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  1. ... -ductile transition of ~22 km. Because diurnal stressing was important when Triton began to circularize its orbit (not too long after capture) and crater density indicates the surface is young, capture must be relatively recent (i.e., within the last billion years) if diurnal stresses are an important ...
  2. ... Lost River fault. Holocene basalts, some about 2,100 years old, crop out along the southeastern edge of the quadrangle. The Great Rift Zone of the Craters of the Moon National Monument extends NNW into the area. 2004 Denver Annual Meeting (November 710, 2004) General Information for this Meeting Session ...

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