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However, in order to migrate, a melt must overcome various resistive forces. The most significant is the melt’s own viscosity and the size and shape of the pathways available to it. The dominant factor that controls magma viscosity is its chemical composition and in particular its silica content. The viscosity of dry silicate magma is about 10–100 pascal seconds for basalt magma (low silica content), 300–10 000 pascal seconds for andesite magma and 20 Megapascal seconds for rhyolite magma (high silica content).
12 Global distribution of transform plate boundaries (after Hamblin and Christiansen, 2001). , Upper Saddle River, NJ However, significant vertical movement associated with transpression and thrusting have also occurred. This has resulted from a change in plate motions about 6 to 7 million years ago. The mountains that form the Southern Alps, which rise to over 3500 m, are a result of this. e. crystals aligned in a preferred orientation) caused by the shearing motion of the faults. Fault breccias and fine-grained mylonite are created.
Throughout California it is marked by sharp linear landforms, including straight narrow valleys, linear ridges and offset drainage patterns. The Pacific plate is moving north-westward at about 6 cm/yr relative to the North American Plate along the San Andreas fault. As a result, earthquakes occur along its entire length. These are relatively shallow focus earthquakes (up to 15 km deep). 4 m. Over the 30 million years that it has existed, the horizontal movement along the San Andreas fault has totalled about 300 km.