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Journal Article
Published: 03 April 2019
Seismological Research Letters (2019) 90 (5): 1748-1755.
... and processing of TsuJal geophysical data. Bathymetric data show major seafloor structures related to two basins (Tres Marías and TsuJal), one canyon (Cocodrilo Canyon), and an uplift structure with a north–south trend (Sierra de Cleofas [SC]). Seismic data reveal a compressional regime related to the movement...
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Journal Article
Published: 16 December 2015
Seismological Research Letters (2016) 87 (1): 59-72.
... or morphological evidences were found to suggest the BC is a continuation of the Vallarta graben. Offshore, the Sierra de Cleofas, located south of María Cleofas Island, marks the limit between the RP and the JB along 100 km. It may be the result of the RP pushing against the JB establishing the beginning...
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(a) High‐resolution bathymetry southern area of María <b>Cleofas</b> Island, showi...
Published: 16 December 2015
Figure 6. (a) High‐resolution bathymetry southern area of María Cleofas Island, showing the Sierra de Cleofas, traverse profiles across de Sierra, and the RTSIM03 profile. (b) Traverse profiles 1, 2, 3, and 4. (c) Detailed bathymetry of RTSIM03 profile with OBS location. (d) Traverse of profile
Journal Article
Published: 07 February 2018
Seismological Research Letters (2018) 89 (2A): 363-372.
... delineated by the seismicity. Núñez‐Cornú et al. (2016) show the existence of a tectonic feature south of Maria Cleofas island, the Sierra de Cleofas (SC). This 100‐km‐long structure is oriented north–south and marks the limit between the RP and the JB, possibly arising from compression by the RP...
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Journal Article
Published: 07 August 2019
Seismological Research Letters (2019) 90 (5): 1767-1778.
... mechanism using three earthquakes indicated normal fault on a plane in agreement with the epicentral alignment (Fig.  6b ). In the study period, we did not observe seismicity in the ACA zone ( Núñez‐Cornú et al. , 2002 ) and the region of Islas Marias and Sierra de Cleofas ( Tinoco‐Villa, 2015 ). Other...
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TS11 seismic profile. (a) Migrated seismic line, (b) zone I, (c) zone II, a...
Published: 03 April 2019
Figure 5. TS11 seismic profile. (a) Migrated seismic line, (b) zone I, (c) zone II, and (d) zone III. JB, Jalisco block; RP, Rivera plate; SC, Sierra de Cleofas; TB, TsuJal basin; TMB, Tres Marías basin; TMF, Tres Marías fault.
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Tectonic framework of western Mexico: Rivera and Cocos plates subducting be...
Published: 07 February 2018
Figure 2. Tectonic framework of western Mexico: Rivera and Cocos plates subducting beneath the North American plate and transform faults zones associated with spreading. SBF, San Blas fault (proposed); IME, Islas Marías Escarpment; SC, Sierra de Cleofas; BC, Banderas Canyon; IC, Ipala Canyon; BFB
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Mapping the seafloor: bathymetry from the study area. Bathymetric data obta...
Published: 03 April 2019
lineaments. (b) Slope map; on the continental slope, the average slope is ∼ 20 ° . (c) Hillshade map with the main structures interpreted. CC, Cocodrilo Canyon; SC, Sierra de Cleofas; TB, TsuJal basin; TMB, Tres Marías basin.
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Tectonic framework of western Mexico: Rivera and Cocos plates subducting be...
Published: 07 August 2019
(proposed); SC, Sierra de Cleofas; SPL, San Pedro Lagunillas; TF, Tamazula fault. Modified from Núñez‐Cornú et al. (2018) . (Inset) Location map of the study area within the North American continent.
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(a) Tectonic framework of the western Mexico region (modified from  Núñez‐C...
Published: 03 April 2019
and Suárez, 2011 ). SC, Sierra de Cleofas; TMB, Tres Marías basin.
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(a)  P ‐wave velocity model of the RTSIM03 seismic profile across southern ...
Published: 16 December 2015
. The blue dashed lines delimit the slab; SC is the Sierra de Cleofas. (b) Ray tracing corresponding to velocity model with velocities in kilometers per second with seismic stations on the top (OBS14, OBS15, OBS16, CORJ, D001, ALGJ, YETJ, and D002). Dashed lines overlapped with continuous lines represent