Portland State University. Department of Earth Sciences
Ansel G. Johnson
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Geology
Structural Geology, Southern Oregon, Volcanic Rocks
1 online resource (85 p.)
Four geophysical methods, along with well logs and outcrop data, were used in determining the location of a fault situated on the campus of Oregon Institute of Technology, just north of Klamath Falls, Oregon. The fault displaces rocks of the Yonna Formation, of Pliocene age. Wells located northeast of the fault (on the upthrown side) produce cold water, and wells located southwest of the fault (on the downthrown side) produce hot water. The purpose of this investigation was to define the characteristics of the fault exposed behind a large water tank southeast of the OIT campus.
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Veen, Cynthis Ann, "A geophysical definition of a Klamath Falls graben fault" (1979). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2952.