Author: William R. Dickinson,Mihai Ducea,Lewis I. Rosenberg,H. Gary Greene
Publisher: Geological Society of Amer (May 30, 2005)
Category: Earth Sciences
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Current Publisher: Geological Society of America (1. 130). Lewis I. Rosenberg, H. Gary Greene, Joseph C. Clark, Gerald E. Weber, W. Gary Ernst, Earl E. Brabb, William R. Dickinson, Mihai Ducea, Stephan A. Graham, Steven Kidder. Published: 1 January 2005.
Current Publisher: Geological Society of America (1. by Geological Society of America. in Special Paper 391: Net Dextral Slip, Neogene San Gregorio-Hosgri Fault Zone, Coastal California: Geologic Evidence and Tectonic Implications. Special Paper 391: Net Dextral Slip, Neogene San Gregorio-Hosgri Fault Zone, Coastal California: Geologic Evidence and Tectonic Implications, Volume 391, pp 1-43; doi:10.
By: William R. Dickinson, Mihai N. Ducea, Lewis I. Gary Greene . Gary Greene, Stephan A. Graham, Joseph C. Weber, Steven Kidder, W. Gary Ernst, and Earl E. Brabb. San Gregorio–Hosgri slip rates over time are not well constrained, but were greater than at present during early phases of strike slip following fault initiation in late Miocene time. Onshore coastal segments of the San Gregorio–Hosgri fault include the Seal Cove and San Gregorio faults on the San Francisco Peninsula, and the Sur and San Simeon fault zones along the flank of the Santa Lucia Range.
Geologic Evidence and Tectonic Implications (Special Paper . by William R. Dickinson. Published May 30, 2005 by Geological Society of America Neogene.
Geologic Evidence and Tectonic Implications (Special Paper (Geological Society of America)). Published May 30, 2005 by Geological Society of America. Sandstone, Faults (Geology), Earthquake hazard analysis, Stratigraphic Geology. California, San Gregorio-Hosgri Fault, Pacific Coast, San Gregorio-Hosgri Fault (Calif.
Slip along upper crustal faults control stress distribution and subsequent faulting in overlying sedimentary rocks. The effect of weak upper crustal fault movements on basin-wide (regional) upper crustal flexure is looked at in two case studies on: 1) extensional tectonics in the Lake Tanganyika Rift Zone (East Africa); and 2) compressional tectonics in the Central System and Tajo Basin (Central Spain).
The San Gregorio-Hosgri fault is the major subsidiary strand of the San Andreas fault system in coastal California, where its .
The San Gregorio-Hosgri fault is the major subsidiary strand of the San Andreas fault system in coastal California, where its course is partly onshore and partly offshore. Understanding the path and amount of San Gregorio-Hosgri fault displacements is important for understanding the geologic history of California and seismic hazard along the California coast. This Special Paper summarizes evidence for 156 km of net San Gregorio-Hosgri fault slip based on an analysis of onshore and offshore geologic mapping supplemented by reappraisal of key geologic features offset by San Gregorio-Hosgri fault movements.
Constenius KN, Johnson RA, Dickinson WR, Williams TA (2000) Tectonic evolution of the Jurassic-Cretaceous Great Valley forearc, California: implications for the Franciscan thrust-wedge hypothesis. Geol Soc Am Bull 112:1703–1723CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Dickinson WR, Ducea M, Rosenberg LI, Greene HG, Graham SA, Clark JC, Weber GE, Kidder S, Ernst WG, Brabb EE (2005) Net dextral slip, Neogene San Gregorio-Hosgri fault zone, coastal California: geologic evidence and tectonic implications, Geological Society of America Special Paper 391Google Scholar.
Net dextral slip, Neogene San Gregorio-Hosgri fault zone, coastal California: Geologic evidence and tectonic implications. Geological Society of Amer, 2005. Late Cretaceous gravitational collapse of the southern Sierra Nevada batholith, California. AD Chapman, JB Saleeby, DJ Wood, A Piasecki, S Kidder, MN Ducea,. Geosphere 8 (2), 314-341, 2012. The distribution of radiogenic heat production as a function of depth in the Sierra Nevada Batholith, California. RJ Brady, MN Ducea, SB Kidder, JB Saleeby. Lithos 86 (3-4), 229-244, 2006.
Tectonic activity, on a range of scales, is a fundamental control on sedimentary activity. The range of structural deformation within a region extends from the plate tectonic scale, governing, for example, rift initiation, to the basin scale, with the formation of basinbounding faults. Internal basin configuration is also strongly influenced by tectonic activity.