Bay Area 3D Geologic Map Cross-Sections

Bob Jachens, Russ Graymer, Carl Wentworth, Bob Simpson, SF06 Simulation Project

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A 3D geologic map is paired with a series of cross-sections to examine the geologic formations underlying San Francisco. The cross-sections include illustrations of faults and how they relate the surface as well as San Francisco's underlying structure. The maps were compiled as part of a USGS project to simulate the 1906 earthquake.

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Keywords: map, earthquake, san francisco, 1906, cross-sections, geologic map