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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/09 Transverse Ranges http://www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/geotour
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5/7/09 Channel Islands San Miguel, Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz and Anacapa Islands are the channel islands part of the transverse ranges They are a
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5/7/09 Earthquakes During earthquakes the grounds can liquefy because they are made of sediments. This was seen in the Northridge earthquake in 1994. Areas in yellow show potential areas that can liquefy. The dark line is the San Andreas Fault. The red area is where potential landslides can occur. http://www.consrv.ca.gov/cg s/geologic_hazards/earthqu akes/Pages/3d_snaps.aspx
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5/7/09 Faults The transverse ranges contain mainly reverse faults The red line indicates the san Andres fault which is a strike-slip fault
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Valleys There are several valleys in the transverse ranges. They typically are made of sedimentary rocks, which can come from the surrounding mountains or from waterways. Much of the sediments
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