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Magnitude, timing, and significance of slip on the Waterman Hills detachment fault, central Mojave Desert, California



Magnitude, timing, and significance of slip on the Waterman Hills detachment fault, central Mojave Desert, California



Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 20(7): 382-383




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