By William R. Dickinson, Mihai Ducea, Lewis I. Rosenberg, H. Gary Greene, Stephan A. Graham, Joseph C. Clark, Gerald E. Weber, Steven Kidder, W. Gary Ernst, Earl E. Brabb
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2004) does not require deposition of those strata on the Salinian block itself. Gualala Block Slip Figure 13 illustrates a history of fault kinematics that allows for separation of the Gualala block from the Salinian block along the offshore Gualala fault during early phases of displacement along the San Gregorio–Hosgri fault. Reconstructing the pattern of fault movements through time is complicated because of the fact that the juncture of the San Gregorio–Hosgri fault slips progressively to the northwest along the San Andreas fault as displacements on the two faults proceed (Fig.
The northern end of the Salinian block might have slipped past the Gualala block at any time during late Miocene time when some fraction of San Andreas transform displacement was partitioned westward from the master fault trace lying east of the Gualala block to the offshore Gualala strand of the San Andreas system lying west of the Gualala block (Fig. 13A–B). To avoid restoration of the Gualala block to an unattractive position west of the segment of the Salinian block exposed on the San Francisco Peninsula, essentially all net San Gregorio–Hosgri slip not incorporated into the restorations of Figure 13 must have continued northward as Gualala fault slip.
15), which largely reflect initial depositional variability. Santa Lucia Transpression Tectonic treatment of the Santa Lucia Range as a rigid block between the Rinconada and San Gregorio–Hosgri faults is unsatisfactory because intense Pliocene–Pleistocene deformation of the range interior involved shortening by basement-cored or Franciscan-cored folds and associated reverse faults (Compton, 1966; Namson and Davis, 1990). The trends of folds and faults within the Santa Lucia Range lie oblique to the trend of the Rinconada fault (Figs.
Net Dextral Slip, Neogene San Gregorio–Hosgri Fault Zone, Coastal California: Geologic Evidence and Tectonic Implications (GSA Special Paper 391) by William R. Dickinson, Mihai Ducea, Lewis I. Rosenberg, H. Gary Greene, Stephan A. Graham, Joseph C. Clark, Gerald E. Weber, Steven Kidder, W. Gary Ernst, Earl E. Brabb