Fault zones

Areas characterized by fractures in the Earth's crust. [Adapted from UGSG Circ 1048]
This category is also used for grabens and transform faults.
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Geologic map of the Hayward fault zone, Contra Costa, Alameda, and Santa Clara Counties, California: A digital database

This digital map database, compiled from previously open- filed U.S. Geological Survey reports (Graymer and others, 1994, Graymer, Jones, and Brabb, 1994) and unpublished data, represents the general distribution of rocks and faults in the Hayward faul

Digital geologic map of the Sandpoint 1- by 2-degree quadrangle, Washington, Idaho, and Montana

The geology of the Sandpoint 1:250,000 quadrangle, Washington, Idaho, and Montana was mapped by F.K. Miller, R.F. Burmester, D.M. Miller, and R.E. Powell between 1963 and 1995 onto a scale-stable 1:250,000 topographic map base and subsequently input into

Hydrostructural Maps of the Death Valley Regional Flow System, Nevada and California--Map A: Structural Framework, Neogene Basins, and Potentiometric Surface; Map B: Structural Framework, Earthquake Epicenters, and Potential Zones of Enhanced Hydraulic Conductivity

The locations of principal faults and structural zones that may influence ground-water flow were compiled in support of a three-dimensional ground-water model for the Death Valley regional flow system (DVRFS), which covers 80,000 square km in southwestern

Geology of Point Reyes National Seashore and Vicinity, California: A Digital Database

The Point Reyes Peninsula is a roughly triangular projection of the Marin County coast with an apex at Point Reyes and a base along Tomales Bay and the rift valley of the San Andreas fault zone. This fault zone forms the active tectonic boundary between