The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collected high-resolution seismic-reflection profiles in June 2011, between Oceanside and La Jolla, southern California. The survey was designed to image faults and folds associated with movement on the numerous faults offshore southern California, including the Newport-Inglewood, Coronado Bank, San Diego Trough, and several other unnamed fault zones. This data can be used to update the USGS Quaternary fault database and in shaking hazard models developed by the Working Group for California Earthquake probabilities. This work was funded by the USGS Coastal and Marine Catastrophic Hazards Project. Data were collected aboard the USGS R/V Parke Snavely. Approximately 487 km of single-channel seismic-reflection data were acquired, mainly using a SIG 2mille minisparker [DOI:10.5066/F7QN64W8]. About 434 km of data were collected using an EdgeTech 512 Chirp. Subbottom acoustic penetration spanned tens to about 50 meters, variable by location. This dataset also includes navigation files of the surveyed transects. The images of bedrock, sediment deposits and tectonic structure provide geologic information that is essential to hazard assessment, regional sediment management and coastal and marine spatial planning at Federal, State and local levels, as well as to future research on the geomorphic, sedimentary, tectonic and climatic record of Southern California.
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Use_Constraints:USGS-authored or produced data and information are in the public domain from the U.S. Government and are freely redistributable with proper metadata and source attribution. Please recognize and acknowledge the U.S. Geological Survey as the originator(s) of the dataset and in products derived from these data. Any use of trade, firm, or product names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. This information is not intended for navigational purposes.
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|Data format:||Zip file contains the raw and processed seismic data per navigation line in format SEG-Y (version SEG-Y rev 1) Size: 39318|