Abstract

The Toroweap and Hurricane faults and a subsidiary fault in the western Grand Canyon exhibit evidence of Holocene movement. This evidence includes scarps in alluvium and sediments ponded against a fault on the downthrown block. These displacements are the latest in a well-exposed record of recurrent movements along the major faults in the region.

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