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The field trip guide describes nine stops that examine the mechanisms and timing of some of the abundant and often gigantic landslides that occur along the Winter Ridge–Slide Mountain escarpment in south-central Oregon. Subsidence of Summer Lake basin, situated in the northwestern Basin and Range province, has exposed a kilometer-thick Neogene sequence of dense volcanic flow rocks overlying very weak tuffaceous sedimentary rocks in the bounding escarpment. Subsidence is accommodated on the 58-km-long Winter Rim fault system, a normal fault which is capable of producing Mw ≈ 7 earthquakes with near-field, maximum horizontal acceleration approaching 1 g on...

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