The Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault (published by Thule Scientific and distributed by Sunbelt Publications) allows one to get up close and personal to the San Andreas Fault.
Author: David K. Lynch
Publisher: David Lynch
The Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault (published by Thule Scientific and distributed by Sunbelt Publications) allows one to get up close and personal to the San Andreas Fault. See and touch the world's most famous fault on one of twelve easy day trips between Cape Mendocino and the Mexican Border. The book includes over 200 full-color photographs and illustrations, mile-by-mile road logs, GPS coordinates for hundreds of fault features, accurate fault coordinates to within 100 feet, complete geologic explanations, and a glossary. Many of the annotated routes have side trips to seldom visited locales. The day trips are designed to be relaxing, leading to uncrowded areas with spectacular scenery, perfect for family getaways. No off-road vehicle is needed.
field. guide. to. the. central,. creeping. section. of. the. San. Andreas. fault. and.
the. San. Andreas. Fault. Observatory. at. Depth. Michael J. Rymer Stephen H.
Hickman Philip W. Stoffer U.S. Geological Survey, 345 Middlefield Road, Menlo
Author: Carol S. Prentice
Publisher: Geological Society of America
The twenty field trip guides in this volume represent the work of earthquake professionals from the earth science, engineering, and emergency management communities. The guides were developed to cross the boundaries between these professions, and thus reflect this diversity: trips focus on the built environment, the effects of the 1906 earthquake, the San Andreas fault, and other active faults in northern California.
A Guidebook to Tracing the Fault on Public Lands in the San Francisco Bay
Region Philip Ward Stoffer ... National Audubon Society , 1981 , Field guide to
North American seashore creatures : New York : Alfred A . Knopf , Inc . , 813 p .
Sieh , K.E. , and Wallace , R.E. , 1987 , The San Andreas fault at Wallace Creek ,
San Luis Obispo County , California : Geological Society of America , Cordilleran
Section Centennial Field Guide , p . 233,238 . Steinbrugge , K.V. , and Zacher ...
Author: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Category: San Andreas Fault (Calif.)
An overview of the history, geology, geomorphology, geophysics, and seismology of the most well known plate tectonic boundary in the world.
Author: Ernest M. DuebendorferPublish On: 2008-01-01
Crowell, J.C., 1975, Geologic sketch of the Orocopia Mountains, southeastern
California, in Crowell, J.C., ed., San Andreas fault in southern California: A guide
to San Andreas fault from Mexico to Carrizo Plain: California Division of Mines
Author: Ernest M. Duebendorfer
Publisher: Geological Society of America
Papers from the 2008 combined Cordilleran and Rocky Mountain Sections meeting of the Geological Society of America provide background information and road logs for 11 field trips in Nevada, Arizona, and California. Field trips span the geological record from the Ediacaaran (late Neoproterrozoic) to the Holocene. The field trips highlight features of tectonics, paleontology, volcanism, and glaciation. B&w and color photos and maps are included. There is no subject index. Duebendorfer is affiliated with Northern Arizona University. Smith is affiliated with the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
Author: Geological Society of America / Decade of North American Geology ProjectPublish On: 1987
Roadcut exposure of the San Andreas fault zone along the Antelope Valley
Freeway near Palmdale , California Allan G . Barrows , California Division of
Mines and Geology , 107 S . Broadway , Room 1065 , Los Angeles , California
Author: Geological Society of America / Decade of North American Geology Project
They can occur almost anywhere in the state, since extensive systems of fault
lines run the length of California. The most familiar of these fault lines are the San Andreas Fault, which runs north from southern California through San Francisco
Author: John C. Kricher
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
A detailed guide brings to life the beauty, inhabitants, and various kinds of trees and plants of the Sierra Nevada forests, the California forests, the Pacific Northwest forests, and the boreal forests of Canada and Alaska. Original.
And earthquakes shake the San Andreas Fault as the Pacific plate bears western
California north. Africa pushing under Europe forms a volcanic island arc in the
Aegean and once raised Italy's volcanic Etna and Vesuvius. A rift broadens from
Author: David Lambert
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Presents an illustrated field guide to geology that explains the evolution of the Earth.
12 Fig. role of Salinian Block in Evolution of San Andreas Fault System,
California' Abstract Discrepancies in right-lateral strike-slip separation of pre-
Tertiary and Tertiary geologic features along the northern San Andreas fault give
rise to two ...
Author: American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Pacific SectionPublish On: 1971
Р Summary Field Trip Guide Pamphlet DET San Andreas Fault - San Francisco
Peninsula 33+ Pacific Section AAPG Field Trip February 5 , 1971 MORNING
LEADER , R.D. Brown , Jr. , U.S. Geological Survey Buses leave San Francisco
Author: American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Pacific Section
Proceedings of Conference on Geologic Problems of San Andreas Fault System .
Stanford Univ . Pubs . in Geol . Science . vol . 11 . Symposium volume containing
forty - seven papers that deal broadly with the San Andreas fault system and ...
Author: South Coast Geological SocietyPublish On: 1989
Reprinted from Geological Society of America Centennial Field Guide -
Cordilleran Section , 1987 The San Andreas fault at Wallace Creek , San Luis
Obispo County , California Kerry Sieh , Division of Geological and Planetary
Just beyond State College Parkway , and 12 mile away at 1:30 o'clock is a
narrow linear ridge , presumably a thin slice between parallel faults . We are
obliquely approaching the San Andreas fault which lies along the base of the
The latest phase involves the emergence of the modern San Andreas fault
between 5 to 4 Ma which linked the southern Gulf of California spreading zone to
the nothern Mendocino ... 133-136 in Hill , M.L. , editor , Centennial field guide , v
Author: National Association of Geology Teachers. Far Western Section. Fall MeetingPublish On: 1993
... Oblique map of the Loma Prieta earthquake of October 17 , 1989 , showing the
motion that occurred on the San Andreas fault . Courtesy of U . S . Geological
Survey . HI DMG RELEASES ADDENDUM TO Geologic Field Guide Along the.
Author: National Association of Geology Teachers. Far Western Section. Fall Meeting
Gorman Ridge lies within the San Andreas fault zone , here several miles wide .
However , the line of most recent displacement , 1857 , lies within a trench or
seam along the southwest base of the ridge . Clumps of green trees mark wet
San Andreas Fault in southern California, a guide to San Andreas Fault from
Mexico to Carrizo Plain. (137) No. 2. ... A field guide to Cenozoic deformation
along the Sierra Nevada Province and Basin and Range boundary. (140) No. 5.
A Guidebook To : 1 ) Parkfield and the San Andreas Fault in the Eastern San Luis
Obispo County , California ; 2 ) Quaternary Deformation of ... Earthquake Country
- Field Guide for Teacher's Workshop North Segment of San Andreas Fault .