Paleoseismic Investigation on the Salt Lake City Segment of the Wasatch Fault Zone at the South Fork Dry Creek and Dry Gulch Sites, Salt Lake County, Utah
Utah Geological Survey, Jan 1, 1996 - Faults (Geology) - 22 pages
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15 percent fines 30 percent gravel 50 percent sand antithetic fault beneath unit cal B.P. clast size 50 colluvial wedge unit dark grayish brown DEBRIS FLOW matrix displaced Dry Gulch excavated fault S-l FAULT-SCARP COLLUVIUM figure FLOW matrix supported Fork Dry Creek FORMED ON UNIT graben gravel SM grayish brown 10YR horizon buried HORIZON FORMED horizon paleosol Lake Bonneville Little Cottonwood Canyon low dry strength low to medium low toughness maximum clast maximum clast size medium dry strength meters nonstratified NVTD Paleoseismology of Utah Paleosol A horizon paleosol S2 plate 1G plate IE poorly stratified radiocarbon dating rapid dilatancy Salt Lake City Salt Lake Valley samples sand with gravel scarp S-5 Silty sand SLC segment SOIL A HORIZON South Fork Dry subangular to subrounded surface-faulting earthquakes test pit top of unit trench DC-1 upper 5 centimeters Wasatch fault zone Wasatch Range Well-graded sand yellowish brown 10YR