Three-Dimensional Excavation and Recent Rupture History along the Cholame Segment of the San Andreas Fault
A paleoseismic study conducted along the Cholame segment of the San Andreas fault provides evidence for three earthquakes and the amount of lateral offset for the most recent event (1857 Fort Tejon earthquake).
Young, J.J., Arrowsmith, JR., Colini, L., Grant, L.B., and Gootee, B., 2002, 3-D excavation and measurement of recent rupture history along the Cholame segment of the San Andreas Fault: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 92, p. 2,670-2,688.
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