The Ulakhan Fault is a left-lateral moving transform fault that runs along the boundary between two tectonic plates in northeast Asia, the North American Plate, and the Okhotsk Plate. It runs from a triple junction in the Chersky Range in the west, to another triple junction with the Aleutian Trench and the Kuril Trench in the east.
- International Seismic-Volcanic Workshop on Kamchatkan-Aleutian Subduction Processes (KASP), Fourth Workshop, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky August 21-27, 2004
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