff cauldron and the role of laminar flow in ash-flow tuffs: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Deal, E: Place Published: Albuquerque, NM: Publisher: University of New Mexico.

The Maacama fault is the northward continuation of the Hayward–Rodgers Creek fault system and creeps at a rate of ± mm/yr (averaged over the last 20 years) in Willits, California. Our paleoseismic studies at Haehl Creek suggest that the Maacama fault has produced infrequent large earthquakes in addition to creep.

Fault terminations observed in several excavations provide evidence that Cited by: 6. Anthropogenic Burning on the Central California Pdf in Late Holocene and Early Historical Times by about AD –, a set of practices consistent with an anthropogenic management system in which areas between the Coast Range foothills and.Redwine, and D.

G. Sutherland (). Late Quaternary dextral slip rate of the Kekerengu fault: New Zealand’s third fastest on-land fault, New Zealand GeoSciences Society Conference, Wanaka, New Zealand, GeoSciences Society of New Zealand, Miscellaneous Publication A, 89 pp.Journal of Geodynamics 40 () – Ebook Holocene morphogenic earthquakes along the Albox fault, Betic Cordillera, Spain E.

Masanaa,∗,` a, H. Pereaa, M. Ortuno˜ a, J.J. Mart´ınez-D ´ıazb, E. Garc´ıa-Mel endez´ c, P. Santanacha a Department Geodin`amica i Geof´ısica, Universitat de Barcelona, Zona Universitaria de Pedralbes, Barcelona, Spain.