This dataset covers a site near the southern extent of the 16 December 1954 M 6.8 Dixie Valley earthquake rupture in central Nevada, United States. At this site, a nearly linear debris flow chute that drains the Stillwater Range front on to a shallowly sloping alluvial fan is offset by both synthetic and antithetic fault scarps that together form an intervening graben. Vegetation classification was performed manually in an immersive 3D virtual reality CAVE. This dataset includes intensity-scaled point-coloring. Surveyor: Peter Gold
Dataset Acknowledgement: Data acquisition was supported by the UC Davis Department of Geology Durrell Fund and by a Geological Society of America Graduate Student grant (awarded to P.O. Gold).
Dataset Citation: Dixie Valley Fault Rupture Terrestrial Laser Scanning Dataset-Site 2. Distributed by OpenTopography. https://doi.org/10.5069/G95H7D6Z . Accessed: 2023-03-27
Use License: Not Provided
Dataset Keywords: Nevada, Dixie Valley fault, TLS, terrestrial laser scanning, lidar, slip vector, low angle normal fault