Session No. 161 Thursday, November 8, 2001

8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Hynes Convention Center: Hall D
Structural Geology II/Tectonics/Neotectonics (Posters)
 Paper #Booth #
161-0101SYNOROGENIC SEDIMENTATION ALONG THE ARCWARD MARGIN OF A MESOZOIC FOREARC BASIN, NAKNEK FORMATION, TALKEETNA MOUNTAINS, ALASKA: SZUCH, Darren and TROP, Jeffrey M., Dept. of Geology, Bucknell Univ, Lewisburg, PA 17837, szuch@bucknell.edu
161-0102JURASSIC-CRETACEOUS BASIN DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURAL CONFIGURATION, ALASKA RANGE SUTURE ZONE: EASTHAM, K. R., Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Purdue Univ, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1397, easthamk@purdue.edu and RIDGWAY, K. D., Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Purdue Univ, 1397 Civil Engineering Bldg, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1397
161-0103OLIGOCENE TRANSPRESSIONAL STRIKE-SLIP BASIN DEVELOPMENT AND SEDIMENTATION ALONG THE DENALI FAULT SYSTEM, COLORADO CREEK BASIN, ALASKA RANGE: TROP, Jeffrey M., Dept. of Geology, Bucknell Univ, Lewisburg, PA 17837, jtrop@bucknell.edu, RIDGWAY, Kenneth D., Dept. of Earth and Atmos. Sciences, Purdue Univ, West Lafayette, IN 47907, and SWEET, Arthur R., Geol Survey of Canada, Calgary, AB T2L 2A7, Canada
161-0104AN ANALYSIS OF FAULT SYSTEMS IN AN EXPERIMENTAL STRATIGRAPHIC BASIN, WITH A COMPARISON TO THE MID-CONTINENT RIFT SYSTEM: ORMAND, Carol J. and OLSON, Pam A., Dept. of Geology, St. Norbert College, 100 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115, carol.ormand@snc.edu
161-0105PALEOTECTONIC RECONSTRUCTIONS OF TERTIARY EXTENSION IN SOUTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA: DEMBOSKY, John A., 1366 Grove Chapel Rd, Indiana, PA 15701-7123, jxdst2@imap.pitt.edu and ANDERSON, Thomas H., Univ Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, 321 Old Engineering Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15260-3303
161-0106TERTIARY FAULTING AND ITS RELATION TO BASIN ARCHITECTURE IN THE UPPER ARKANSAS BASIN, NORTHERN RIO GRANDE RIFT: DENESHA, C. V., HUBBARD, M. S., and OVIATT, C. G., Department of Geology, Kansas State Univ, Manhattan, KS 66506, cvd8884@ksu.edu
161-0107CHARACTERISTICS OF SEDIMENTARY BASINS FORMED ABOVE LOW-ANGLE DETACHMENT FAULTS: EXAMPLES FROM THE BASIN AND RANGE PROVINCE, WESTERN U.S.: MARTINEZ, Cynthia M., Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford Univ, Building 320, Stanford, CA 94305-2115, martinez@pangea.stanford.edu.
161-0108COMBINED EXTENSIONAL-DETACHMENT AND SALT TECTONICS FORM AN ATYPICAL EXTENSIONAL BASIN, SEVIER VALLEY, UTAH: CLINE, Eric J. and BARTLEY, John M., Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Utah, 135 South 1460 East #719, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0111, ecline@mines.utah.edu
161-0109NEOTECTONICS OF THE ALASKA RANGE FORELAND BASIN, SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA: LESH, M. E.1, RIDGWAY, K. D.1, and WHITE, J. M.2, (1) Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Purdue Univ, 1397 Civil Engineering Bldg, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1397, leshm@purdue.edu, (2) Geol Society of Canada, Calgary, AB T2L 2A7J, Canada
161-0110PALEOMAGNETIC CONSTRAINTS ON THE STRATIGRAPHIC AND TECTONIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE BLACK MTNS. ACCOMMODATION ZONE IN THE GRASSHOPPER JUNCTION-WESTERN CERBAT MTN. REGION, AZ: VARGA, Robert J.1, MYERS, Elizabeth1, BIGA, Jason1, HAVERKAMP, Frits1, FAULDS, James E.2, and SNEE, Larry3, (1) Department of Geology, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH 44691, rvarga@wooster.edu, (2) Nevada Bureau Mines & Geology, MS 178, Reno, NV 89557-0088, (3) U.S. Geol Survey, Denver, CO
161-01113D EARTHQUAKE SOURCES IN THE LOS ANGELES BASIN, CA: PLESCH, Andreas, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Harvard Univ, 20 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138, andreas_plesch@harvard.edu and SHAW, John H., Harvard Univ, 20 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138-2902
161-0112SEISMICITY IN DISTINCT-ELEMENT MODELS OF THRUST AND NORMAL FAULTS: STRAYER, Luther M., Geological Sciences, California State University, Hayward, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, CA 94542, lstrayer@csuhayward.edu.
161-0113SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP OF STRONG SEISMIC SOURCES TO HOTSPOT TRACKS IN THE EASTERN NORTH AMERICAN PLATE: COX, Randel Tom and HALL, J. Luke, Geological Sciences, Univ of Memphis, 402 Smith Bldg, Memphis, TN 38152, randycox@memphis.edu
161-0114LATE PLEISTOCENE FAULTING IN A TRANSTENSIONAL TRANSFER ZONE, HELLS CANYON, OREGON-IDAHO BORDER: ESSMAN, Jim E., Department of Geosciences, Oregon State Univ, 36742 Stacey Gateway Rd, Pleasant Hill, OR 97455, essmanj@geo.orst.edu, MEIGS, Andrew, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State Univ, Department of Geosciences, 104 Wilkinson Hall, Oregon State Univesity, Corvallis, OR 97331, and MADIN, Ian P., Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, 800 NE Oregon Street #28, Suite 965, Portland, OR 97232
161-0115A NEW FAMILY OF QUATERNARY FAULTS EXTENDING THROUGH EL PASO, TX.; CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO; AND SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO: GOODELL, Philip, Geological Sciences, Univ of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX 79968, goodell@geo.utep.edu, QUESADA, Oscar, Anadarko Petroleum, Inc, Houston, TX, and COUROUX, Emile, Hydrometrics Inc, 2301 W. Paisano, El Paso, TX 79922
161-0116SECONDARY DEFORMATION ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVE BASEMENT-INVOLVED FOLDING; LATE QUATERNARY FLEXURAL-SLIP FAULTING AND KINK-BAND MIGRATION, SIERRA DE VILLICUM, SAN JUAN, ARGENTINA: KRUGH, William C., Geosciences, Oregon State Univ, 104 Wilkinson Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331, krughc@geo.orst.edu and MEIGS, Andrew, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State Univ, Department of Geosciences, 104 Wilkinson Hall, Oregon State Univesity, Corvallis, OR 97331
161-0117QUATERNARY FAULTING IN MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE: YATES, Rhonda M.1, VAN ARSDALE, Roy B.1, and HARRIS, James B.2, (1) Geological Sciences, Univ of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152, rmyates@memphis.edu, (2) Department of Geology, Millsaps College, Jackson, MS 39210
161-0118A NEW METHOD FOR LOCATING POSSIBLE ACTIVE FAULTS BENEATH PLEISTOCENE SEDIMENTS OF THE LOWER ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN, SOUTHEASTERN USA: BARTHOLOMEW, Mervin J., Earth Sci. & Res. Institute, School of the Environment, Univ of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, jbarth@esri.esri.sc.edu and RICH, Fredrick J., Department of Geology and Geography, Georgia Southern Univ, P.O. Box 8149, Statesboro, GA 30460
161-0119CONTINUATION OF MAIN RECENT FAULT TREND IN THE 32 TO 33N IN THE ZAGROS BELT (IRAN): JAHANI, Salman, Ghods Niroo Consulting Engineers, NO. 98, Ostad Motahari Ave, Tehran, 15664, Iran, sjahani@ghods-niroo.com and NOGOAL SADAT, Mir Ali Akbar, No.14, Ahmadpour St. Darakeh, Tehran, 19841, Iran
161-0120TOWARD A DETERMINATION OF STEADY STATE VS. EPISODIC PROCESSES IN GEOMORPHOLOGY USING AMS: SCHOONOVER, Mark, Geology, Northwestern Univ, Evanston, IL 60202, bearcats7@aol.com, WEBER, John, Geology, Grand Valley State Univ, 125 Padnos, Allendale, MI 49401-9403, weberj@gvsu.edu, ELMORE, David, Physics, Purdue Univ, IN, GRANGER, Darryl, and SHARMA, Pankaj, PRIME Lab, Physics Department, Purdue Univ, 1396 Physics Building, West Lafayette, IN 47907
161-0121SEASONALLY FROZEN GROUND AND PALEOLIQUEFACTION; AN ALASKAN ANALOG FOR ENIGMATIC STRUCTURES IN NEW ENGLAND: THORSON, Robert M., Univ Connecticut, 354 Mansfield Rd Unit U-45, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06269-2045, thorson@geol.uconn.edu.
161-0122PRELIMINARY STUDY OF MARINE TERRACES AND ITS APPLICATION TO ACTIVE TECTONIC EVENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN KOREA: CHOI, Sung-Ja, Division of Geology, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Rscs, Taejon, 305-350, Korea, sjchoi@kigam.re.kr and MERRITTS, Dorothy, Geosciences Department, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster PA 17604-3003, Lancaster, PA
161-0123THE ANALYSIS AND TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS OF A PREVIOUSLY UNDESCRIBED NEOGENE UNIT NEAR DIXON SPRINGS, ILLINOIS: ANGLEN, Brandy L., Geological Sciences, Indiana Univ, 1001 East 10th, Bloomington, IN 47405-1405, brandyanglen@yahoo.com, STAUB, James R., Southern Illinois Univ, 1259 Lincoln Dr, Carbondale, IL 62901-4324, GLASS, H. D., Illinois State Geol Survey, 615 E. Peobody, Champaign, IL 61820, and NELSON, W. John, Illinois State Geol Survey, 615 E. Peabody Dr, Champaign, IL 61820
161-0124TIMING OF DIAPIR GROWTH AND CAP ROCK FORMATION, DAVIS HILL SALT DOME, COASTAL TEXAS: MUZAFFAR, Asif, Department of Geological Sciences, Univ Texas - Austin, C1140, Austin, TX 78712-1101, amuzaffar@mail.utexas.edu, KYLE, Richard, J., Department of Geological Sciences, Univ Texas - Austin, Austin, TX 78712, and VENDEVILLE, Bruno C., Bureau of Econonmic Geology, Univ Texas - Austin, PO Box X, Austin, TX 78713-8924
161-0125TRACING DEEP STRUCTURE: FRACTURE ANALYSIS IN THE FINGER LAKE REGION OF THE APPALACHIAN PLATEAU, NYS: LUGERT, Courtney M., JACOBI, Robert D, WEHN, Karen S., and FOUNTAIN, John, Geology, UB Rock Fracture Group, SUNY at Buffalo, 876 NSC, Buffalo, NY 14260, rdjacobi@acsu.buffalo.edu
161-0126INTEGRATING LASER SCANNING AND 3D VISUALIZATION FOR SEMI-AUTOMATED FRACTURE DETECTION AND ANALYSIS: AHLGREN, Stephen1, HOLMLUND, Jim1, NICOLI, Joe1, and GRIFFITHS, Paul2, (1) Geo-Map Inc, 3323 N. Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85719, steveahlgren@hotmail.com, (2) Midland Valley, 14 Park Circus, Glasgow, G3 6AX, United Kingdom
161-0127A SIMPLE METHOD FOR ORIENTING DRILL CORE BY CORRELATING FEATURES IN WHOLE-CORE SCANS AND ORIENTED BOREHOLE-WALL IMAGERY: PAULSEN, Timothy, Department of Geology, Univ of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 800 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI 54901, paulsen@uwosh.edu, JARRARD, Richard, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Utah, 135 S. 1460 E., Rm. 719, Salt Lake City, UT 84112, and WILSON, Terry, Byrd Polar Research Center and Dept. of Geological Sciences, The Ohio State Univ, 1090 Carmack Road, Columbus, OH 43210
161-0128SCALING RELATIONSHIPS OF FRACTURES ON KILAUEA VOLCANO, HAWAII: LAWLER, Theresa M., Geology, Univ at Buffalo, 6215 Tonawanda Creek Rd, Apt. #20, Lockport, NY 14094, tmlawler@acsu.buffalo.edu.
161-0129STRESS HISTORY OF THE CRUST IN SOUTHEAST ATLA REGIO, VENUS: A TEST OF COLLAPSE CALDERA ELLIPTICITY FOR DETERMINING CRUSTAL STRESS: TEWKSBURY, Carolyn M., Clinton High School, Chenango Avenue, Clinton, NY 13323, KnKethryveris@aol.com.

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