FOP 2012 stop, Honey Lake fault, Doyle, CA

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Compiled by: Gordon G. Seitz

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Abstract

The Honey Lake fault system (HLFS) strikes north-northwestward across Long Valley near Doyle, CA and is part of a network of active, dextral strike-slip faults in the northern Walker Lane (Figure 1). Geologic investigations of a right-laterally offset terrace riser along the north bank of Long Valley Creek, which we refer to as site 1 (Figure 2), indicate a latest Quaternary slip rate of 1.1-2. 6 mm/yr [Wills and Borchardt, 1993] and 1.7 ± 0.6 mm/yr [Turner and others, 2008] (Table 1). These studies also document evidence of at least four post-6.8 ka surface-rupturing earthquakes at this site.

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Publication type Book chapter
Publication Subtype Book Chapter
Title FOP 2012 stop, Honey Lake fault, Doyle, CA
Year Published 2012
Language English
Publisher Friends of the Pleistocene
Contributing office(s) Geologic Hazards Science Center
Description 11 p.
Larger Work Type Book
Larger Work Subtype Monograph
Larger Work Title Guidebook: neotectonics of the Lake Tahoe and Carson and Sierra Valleys, F.O.P. 2012 - Sept. 13-16: friends of the Pleistocene Pacific cell meeting
First page 259
Last page 269
Country United States
State California
City Doyle
Other Geospatial Honey Lake Fault
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