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Structure and Neotectonic Evolution of Northern Owens Valley and the Volcanic Tableland, California

The papers in this special issue originated as part of the GSA Field Forum titled Structure and Neotectonic Evolution of Northern Owens Valley and the Volcanic Tableland, California, convened by David A. Ferrill, Southwest Research Institute, Alan P. Morris, Southwest Research Institute, and Nancye H. Dawers, Tulane University. The most recent papers can be found at the top.

Cynthia L. Dinwiddie, Kelly Keighley Bradbury, Ronald N. McGinnis, David E. Stillman, and David A. Ferrill
Lithosphere, 2012, v. 4, p. 44-62.
Hydrogeologic heterogeneity of faulted and fractured Glass Mountain bedded tuffaceous sediments and ash-fall deposits: The Crucifix site near Bishop, California

Fred M. Phillips and Lisa Majkowski
Lithosphere, 2011, v. 3, p. 22-36.
The role of low-angle normal faulting in active tectonics of the northern Owens Valley, California

Colin B. Amos, Keith I. Kelson, Dylan H. Rood, David T. Simpson, and Ronn S. Rose
Lithosphere, 2010, v. 2, p. 411-417.
Late Quaternary slip rate on the Kern Canyon fault at Soda Spring, Tulare County, California

R.N. McGinnis, A.P. Morris, D.A. Ferrill, and C.L. Dinwiddie
Lithosphere, 2009, v. 1, p. 291-304.
Deformation analysis of tuffaceous sediments in the Volcanic Tableland near Bishop, California
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