Roadblocks and speed limits: Geoscientists study Alaska's Denali fault

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 - 16:03 in Earth & Climate

The 1,200-mile-long Denali Fault stretches in an upward arc from southwestern Alaska and the Bering Sea eastward to western Canada's Yukon Territory and British Columbia. The long-lived and active strike-slip fault system, which slices through Denali National Park and Preserve, is responsible for the formation of the Alaska Range.

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