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Map showing a deep-tow geophysical study of the north end of the San Clemente Fault, California Borderland

January 1, 1994

A deep-tow geophysical study of a small ridge along the north end of the San Clemente fault, informally termed Kimki Ridge by Arne Junger and J.G. Vedder (unpub. data, 1979), was conducted in April 1976 using the R/V Melville of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The purpose of the survey was to search for evidence of active faulting along the north-ward extension of the San Clemente fault, a major structural feature in the California Borderland (fig. 1). 

Citation Information

Publication Year 1980
Title Map showing a deep-tow geophysical study of the north end of the San Clemente Fault, California Borderland
DOI 10.3133/mf1230
Authors George A. Ford, William R. Normark
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Series Title Miscellaneous Field Studies Map
Series Number 1230
Index ID mf1230
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization