Crustal structure and tectonics from the Los Angeles basin to the Mojave Desert, southern California
G.S. Fuis, T. Ryberg, N.J. Godfrey, D.A. Okaya, and J.M. Murphy 2001 Geology v. 29, n. 1, p. 15-18.

A seismic refraction and low-fold reflection survey, known as the Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment (LARSE), was conducted along a transect extending from Seal Beach, California, to the Mojave Desert, crossing the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley basins and San Gabriel Mountains. The chief result of this survey is an interpreted cross section that addresses a number of questions regarding the crustal structure and tectonics of southern California that have been debated for decades and have important implications for earthquake hazard assessment.

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Subject: Environmental Science:Natural Hazards:Earthquakes, Geoscience:Geology:Tectonics, Structural Geology:Regional Structural/Tectonic Activity, Geophysics and Structural Geology, Geoscience:Geology:Geophysics:Exploration Methods:Reflection, Geoscience:Geology:Structural Geology:Folds/Faults/Ductile Shear Zones
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Research Results, Journal Article
Special Interest: HazardsKeywords: crustal structure, tectonics, continental margin, mountain building, southern California