Evaluation of thrusting and folding of the Deadman Creek thrust fault, Sangre de Cristo Range, Saguache County, Colorado
The Deadman Creek Thrust Fault was mapped in a structural window on the west side of the Sangre de Cristo Range. The study area, located in southern Colorado, is a two square mile area halfway between the town of Crestone and the Great Sand Dunes National Park. The Deadman Creek Thrust Fault is the center of this study because it delineates the fold structure in the structural window. The fault is a northeast-directed low-angle thrust folded by subsequent additional compression. This study was directed at understanding the motion of the Deadman Creek Thrust Fault as affected by subsequent folding, ...
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Weigel, Jacob F.
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Characterizing the southwestern extent of the Norumbega fault system, a mid-Paleozoic crustal-scale strike-slip fault system in the New England Appalachians Author(s):Gentry, EmilieDate Issued:2018Format:born digital; masters thesesThe >300 km long, northeast-trending dextral transpressive Norumbega fault system in Maine and New Brunswick is defined by a tens of kilometers wide zone of multiple dextral shear zones. Based on published 40Ar/39Ar ...