Abstract

A paleomagnetic analysis of units of Devonian to Triassic age within the Redding section of the eastern Klamath Mountains indicates clockwise rotation of 83°–116° with respect to stable North America. In the kinematic model presented here, shear zones within the Franciscan Complex, with separation antithetic to the San Andreas, are used to effect this rotation.

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