I’ll update this page soon with more resources from the talk, but for now, here’s some of the additional references I used:
- Blakely, Richard J., et al. “Location, structure, and seismicity of the Seattle fault zone, Washington: Evidence from aeromagnetic anomalies, geologic mapping, and seismic-reflection data.” Geological Society of America Bulletin 114.2 (2002): 169-177.
- Haugerud, Ralph. Preliminary Geologic Map of Bainbridge Island, Washington. No. 2005-1387. 2005.
- McLean, Hugh. “Lithofacies of the Blakeley Formation, Kitsap County, Washington: A submarine fan complex?.” Journal of Sedimentary Research 47.1 (1977).
- Prothero, Donald R., and Elizabeth A. Nesbitt. “Paleomagnetism and tectonic rotation of Restoration Point Member of the Blakeley Formation (type Blakeley Stage), Bainbridge Island, Washington, and the Pacific Coast Oligocene-Miocene boundary.” New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 44 (2008): 315-322.
- Wells, Ray, et al. “Geologic history of Siletzia, a large igneous province in the Oregon and Washington Coast Range: Correlation to the geomagnetic polarity time scale and implications for a long-lived Yellowstone hotspot.” Geosphere10.4 (2014): 692-719.
and here’s the old map and some additional references:
I used Washington state’s DNR as the source for a lot of the above (eg https://fortress.wa.gov/dnr/protectiongis/geology/?Theme=wigm). See also: