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The Everona fault is a Cenozoic, possibly Pliocene, tectonic structure that is superimposed on an older orogen-parallel shear zone called the Mountain Run fault zone in the Blue Ridge foothills of central Virginia (USA). The Everona fault was originally defined from an excavation in Orange County, Virginia, that uncovered an unconformity between highly weathered mylonitic rocks in the older Mountain Run fault zone, and an overlying colluvial and fluvial sequence of pebble gravel and massive, ferruginous loamy sand reminiscent of higher terrace deposits in the greater Rapidan River basin. This unconformity is faulted and the channel morphology of the sedimentary...

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