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  • Title: Thrust-induced collapse of mountains -- an example from the "Big Bend" region of the San Andreas fault, western Transverse Ranges, California
  • Author(s): Kellogg, K.S.
  • Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey
  • Series and Number: Scientific Investigations Report SIR-2004-5206
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Map Scale: 1:188,700
  • Cross Section: None
  • North Latitude: 34° 52' 30" N (34.8750)
  • South Latitude: 34° 44' 11" N (34.7364)
  • East Longitude: 118° 57' 33" W (-118.9592)
  • West Longitude: 119° 15' 0" W (-119.2500)
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