Earthquake Ages and Displacements, Frazier Mountain Paleoseismic Site
The Frazier Mountain paleoseismic site is located on a poorly understood section of the southern San Andreas fault, mid-way between the well-known Carrizo Plain and Mojave sites of Bidart Fan and Pallett Creek. Emerging paleoseismic evidence indicates that earthquakes along this stretch repeat at a similar pace, with an average interval of - 122 years between AD. 1000 and 1857.
Scharer, K.M., Weldon, R.J., Gibson, B.C., and Streig, A.R., 2011, Earthquake ages and displacements, Frazier Mountain paleoseismic site, Abstract T51B-2324 presented at 2011 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 5-9 Dec.
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