332 Lab 10

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  • Amy, L.A., Talling, P.J., 2006. Anatomy of turbidites and linked debrites based on long distance (120 · 30 km) bed correlation, Marnoso Arenacea Formation, Northern Apennines, Italy: Sedimentology, v. 53, p. 161-212.
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  • Fukuma, K., 1998. Origin and applications of whole-core magnetic susceptibility of sediments and volcanic rocks from Leg 152. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program: Scientific Results, v. 152, p. 271-280.
  • Goldfinger, C., Nelson, C.H., Johnson, J.E., 2003. Holocene Earthquake Records From the Cascadia Subduction Zone and Northern San Andreas Fault Based on Precise Dating of Offshore Turbidites: Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, v. 31, p. 555-577.
  • Goldfinger, C., Nelson, C.H., Morey, A., Johnson, J.E., Gutierrez-Pastor, J., Eriksson, A.T., Karabanov, E., Patton, J., Gràcia, E., Enkin, R., Dallimore, A., Dunhill, G., and Vallier, T., 2012. Turbidite Event History: Methods and Implications for Holocene Paleoseismicity of the Cascadia Subduction Zone, USGS Professional Paper # 178. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA.
    Goldfinger, C., Morey, A., Black, B., Patton, J.R., 2013. Spatially Limited Mud Turbidites on the Cascadia Margin: Segmented Earthquake Ruptures: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, v. 13, p. 2,109-2,146.
  • Hagstrum, J.T., Atwater, B.F., Sherrod, B.L., 2004. Paleomagnetic correlation of late Holocene earthquakes among estuaries in Washington and Oregon: Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, v. 5, Q10001, doi: 10.1029/2004GC000736
  • Karlin, R.E., Holmes, M., Abella, S.E.B., Sylwester, R., 2004. Holocene landslides and a 3500-year record of Pacific Northwest earthquakes from sediments in Lake Washington: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 116, p. 94-108.
  • Karlin, R., Seitz, G., 2007. A Basin Wide Record of Earthquakes at Lake Tahoe: Validation of the Earthquake Induced Turbidite Model with Sediment Core Analysis: Collaborative Research with UNR and SDSU, Final Technical Report for 07HQGR0014 and 07HQGR0008, U.S.G.S National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program.
  • Kneller, B. C., and McCaffrey, W. D., 2003, The Interpretation of Vertical Sequences in Turbidite Beds: The Influence of Longitudinal Flow Structure: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 73, no. 5, p. 706-713.
  • Lovlie, R., Van Veen, P., 1995. Magnetic susceptibility of a 180 m sediment core: reliability of incremental sampling and evidence for a relationship between susceptibility and gamma activity, in: Turner, P., Turner, A. (Eds.), Palaeomagnetic applications in hydrocarbon exploration and production: Geological Society, London, Special Publication, v. 98, p. 259-266.
  • Major, C. O., Pirmez, C., Goldberg, D., and Party, L. S., 1998. High-resolution core-log integration techniques: examples from the Ocean Drilling Program, in Harvey, P. K., and Lovell, M. A., eds., Core-Log Integration: London, England, Geological Society Special Publication 136, p. 285-295.
  • Patton, J. R., Goldfinger, C., Morey, A. E., Romsos, C., Black, B., Djadjadihardja, Y., Udrekh, 2013, Seismoturbidite Record as Preserved at Core Sites at the Cascadia and Sumatra-Andaman Subduction Zones: : The Offshore Search of Large Holocene Earthquakes: Obergurgl, Austria, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 13, 833-867.
  • Patton, J. R., Goldfinger, C., Morey, A. E., Ikehara, K., Romsos, C., Stoner, J., Djadjadihardja, Y., Udrekh, Ardhyastuti, S., Gaffar, E.Z., and Viscaino, A. 2015. A 6500 year earthquake history in the region of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman subduction zone Earthquake, Geosphere, vol. 11, doi:10.1130/GES01066.1.
  • Prell, W.L., Imbrie, J., Martinson, D.G., Morley, J.J., Pisias, N.G., Shackleton, N.J., Streeter, H.F., 1986. Graphic Correlation Of Oxygen Isotope Stratigraphy Application To The Late Quaternary: Paleoceanography, v. 1, p. 137-162.
  • St-Onge, G., Mulder, T., Piper, D.J.W., Hillaire-Marcel, C., Stoner, J.S., 2004. Earthquake and flood-induced turbidites in the Saguenay Fjord (Québec): a Holocene paleoseismicity record: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 23, p. 283-294.
  • Tearpock, D. J., and Bischke, R. E., 2002. Applied subsurface geological mapping, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 864 p.
  • Thompson, R., and Morton, D. J., 1979. Magnetic Susceptibility and Particle-Size Distribution in Recent Sediments of the Loch Lomond Drainage Basin, Scotland: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 49, no. 3, p. 801-812.
  • Waldmann, N., Anselmetti, F.S., Ariztegui, D., Austin Jr., J.A., Pirouz, M., Moy, C.M., Dunbar, R.B., 2011. Holocene mass-wasting events in Lago Fagnano, Tierra del Fuego (54˚S): implications for paleoseismicity of the Magallanes-Fagnano transform fault: Basin Research, v. 23, p. 171-190.

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