KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Open File Reports
Basin and Range faulting
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CitationGootee, B.F., 2011, The Little Chino Fault, Central Arizona - Video. Arizona Geological Survey Open File Report, OFR-11-09, 6-minute video. This video is online at the Arizona Geological Survey's azgs web's YouTube channel. http://www.youtube.com/user/azgsweb
PublisherArizona Geological Survey (Tucson, AZ)
DescriptionThis six minute video, filmed on location in the Chino Valley, describes the geometry and timing of fault activity on the Little Chino Fault. This is an active fault with a moderate recurrence rate on the order of tens of thousands of years and capable of yielding earthquakes of magnitude 6 to 6.5. It presents a hazard to residents of Chino Valley and nearby Prescott, Arizona.
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North Bounding Coordinate34.8863
South Bounding Coordinate34.7578
West Bounding Coordinate-112.53
East Bounding Coordinate-112.407
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