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California Geologic Regions and Hazards Presentation DAY Today we will learn about provinces that make up the north and south part of the state We will start in the south and finish in the north Let’s begin Name of Province: Transverse Range •Color in province •Put color in legend •Write province name in legend Transverse Range Transverse Ranges N W E S Description of Province: The Transverse Ranges are a steep eastwest trending series of mountain ranges Transverse Ranges Intense folding of the petroleum rich sedimentary rock makes this an important oil producing area Transverse Ranges The Transverse Ranges extend to the Pacific Ocean Transverse Ranges The Transverse Ranges also include the island group of San Miguel, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cruz islands What geologic hazards would you expect to find in this province? Hazards: • Earthquakes • Landslides • Floods Along the Coast: •Coastal Erosion •Tsunamis Specific Event: Earthquake Santa Barbara 1925, June Magnitude 6.3 13 dead; $8 million in property damage Specific Event: Landslide at La Conchita January 10, 2005 Destroyed or seriously damaged 36 houses and killed 10 people Add the symbols of the hazards to your map Transverse Ranges Name of Province: Peninsular Ranges •Color in province •Put color in legend •Write province name in legend Peninsular Ranges Peninsular Ranges Description of Province: The Peninsular Ranges are a series of northwest trending ranges that are parallel to the San Andreas Fault Zone Peninsular Ranges Like the Sierra Nevada, the Peninsular Ranges are composed of granite (once magma) intruded into older metamorphic rocks Peninsular Ranges Peninsular Ranges Los Angeles is located in the Peninsular Ranges Peninsular Ranges The Peninsular Range also includes the island group of Santa Catalina, Santa Barbara, San Clemente and San Nicolas islands What geologic hazards would you expect to find in this province? Hazards: •Floods •Landslides •Earthquakes Along the Coast: •Coastal Erosion •Tsunamis Northridge Earthquake 01/17/1994 Magnitude 6.7 57-Dead 1500-Seriously Injured $15 Billion in Damage Specific Event Specific Event: Floods in Southern California 1995 11 Dead; $1.34 Billion in Damages Add the symbols of the hazards to your map Peninsula Ranges [...]... granite (once magma) intruded into older metamorphic rocks Peninsular Ranges Peninsular Ranges Los Angeles is located in the Peninsular Ranges Peninsular Ranges The Peninsular Range also includes the island group of Santa Catalina, Santa Barbara, San Clemente and San Nicolas islands What geologic hazards would you expect to find in this province? Hazards: •Floods •Landslides •Earthquakes Along the... •Earthquakes Along the Coast: •Coastal Erosion •Tsunamis Northridge Earthquake 01/17/1994 Magnitude 6.7 57-Dead 1500-Seriously Injured $15 Billion in Damage Specific Event Specific Event: Floods in Southern California 1995 11 Dead; $1.34 Billion in Damages Add the symbols of the hazards to your map Peninsula Ranges
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