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Paleomagnetic and geochronologic data from mafic intrusive rocks, inferred to contain magnetizations of early Late Cretaceous age, and upper Tertiary volcanic rocks, all part of the upper plate of the Silver Peak extensional complex in the southern Silver Peak Range, add to the growing body of results suggesting that Neogene displacement transfer within the central Walker Lane involved components of modest magnitude crustal tilting and, at least locally, rotation of structural blocks. Mesozoic intrusions and upper Tertiary volcanic rocks yield paleomagnetic data that are discordant to expected field directions. The data from 49 accepted sites in mafic dikes that cut...

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