Seismotectonic Investigations, Stewart Mountain Dam, Salt River Project, Arizona
The Sugarloaf fault is a slightly arcuate, northwest-southeast trending fault located near the junction of Mesquite Wash and Sycamore Creek. The fault was identified by Fugro (1981), which considered the fault in itsMCE analysis for Stewart Mountain Dam because of the evidence for possible Quaternary activity along the structure.
Anderson, L.W., Piety, L.A., and Hansen, R.A., 1986, Seismotectonic investigations, Stewart Mountain Dam, Salt River Project, Arizona: U. S. Bureau of Reclamation Seismotectonic Report 86-2, 41 p.
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