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Structural analysis of basin margin laramide folding and fault reactivation in the south-central Wind River Basin, Schoettlin Mountain quadrangle, Fremont County, Wyoming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
. Geologic mapping of the southernmost, up-plunge end of these basin-margin fold structures shows the region to be divided into two structurally distinct zones: a northern zone containing Sheep Mountain anticline (ShMA) and a southern zone containing...
Laramide stress conditions and deformation mechanisms during the formation of Hudson and Dallas Domes, Lander Quadrangle, Wind River Mountains, Lander, Wyoming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
of the Wind River Mountains. The study involved geologic mapping of surface deformation, collecting and analyzing fault and fracture orientation data, and deducing the folds deformation geometry, folding mechanisms, and associated stresses. Mapping and well...
Late-stage N-S shortening and fold offset during Laramide deformation along the southeastern margin of the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
in the northern and southern terminations of SMA. Results from geologic mapping and structural analysis of deformation features in the northern closure of SMA, balanced cross-sections, fracture analysis, and a 2-D seismic reflection and refraction experiment...
Analysis of quaternary faults and associated deformation of sedimentary basin fill : inner continental borderland of southern California
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
-penetration industry multi-channel seismic reflection data (MCS) as well as high resolution U.S. Geological Survey MCS, indicates that many of the offshore faults are more geometrically continuous than previously reported including Newport-Inglewood (NI)-San Mateo...
Structural geology and tectonics of the paleoproterozoic rocks of the Mount Rushmore Quadangle, Black Hills, Souh Dakota
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
The Paleoproterozoic assembly of Laurentia occurred between ̃1.96 to 1.70 Ga, and continued with the accretion of island arc terranes until about 1.63 Ga. The Black Hills, South Dakota lie along the eastern margin of the ...
Laramide stress conditions and deformation mechanisms during the formation of Derby and Dallas Domes, Weiser Pass Quadrangle, Wind River Mountains, Wyoming
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
echelon alignment, includes Dallas Dome, Derby Dome, and Sheep Mountain anticline - referred to here as the DDS fold line. Geologic mapping and structural analysis of the DDS support a regional NE-SW shortening direction of 6̃0/240⁰. However, progressive...