Basin and Range

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  • This process continues into the present and is thought to be responsible for creating the Basin and Range province.
  • Only a small part of the Basin and Range province is drained to the sea.
  • However, plate movement alone does not account for the high elevation of the Basin and Range region.
  • It is located in the Basin and Range province.
  • The Basin and Range province is a region of east-west crustal extension.
  • The area is the northwestern corner of North America's continental basin and range country.
  • It is part of the Basin and Range Province.
  • Death Valley is one of the best geological examples of a basin and range configuration.
  • Most examples come from areas of active continental rifting such as the Basin and Range province.
  • The majority of Nevada is described as the Basin and Range region.
  • The range is a small northeast trending range typical of the Basin and Range province.
  • Slab gap has also been used to help explain the earlier creation of the Basin and Range Province.
  • Evidence exists to suggest that extension initially began in the southern Basin and Range and propagated north over time.
  • The range is part of the Basin and Range Province, at the western end of the Great Basin.
  • The earthquake was located near the southern end of the extensional Basin and Range Province.
  • In this area the Sierra Madre begin to give way to the basin and range province.
  • The majority of major faults in the Basin and Range province dip to the west.
  • Arizona belongs firmly within the Basin and Range region of North America.
  • The broad fault-block mountain is characteristic of the basin and range plate tectonics of the high desert.
  • It is native to the western United States where it occurs in mountainous areas along the Basin and Range Province.
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