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GSA Field Guide 9: Floods, Faults, and Fire: Geological Field Trips in Washington State and Southwest British Columbia
The mid-Cretaceous San Juan Islands-northwest Cascades thrust system is made up of six or more nappes that are a few kilometers or less thick, up to one hundred kilometers in breadth, and that were derived from previously accreted Paleozoic and Mesozoic terranes. This fi eld trip addresses many questions regarding the tectonic evolution of this structural complex, including the homeland of the terranes and the process of post-accretionary dispersal that brought them together, how thrusting indoi:10.1130/2007.fld009(08) fatcat:zdpcpunlojecff2eh4cr2zuubu