3 edition of Quaternary fault map of Utah found in the catalog.
Quaternary fault map of Utah
Larry Wade Anderson
Bibliography: p. 28-35.
|Statement||by Larry W. Anderson and Darryl G. Miller.|
|Contributions||Miller, Darryl G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE606.5.U6 A52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||80113749|
Get this from a library! Surficial geologic map of an area along the Wasatch fault zone in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. [William E Scott; R R Shroba; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The Quaternary fault and fold data for the United States has relied heavily on the past contributions, and on new efforts by State geological surveys and the U.S. Geological Survey. The most recent effort began in in support of the International Lithosphere Program (ILP), which formed Working Group II2.
Publication date Series Open-file report ; Note "This project was funded jointly by the Colorado Geological Survey, the U.S. Geological Survey National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program, Award No. HQ, and the Colorado Office of Emergency Management. This report is an online version of Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (NBMG) Map , Quaternary Faults in Nevada, published in Map is available on the NBMG website Publication Sales page or the direct publication page, and is an updated depiction of data from the U.S. Geological Survey’s Quaternary Fault and Fold Database for the Publish Year:
The Hayward Fault is restless. On Monday evening (May 14), there was a magnitude earthquake along the fault centered just east of Oakland. It comes just over four months after a magnitude quake along the fault near Berkeley. The Hayward Fault runs through the East Bay from San Pablo Bay in the north. Quaternary Geology Map of Connecticut and Long Island Sound Basin – state map with map pamphlet report (PDF, 56 Mb) GIS Metadata - Contains technical documentation describing the Quaternary Geology data and the data sources, process steps, and standards used to collect, digitize, and store this information in a geographic information system.
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Background. The Map has its origins in the first statewide compilations of Quaternary faults and folds in Utah by Anderson and Miller () and Hecker (). Hecker’s comprehensive database was updated and expanded in (Black and others, ) as Utah’s contribution to the development of the Quaternary Fault and Fold Database of the United States by the U.S.
naryFaults represents The Utah Geological Survey Quaternary Fault and Fold Database and Map of Utah. This data is a compilation of existing information on faults and fault-related folds considered to be potential earthquake sources (i.e., “active” faults and folds).
An online map of United States Quaternary faults (faults that have been active in the last million years) is available via the Quaternary Fault and Fold Database. There is an interactive map application to view the faults online and a seperate database search function.
KML (Google Earth-type) files and GIS shape files are also available for. By JP on Utah Geological Survey Releases New Interactive Fault Map.
This article will take 1 minute to read. The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) has made the Utah Quaternary Fault and Fold Database available through a new interactive web application on the UGS database contains information on faults and fault-related folds considered to be. Salt Lake City (Sept.
21, ) – The Utah Geological Survey (UGS), University of Utah Seismograph Stations (UUSS), and Utah Division of Emergency Management (UDEM) recently published the Utah Earthquakes (–) and Quaternary Fault Map (UGS Map ). The new map shows earthquakes within and surrounding Utah from toand.fault should be more continuous than discontinuous and mapping is accurate at.
From the Map Explanation: “ This map shows earthquakes known to have occurred within and surrounding Utah from through December and mapped Quaternary faults considered to be earthquake sources.
The faults shown on the map have been sources of large earthquakes (about magnitude or greater) during the Quaternary Period.
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Utah Earthquakes () and Quaternary Faults. $ A collector's guide to rock mineral & fossil localities of Utah. $ Fault Trace Mapping and Surface-Fault-Rupture Special.
Sevier Desert in east-central Millard County, Utah. With a few exceptions, the Quaternary geology of wester n Utah has not been mapped in as much detail as the pre-Cenozoic rocks in the region. This report is one of the first attempts to map in a systematic way the.
paleoseismic history of the Wasatch fault zone. Although the current understanding of the Wasatch fault zone is incom plete, this map should help identify key sites for further detailed studies of the fault's history.
The Wasatch fault zone in Utah Valley has been the sub ject of many geologic studies (for example, Hunt and others,Cited by: EARTHQUAKE FAULT MAP OF A PORTION OF CACHE COUNTY, UTAH Explanation Latest Quaternary fault (where fault movement has occurred in the p years) - Most likely to generate future earthquakes.
Quaternary fault (15, -1, years) 0 Cities ^m Water Bodies Map Location This map is for general reference only. Guidelines for the compilation of the Quaternary fault and fold maps for the United States were pub lished by Haller and others ( #) at the onset of this project.
The compilation of Quaternary surface faulting and folding in Wyoming and adjacent bordering parts of Montana, Idaho, and Utah is the sixth. The model's loss estimates are based on a scenario earthquake on a fault in an area of interest. This revised Hazus Utah fault database provides parameters for scenario earthquakes on significant Utah Quaternary-active faults statewide and for.
The most-recent prehistoric event on the fault produced a total displacement of m; the earthquake produced a maximum vertical displacement of m. The recurrence-interval and slip-rate estimates for the Hansel Valley fault reflect the consensus values of the Utah Quaternary Fault Parameters Working Group (Lund, #).
As of Januthe USGS maintains a limited number of metadata fields that characterize the Quaternary faults and folds of the United States. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to the interactive fault map.
Newport-Inglewood-Rose Canyon fault zone, Silver Strand section (Class A) No. g Last Review Date: Through a visual and analytical examination, this week’s Map of the Week explores the spatial relationship between recorded epicenters and fault locations while visualizing where epicenter density is highest throughout Utah.
#MapMonday. Examining Correlations Between Earthquake Epicenters & Quaternary Faults Throughout Utah. 2) Click a point on the map, this will be the left side of the cross-section.
3)Click a second point on the map, this will be the right side of the cross-section. 4) Drag square on line to include events to plot. 5) Select plot type. To reduce load times, the list is not rendered for large queries.
The red polygon is the reporting region for. Earthquake Database for Utah Geological Survey Map Utah Earthquakes (–) and Quaternary Faults OPEN-FILE REPORT UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY a division of UTAH DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES by Walter J.
Arabasz, Relu Burlacu, and James C. Pechmann University of Utah Seismograph Stations J File Size: KB. This report is a compilation of available data on Quaternary faults in Arizona as of the summer of These data were compiled as part of a effort to compile data and map information on Quaternary faults throughout the world, which is being overseen by Michael Machette of the U.S.
Geological Survey. hurricane fault in southwestern utah 45 chapter 3. paleoseismology of the southern anderson junction section of the hurricane fault, northwestern arizona and southwestern utah 81 chapter 4.
late quaternary faulting on the whitmore canyon section of the hurricane fault, northwestern arizona 99 references cited appendicesFile Size: 3MB. The map is based on the most recent USGS models for the conterminous U.S.
(), Hawaii (), and Alaska (). The models are based on seismicity and fault-slip rates, and take into account the frequency of earthquakes of various magnitudes. Locally, the hazard may be greater than shown, because site geology may amplify ground motions.Title: Quaternary faults in Nevada Author: Craig M.
dePolo Year: Series: Map Version: Format: 39 x 43 inches, color Scale:A ,scale map of Quaternary faults in Nevada featuring age of last rupture and movement type, explanatory text, photos, graphics, and one table. Free download for interactive version.Regional Quaternary fault map of central Utah showing location of the Oquirrh fault zone (modified from Hecker, ).
S.S. Ölig etal. / Geomorphology 10 () Fig. 2. Map of the Oquirrh fault showing trench site locations: PC - Pole Canyon; BC - Big Canyon (modified from Barnhard and Dodge, ).Cited by: 7.